Hope Martin

Teacher of the Alexander Technique, Embodied Listening, and meditation, Hope Martin Studio. Teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition.

Teacher of the Alexander Technique, Embodied Listening, and meditation at Hope Martin Studio in New York City and other venues in the U.S. and abroad. She's also a teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition.  


Hope Martin on KCRW

Over 55% of your day is spent listening. Yet only 2% of us have been trained in how to listen. That’s according to Oscar Trimboli, author of “Deep Listening: Impact beyond Words.”

The art, science, and practice of listening well

Over 55% of your day is spent listening. Yet only 2% of us have been trained in how to listen. That’s according to Oscar Trimboli, author of “Deep Listening: Impact beyond Words.”

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