Movement for optimal health: a curvy, dynamic, fluid format of functional movement
Somatic Movement aligns the body in a position of readiness. It is to move with lightness and fluid power like a graceful animal. It is a natural curvy shape of the body that puts a spring in your step and uplifts your mood. With this dynamically balanced posture and movement, the breath can move freely without inhibition bringing a new level of vitality and energetic freedom.
Somatic Movement practice provides tremendous health benefits for body, mind, and heart.
- Springy lightness and fluidity in any movement
- Authentic confidence
- Increased self-awareness of psycho-emotional patterning within our default posture
Expect to experience the gross and subtle body through this transformative practice that moves the body whole. This mindful movement method seamlessly blends optimal alignment with functional movement by tapping into our animal biology; awakening our inner animal. Compassionate and encouraging as well as grounded and challenging, we move with intelligence, sensitivity and passion to liberate the body, mind, and spirit.
Somatic Movement Practice incorporates the following 3 elements:
Somatic Mindful Movement is a dynamic postural practice that works on the body’s connective network with challenging, yet accessible, functional movements based on daily life situational biomechanics by tapping into our animal biology. The method of somatic movements are designed to retrains and re-patterns the mind/body connection to live with vitality.
Energy Healing is not simply about clearing stuck energy. It is about Healing your Spirit and
and Healing your life. The more you sense that you are stuck, the more that you feel like you
are not in movement with your life. By clearing stuck energy, you bring harmony to body and spirit. The health of the body becomes a reflection of the health of your spirit.
Mindfulness & Meditation
In Buddhist philosophy, the ultimate benefit of meditation is liberation of the mind from attachment to things it cannot control, such as external circumstances or strong internal emotions. The liberated, or ‘enlightened’, practitioner no longer needlessly follows desires or clings to experiences, but instead maintains a calmness of mind and sense of inner balance.
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