Welcome badass babe! On this episode we have Maggie Hayes who is a Somatic Mentor & Embodiment Guide focused on nervous system and bosy-based practice. We dive into: The difference between fight ot flight and freeze response and how to come back into your body. Practices & tangible tools to regulate the nervous sytem and strengthen your inner resiliency How to detach from the story you associated with your emotions that's keeping you in a fear-based state to safely feel your feelings and move forward Press play to dive into this healing episode! Connect with Maggie on IG and on her website -- For your free personal oracle card reading, take a screenshot of your 5-star rating & review and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Dive deeper into my world: Check out my Programs, Masterclasses & Membership Head to my FREE Resources Connect wih Kelly on Instagram: @the_badassbabe and @badassbabeoracle www.kellypender.com
Themes: Autoimmune recovery, Somatic work, Nervous system regulation Episode: What does embodiment really look like in the everyday life of people with autoimmune diseases? Soul embodiment coach Rachel Albo joins Cait and Lindsay to discuss her work helping clients reconnect with their bodies after a difficult diagnosis. Rachel shares her own health journey and how it led her to the work she does today through Soul Flow collective, a private app community specifically tailored for women who are living with autoimmune conditions. Rachel Albo is a soul embodiment coach with a professional background in occupational therapy and personal training and over a decade of combined experience working with diverse clients. She is driven by a strong passion to guide every client in infusing their journey with elements of joy, playfulness, and freedom, all of which provide profound and lasting intuitive healing. Her approach focuses on holistic healing – from embodiment techniques and subconscious reprogramming to specialized workouts and guided meditations. Rachel is the founder of the Soul Flow Collective, a private app community tailored for women navigating autoimmune symptoms. This platform offers a variety of exclusive weekly content, live monthly masterclasses, loving community support, and 100's of other resources to nurture the mind-body-soul connection. Show Notes: -Intro to Rachel; her educational background, the recent expansions in her business, and how/why she recently shifted her title into “soul embodiment coach” -Rachels health background; getting diagnosed with an autoimmune disease in 2017 and how this affected her everyday life; her healing journey and how it led her to where she is today -The changes and transformation Rachel has been through in the last three years of her life; how this helped her connect even deeper to self trust and the soul/mind/body connection -Rachel's story of how her new title “Soul Embodiment Coach” came to her at a music festival -Discussing why “embodiment” is important; connecting with our bodies and intuitive minds over mental minds -People with autoimmune issues/chronic pain and illness usually don't have any desire to connect with their bodies; how Rachel coaches them towards understanding the importance of embodiment -Rachel's discovery of the importance of the nervous system; realizing she had been using regulation tools already in her occupational therapy practices, and how she began transferring these skills into working with clients as she began to understand them better -Discussing the importance of breaking away from the identity of a diagnosis; how Rachel helps clients connect with who they are rather than the disease(s) they have -The intuitive ability we all have to heal ourselves; learning to reparent ourselves -Rachel discussing practical somatic and regulation tools she practices and passes on to her clients so they can experience embodiment Resources: -Click here to visit Rachel's website: use code “REWIRE” for 44% off monthly membership to Soul Flow Collective -Follow Rewire on Instagram here -Lindsay's Instagram: @myvitalside -Visit Lindsay's Website -Cait's Instagram: @caitmurphy.co -Visit Cait's Website Join our community: bit.ly/rewirethepodcast Podcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: bit.ly/rewiredisclaimer
Did you know that the key to healing your relationship with food actually lies in the body?So many people spend their whole lives focusing on mindset and mental shifts trying to overcome addiction… and it just doesn't work.Why?Tune in today to learn all about somatic healing and how we can tap into the body to heal our addictive patterns.In this episode:What is somatic embodimentWhy are we so disconnected from our bodiesHow our early childhood traumas shape our nervous systemHow nervous system dysregulation is at the core of our eating patternsHow to rebuild safety and trust in your bodyReleasing stuck emotions and emotional baggageRewire beliefs and mindset from a body centered approachSo much more!