At times, we experience frustration in our work, with ourselves, and our clients when physical symptoms persist despite our best efforts to resolve them. When such symptoms have no obvious medical reason, we call them psychophysiological symptoms. The practice of embodying emotions is a simple body-based, science-backed, and easy-to-learn method that can be an effective complementary method for resolving psychophysiological symptoms in bodywork, energy work, psychological, mindfulness, and spiritual practice settings. What is the practice of embodying emotion? What is the science behind it? In addition to helping to resolve psychophysiological symptoms, how does it help in resolving physical, energetic, emotional, and relational symptoms?; and in improving mindfulness and spiritual practices? The answers to these questions constitute the subject of this short blog.