With a playful and curious attitude you will explore tools to: Gain in self-awareness, clarity and focus, uplift your mood, Feel grounded, centered and refreshed in your body Connect to and encourage your body’s natural ability to self-heal and regulate Gain in ease of movement, coordination and flexibility, shake off chronic pains and old tensions recover … [Read more...] about Body-Awareness and Body-Movement Workshop Series
Discover TRE® (Tension, stress and Trauma Release exercises) a unique, efficient tool to stress and pain management that can improve your quality of life and relationships. http://youtu.be/sXtDfViRq6Y Created by Dr. David Berceli, PhD, TRE® safely activates a natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating that releases muscular tension, calming down the nervous … [Read more...] about restore your peace ability (pacing ability) with TRE®
“Trauma is much more than a story about the past that explains why people are frightened, angry or out of control. Trauma is re-experienced in the present, not as a story, but as profoundly disturbing physical sensations and emotions that may not be consciously associated with memories of past trauma. Terror, rage and helplessness are manifested as bodily reactions, like a … [Read more...] about “our deepest wounds surround our greatest gifts”- Ken Page
We are encouraged to perform at a high level, overcome our weaknesses and to achieve with a big “A”. Using our intuition is discouraged and as a result many of us become scared or even ashamed of our pains and tensions. They become obstacles we have to overcome. When we come across people who seem to achieve effortlessly, we naturally start comparing ourselves. Do we want to … [Read more...] about Are you a pusher? Do you choose to live life by the mantra “Go! Go! Go!” and “Do! Do! Do!”?
Work your acupressure point GALL BLADDER 20. Feng Chi, English translation: Wind pool. Why? It is useful for: neck and shoulder tensions migraines headaches eyes and ears problems Where? It is located right at the base of the skull, at the top of the back of the neck, in the soft depressions just lateral to the thick tendons of the trapezius muscle. The … [Read more...] about Relax with a tennis ball!