******************➠ Ready to finally kick your emotional eating habit and build a new healthy relationship with sugar from the inside out? Say goodbye to late night snacking and stress eating for good. Get immediate access to the exclusive and FREE Kick Emotional Eating 3 Part Training here. ➠ Ready to heal your relationship with sugar once and for all? Join us in the next round of my signature Break Free From Sugar Program (launching in 2024) get on the waitlist here. ******************Come hang out with me and keep the conversation going on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/danielledaemcoachingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/danielledaem/Join the Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/simplybalancedhealthYouTube (where you can watch all these episodes in video!) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLCqU7XE_KU1xPmjkpZyGPA➠ Join my weekly newsletter for powerful insights, behind the scenes, and tools on your journey to sugar freedom: https://coach.danielledaem.com/newsletter
Annie Brook, Ph.D in Perinatal and Somatic Psychology, LPC, RSME, Body-Mind Centering teacher, is a therapist in high regard in the Somatic community. Today we spoke about healing from birth imprints and IVF by slowing down the nervous system. Annie blends psychotherapy, sensory-motor neuroscience/cognition, play therapy, early bonding attachment, Body-Mind Centering, cranial sacral, touch/movement education, and perinatal therapy to offer lasting results. You can contact her HERE You can contact Mystical Motherhood HERE
Episode 108: In today's episode I discuss the different types of talking therapies that are available and the difference between these and somatic therapies that bring the body into the therapy session. I talk about the somatic therapies that are part of my 12 week program The Embrace Fertility Method and then how you can take that even deeper with The Shift Package. I currently have space to take on four one to one clients this side of Christmas so if you're interested in finding out more then do reach out to book a free 30 minute no obligation clarity call on zoom. www.embracefertility.co.uk/embrace www.embracefertility.co.uk/coaching
In this special episode of the podcast, I wanted to take the time to talk with you about my upcoming retreat, Soulful. I dive into my intentions that will go into this retreat and share the inspiration behind this offering. I give a glimpse of what your experience will be like, exploring the day-to-day schedule and the deep HOW and WHY of it all. If you've been curious about what this retreat will be like, have a listen! Born out of burnout, this retreat is meant to guide you into deep nourishment and re-alignment with your soul's compass. This gathering of deep feelers, sensitive souls and adventurous spirits is a grounding, spacious, connecting way to return home to your deepest heart. You are invited to come celebrate and luxuriate in the company of other coaches, therapists and health and well-being professionals (or for anybody who supports others in their day-to day) surrounded by the sea and tropical forests. This unique trauma-informed retreat is designed to help you regulate your nervous system through somatic and embodied practices so that you can expand your capacity for even more well-being, health, wealth, connection, clarity, and steadiness. You give so much to others, here is a time to allow yourself to receive, be held and lean in. Register now to save $300 before October 1st! In the episode, I mention the EXPAND 10-Day Series on Insight Timer App Or, you can find it on YouTube Also, check out my favorite Productivity Journal and 5-Minute Journal here. Connect With Shelby: Free 1:1 Intro Call @fierceheart.shelbyleigh Facebook LinkedIn YouTube www.shelby-leigh.com
Bryson Newell is the host of The Somatic Primer Podcast. The platform is a continuing education program that uses his experience in meditation and the somatic arts as the basis for the show. The show explores various approaches and understanding of the body-mind complex.Bryson has studied and taught various systems of meditation, Neigong, and Somatics. Additionally he completed retreats for the Tibetan Buddhist practices of the Drikung Kagyu Ngondro and The Five Fold Path of Mahamudra. His practices and teachings focus on the inner principles inherent in these systems. He created Somatic Restructuring to clearly define the “means whereby” of Somatics so practitioners can develop systematically through their own efforts. His Somatic Restructuring lessons are internal somatic education classes that teach people how to find freedom through conscious internal movement principles.He has written several articles including his most recent one "Filling the Mind with Sky"https://www.ultraphysical.us/p/filling-the-mind-with-skyYou can find out more about him at https://vidyamethod.comhttps://substack.com/@brysonnewell?utm_source=edit-profile-pageSupport the show
