Season 2, Episode 20: Thoughts on Movement–Les is Interviewed
1 hr 23 min

In this special episode, the tables are turned and Les is being interviewed by his good friend Peter Watts. Together they chat about Les' inquiry into the world of movement.

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Connect with Peter Watts: https://www.thefivearrowsmedia.com

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