The Stretch Therapy™ Podcast

Stretch your body and mind anywhere with the amazing interviews with Kit and Olivia, recorded over the last ten years, contained in our audio wiki.

Featured Episode

The Origins of Stretch Therapy, and Deep Well Being

Dave Wardman interviews Kit, and together they explore the origins of our collective work. Influences include G. Spencer Brown, Anthony Wilden, Alfred Korzybski, the Buddha, and countless students, here and overseas.

Kit talks about how he discovered some of the core techniques of Stretch Therapy (before finding that, of course, he was only re-discovering what others had found!), and Dave asks Kit about some of his major influences in his thinking.

Recent Episodes

Some of the greatest insights happen when you calm down, feel, and listen. We are constantly publishing new audio content to accompany you wherever you go.

Relaxation Audio Recordings

The greatest gift you can give yourself right now is to learn how to relax fully – not as a concept, but as a deeply felt experience. Learning how to relax, and to be able to invoke this state at will, is a habit. Most of us are experts in being tense!


Kit has been recording guided relaxations and lying meditations for many years and in many locations. Similar elements are covered in each of them, but the elements are stressed differently – try them all and find the ones which work best for you.


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Bandar Utama Buddhist Society 2016

"The following is a unique collection of the full audio of four exercises sessions Kit presented at BUBS prior to the 45 minute sitting session. Their focus is the first satipatthana (there are four; the first foundation of mindfulness is the body). Kit approaches all the exercises presented from this perspective, and the cueing includes pointers on what to look for in the mind’s reactions to what is happening in the body – what you find might surprise you. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time recordings of this nature have been made public. Each session is about 90-minutes long."

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