We've all heard about the benefits of exercise...but that's not the kind of movement we're talking about here. Drea Guinto shares with us, how Somatic Movement (going inward and moving our body without an outcome in mind) can help our creative process.Returning to the body, using it as a channel so that we can both release, heal and receive, but also express in ways we never thought possible - this power is available to us all. Drea Guinto is one of the Guest Experts inside my program, Awaken, Channel & Create, and she has so much wisdom to share with us!Drea Guinto at Soul Flow CoDrea on Instagram: @soulflowcoDrea's Podcast - The Soul Flow Show- - -Self-Belief for Creatives Masterclass - Sept. 12thAwaken, Channel & Create - Early Bird Pricing ends Sept. 21st100 Epic Days - Winter / Spring Round Starts Feb. 2024Program Bundle (Awaken, Channel & Create + 100 Epic Days 2024)
On today's episode, I am welcoming back a return guest, and one who is just SUCH a beautiful depiction of authenticity and integrity. Tracy Holemeyer is a Somatic Practitioner and Multimodal soul guide helping humans heal, reclaim, embody, align. Tracy is a truly exquisite human and soul and the wisdom and experiential stories she shares on this episode are equally as touching as they are expansive. Given that we were on a time crunch, there are certainly no shortage of topics and take-home messages in this episode. Topics of Discussion Masculine & Feminine Harmony ~Recognizing how we “raise” the masculine and feminine within us ~How the masculine and feminine within us are also representative of what we value in our external world ~How to redefine and recultivate masculine and feminine qualities when we have previously operated from protection mechanisms Trauma-Responses ~Fight-Flight-Freeze ~Projections ~Aggression
Somatic Tracking is a very important tool to have at your disposal when learning how to turn our fear down towards our pain. Why is turning the fear down important, a brain that is sensing danger sends signals of pain to the body. When we teach our brain how to feel safe, the sensations stop being sent. Listen along and try one out with me! Also here are two other somatic trackings we've done before that are very powerful and helpful! Fruit of the Spirit Somatic Tracking- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wisdom-and-wellness-with-whit/id1603330951?i=1000587291497 Somatic Tracking Exercise- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wisdom-and-wellness-with-whit/id1603330951?i=1000588536201 21 Day Course and Mini Courses- https://wisdomandwellnessww.com/online_course_enroll $10 Ebook- https://wisdomandwellnessww.com/ebook Free Assessment- https://wisdomandwellnessww.com/assessment-info My Music- https://open.spotify.com/artist/1eWi8ImuZLYpsxfG2iWXSl?si=JxJH6D1sRICy0qOdKsFRSQMy Kids Music- https://open.spotify.com/artist/3c0CPfrRNYzNdPvSEQPAlh?si=G1ozEESHRYiyC7XlQmFfBw&nd=1 Disclaimer This podcast and any other information presented on any websites, social media platforms, programs or in any other media under Wisdom and Wellness, LLC is for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute providing medical advice or professional services. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it based on this or any other information provided by Wisdom and Wellness, LLC or its affiliates. Always consult with your physician or mental health practitioner before starting a fitness regimen, adding supplements to your diet, or any other changes that can affect any medications or treatment plan. Wisdom and Wellness, LLC is not liable to any individual, company or entity, for any damages, incidental or as a consequence of using this podcast. The user will assume all liability for accidents, injuries, harm, loss, or damage, including and up to, and including the loss of life. Our goal is to educate and inspire you, but your success depends primarily on your own effort, motivation, commitment, and follow-through. Wisdom and Wellness, LLC and its affiliates cannot predict or guarantee that you will attain a particular result. It is solely the user's responsibility is to accept and understand that results differ for everyone, depending on their unique background, dedication, desire, motivation, actions, and numerous other factors. There are no guarantees as to the specific outcome or results you can expect from using the information you receive on this podcast. Wisdom and Wellness, LLC may promote, affiliate with, link to resources, or partner with other individuals or businesses whose programs, products and services align with it. All users must understand that any such promotion does not serve as any form of endorsement whatsoever, and they must use their own judgment to determine that any such program, product or service is appropriate for them. The user assumes all risks; Wisdom and Wellness, LLC is not liable in any way for any information, service, or product that is shared in this e-book, on its website, social media or any other communication. Above all else, it is the desire, motivation and purpose of Wisdom and Wellness, LLC and its affiliates to provide information that could be of use to you.
Miriam Racquel (Meryl) Feldman is a wife, mom, Somatic Healer, Marriage Coach, Trauma & Anxiety Specialist and award-winning Author of the memoir, God Said What?! #MyOrthodoxLife. She helps empower women to trust the wisdom of their bodies, emotions, and souls as well as blogging about the mystical happenings of an ever-changing world. She once got her kicks from rehabilitating seals in California and now leads an adventurous life raising a bunch of kids along with her husband. If you meet her, be prepared to take part in philosophical discussions about the healing of humankind and the transformation of the world into a place of peace. Download free e-guides and receive Somatic Healing Tips at: MiriamRacquel.com YourMarriageMagic.com and link to purchase: God Said What?! #MyOrthodoxLife (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1737745402?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vera-kessler/message
In a world that moves more quickly than we can perceive, it's easy to lose connection with our intuition. There's so much noise, so much that other people are telling you what to do, how to act, what to dream. In this episode, I talk about relationships and somatics. Somatic practices can help us become more in tune with our own bodies, which helps foster self-awareness and emotional intelligence. How can our bodies help guide us when it comes to relationships? How can we know what's good for us and what's not? (Relatedly, how can we break the habit of people pleasing?) Remember, you're not alone in your journey, and there's strength in sharing and learning from one another. So if any of this resonates with you, please send me a DM on Instagram (@leslieannhobayan), email me, or leave a review! I'd love to hear from you! Today's poems/ Books / Oracle / Tarot Cards mentioned: Tarot Card: Three of Cups (Reversed) and Page of Swords (Reversed) Poem: The Ambience of Love by Hafiz Courses / Exclusive Content / Book Mentioned:Subscribe to “Adventures in Midlife” newsletter: leslieann.substack.com
On today's episode, we have somatic therapist and relationship coach, Elmo Painter-Edington (she/her/fae/femme) join us for a conversation about the power of play. Together we talk about letting your weird light shine, listening to our bodies, bringing more absurdity in our lives, and sensually thriving. If you enjoyed today's podcast, then please subscribe, leave a review, or share this podcast with a friend! To learn more about Modern Anarchy, head over to the website https://www.modernanarchypodcast.com And if you want to connect deeper with the Modern Anarchy Family, then join the movement by becoming a part of the conscious objectors patreon. Your support is what keeps this podcast free and sustainable. You'll also access private posts about Nicole's research, a community discord, and behind the scenes content. Join the community here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=54121384 Intro and Outro Song: Wild Wild Woman by Your Smith Modern Anarchy Community: Website : https://www.modernanarchypodcast.com Pleasure Practice: https://www.modernanarchypodcast.com/pleasure-practice Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/modernanarchypodcast Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/user?u=54121384 Elmo's Community: Elmo Painter-Edington is a Somatic Therapist, Empowerment Coach, and Life Artist whose role is to grant supportive space for people to be exactly who they are, and to remind people of their unique brilliance, no matter how flawed they feel inside. Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/weirdlight_coaching/ Website : https://www.weirdlightcoaching.com/ Resources to Learn More: YouGov Data : https://today.yougov.com/topics/society/articles-reports/2020/01/31/millennials-monogamy-poly-poll-survey-data Sexual Desire and Relationship Duration in Young Men and Women : https://sci-hub.ru/10.1080/0092623x.2011.569637 The Heteronormativity Theory of Low Sexual Desire in Women Partnered with Men : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8382213/ Play, Pain, and Religion : https://bookshop.org/a/88413/9781800500297 Polysecure : https://bookshop.org/a/88413/9781944934989 Female sexual function varies over time and is dependent on partner-specific factors: a population-based longitudinal analysis of six sexual function domains : https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27766993/ Long-term relationships may reduce women's sex drive : https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/314181 Women get bored with sex in long term relationships : https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/02/women-get-bored-sex-long-term-relationships/582736/ Flower Video : https://www.instagram.com/p/CtfUYUaABD0/
Just like anyone else, entrepreneurs aren't immune to the grip of hidden trauma. It can sneak up on them from different directions, whether it's their personal history, the hurdles of running a business, or the intense pressure cooker that entrepreneurship can sometimes be. This quiet trauma isn't actually hidden and it can send shockwaves through every aspect of their lives, both personally and professionally.In this captivating episode with Mark Monchek, we delve deep into the intricate web of hidden trauma and its profound influence on both the personal and professional spheres of life. We explore the nuance definition of trauma, processing a traumatic experience, ways trauma can linger long after the event, and how it can impact our perception of the world.We discuss the complex interplay between trauma and success, how hidden trauma can manifest, the connection between the mind and body in the context of trauma, polyvagal theory, and why you should always pay attention to your body. Tune in and uncover the hidden forces that might be shaping your life in ways you never imagined and the strategies to overcome them.What you'll learn about in this episode:An overview of the different types of trauma and some shocking statistics.Mark explains the definition of trauma and how hidden trauma has impacted him.Impacts hidden trauma has on development, the brain, and the body.Hear about the moment Mark realized he had hidden trauma.Sharon and Mark share how they incorrectly dealt with trauma.Breaking down the barriers that keep pain and trauma hidden.Somatic awareness and how it can help reveal hidden trauma.Insights into polyvagal theory and the concept of a therapeutic alliance.Common symptoms and disorders associated with hidden trauma.A deeper underlying cause of trauma for entrepreneurs.Practices and actionable steps to begin healing.Why it is important to remember that trauma is universal.The power of constructing new thoughts.Transcript: HereMark Monchek:Website: https://opplab.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markmonchek/ X: https://twitter.com/MarkMonchekBook: https://www.amazon.com/Culture-Opportunity-Grow-Business-Disruption/dp/0692811257Sharon Spano:Website: sharonspano.comFacebook: facebook.com/SharonSpanoPHDInstagram: instagram.com/drsharonspano/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/sharonspano/Book: thetimemoneybook.comContact: email@example.comX: twitter.com/SharonSpanoThe Other Side of Potential Podcast: sharonspano.com/podcast/
Ever catch a glimpse of yourself in a mirror and wonder, 'who is that person staring back at me?!' Or have you uncovered or discovered a part of yourself that feels new and wondered if that was, you know, okay? I know I sure have. Navigating the very human experience of change, growth, discovery and shedding can stir up all the feels. So how do we navigate that - changes in appearance, new aches and pains, new passions, ridding ourselves of old conditioning and exploring new elements of ourselves - with more curiosity and less judgement? Join me in this episode of SelfKind with Erica Webb (that's me!) to hear how a SOMATIC lens can support you in doing exactly that. You will hear:- what the soma / somatics actually is- how using a somatic lens of ourselves and our experience can foster more compassion, clearer awareness and a deeper relationship with self- three essential questions that can foster somatic awareness in yourself.Tune in for the full episode. Share your thoughts with me over on Instagram or via my website. Want the video version? Come follow over on YouTube.Let's stay in touch! You can sign up to my newsletter, Simple Shifts to SelfKind Habits, here.Curious about working together? Find all the details here.
We have the pleasure of meeting our next guest, Christy Williams, in the heart of Moab, Utah, at the KZMU FM studios—a renowned NPR community station known for its unique blend of public radio, broadcasting on frequencies 90.1 and 106.7 FM. Christy's presence is felt not just through the airwaves, but in the hearts of those who have come to know her as a DJ and radio talk show host for many years.Christy's lifelong affinity for music has been a constant thread in her narrative. Even as young as three, she can vividly recall moments spent in Missouri with her parents, where she was captivated by Annie Williams and her musical talents. Singing and performing "Moon River" for her parents remains an early memory etched in her mind.Growing up in Kansas City, her passion for music found an outlet in the high school choir. A pivotal figure emerged during those years—a teacher who believed in her, providing the inspiration and encouragement that can alter the trajectory of one's life. It's a testament to the profound impact a single individual can have, shaping the course of someone's journey.Christy's connection to her community runs deep, and her giving nature reflects this bond. Her roles as a Grand County Hospice Chaplain, counselor, somatic archaeologist, and Moab Art Director exemplify her commitment to enriching the lives of those around her. Furthermore, her partnership with a holistic and spiritual individual mirrors her own growth journey.As she recounts her experiences, Christy imparts a valuable lesson—her path was not immune to poor judgments and challenging choices. Yet, it's these very decisions that have led her to the most extraordinary and fulfilling journeys. It's a reminder to embrace life boldly, make choices that resonate with your true self, and trust that life's journey will catch you when you stumble.Join us and Christy as we delve into The Jar, navigating her unique story, her connection to music, and her unwavering commitment to her community. For more of The Jar, visit:Website: https://www.thejar.live/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Disclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Welcome to my podcast, The Wellness Project with Des where I speak with people about all things mental health and wellness to bring you actionable tips you can implement in your own life to help improve your mental health and overall well-being. On today's episode, I spoke with Jackie Stewart about how she healed her nervous system with somatic practices. For detailed show notes and where to find Jackie: accordingtodes.com/130 Shop mental health & wellness products: https://www.etsy.com/shop/WellnessProjectByDes? Get your free Weekly Wellness Checklist and join my email newsletter: https://www.subscribepage.com/f5t5q2 Join my Facebook community: facebook.com/groups/accordingtodes Follow me on Instagram: instagram.com/the.wellness.project.with.des I would greatly appreciate it if you would take a moment to leave a review for my podcast on iTunes and/or Spotify. Thank you! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-wellness-project-with-des/id1477570126
Today's bonus episode is a recording of the most recent Somatic Drop-In. Luis takes us through a variety of topics and practices as he invites us to drop in, play with the philosophy and techniques of somatic work, and see what we learn.This Somatic Drop-In focused on overwhelm, and the relationship between overwhelm, boundaries, and capacity. Luis invites participants to share, and together he and Camille riff on related topics, including the nuance of whether it's safe to express a boundary, or whether it's safer to suppress a boundary and express it later. Luis also leads the group through an SE practice called the "walk up exercise."You can also watch the replay on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/m7jm3CE7JwoThese Somatic Drop-Ins are bi-monthly, public, pay-what-you-want offerings. You can view the upcoming schedule to attend one live here: https://www.holisticlifenavigation.com/events-1You can join the Library Membership here: https://www.holisticlifenavigation.com/membership-libraryYou can join the waitlist for Luis' upcoming six week course here: https://www.holisticlifenavigation.com/course
Join HIGHER SELF METHOD The Higher Self Method | How To Create A Life Beyond Your Wildest Dreams | Marley Rose Harris Marley sits down with Kat Cozadd to chat about all things money! They chat about the connection between money and safety, how to calm your nervous system around money, how to hold onto money, how to feel safe around money and SO much more! You are NOT going to want to miss this conversation. Episode Timeline: [00:02:07] - Childhood and money mindset [00:06:38] - Rock bottom and intentional manifestation [00:08:42] - Safety and money connection [00:13:03] - Embracing feminine energy [00:16:14] - Empowering decision to stop drinking [00:20:48] - Scarcity and abundance [00:26:01] - Somatic healing for money beliefs [00:30:18] - Holding on to money [00:36:09] - Wealth consciousness and manifestation Connect with Kat:Show: thenobullshitmanifestationshow.buzzsprout.com/share Kat's Instagram: instagram.com/katcozaddcoaching Follow along with Marley at @marleyroseharris or send her an email to marleyrose.ca!
To access the full episode and our conference library of 200+ fascinating psychology talks and interviews (with certification), please visit: https://twumembers.com. Join us for a riveting conversation with Irene Lyon, a leading figure in somatic healing and nervous system regulation. Drawing from her diverse background in exercise science, biomedical science, and practices like Feldenkrais, somatic experiencing, and somatic practice, Irene unravels the transformative power of cultivating awareness in our bodies, selves, and environments. Explore key principles that underpin her approach, including the art of sequencing in the healing journey. Delve deep into the intricate link between trauma and our nervous system, as Irene unveils the freeze response's role in storing traumatic memories. Discover how somatic healing paves a gradual path toward resiliency and groundedness, ultimately opening doors to profound spiritual emergence. --- This session was recorded as part of the "Holistic Psychotherapy Summit" in January 2023. To access the full conference package, as well as supporting materials, quizzes, and certification, please visit: https://theweekenduniversity.com/membership. --- Irene Lyon, MSC. and nervous system expert, teaches people around the world how to work with the nervous system to transform trauma, heal body and mind, and live full, creative lives. To date, her online programs and classes have reached over 9,500 people in over 90 countries. Irene has a Master's Degree in Biomedical and Health Science and also has a knack for making complex info easy for ALL of us to understand and apply to our lives. She has extensively studied and practices the works of Dr. Moshé Feldenkrais, Peter Levine (founder of Somatic Experiencing), and Kathy Kain (founder of Somatic Practice). Irene spends her free time eating delicious food, hiking in the mountains or walking along the Pacific Ocean in her hometown of Vancouver, British Columbia. --- Interview Links: — Smart Body Smart Mind (Irene's course): https://smartbodysmartmind.com/ — The Body Keeps the Score - Bessel van der Kolk: https://amzn.to/3P4lvfO — The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog - Bruce Perry: https://amzn.to/3oNg9Lb — The Polyvagal Theory: Explained: https://youtu.be/8AnHlx3qZ30 — Born for Love - Bruce Perry and Maia Szalavitz: https://amzn.to/3zTA0i5 — Edgar Cayce: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Cayce — Discovering Your Soul's Purpose - Dr Mark Thurston: https://amzn.to/3zOhiY3 — Story of Edgar Cayce: There Is a River - Thomas Sugrue: https://amzn.to/3Q2ivBJ — The Edgar Cayce Handbook for Health Through Drugless Therapy: https://amzn.to/3Jqcufy 3 Books Irene Recommends Every Therapist Should Read: — Scared Sick - Robin Karr-Morse: https://amzn.to/3oQVTIv — When the Body Says No - Dr Gabor Maté: https://amzn.to/3vDRfRP — Travels - Michael Criechton: https://amzn.to/3JpzJqg
Kelly and Chip talk about the month of podcast influenced by the word 'Abandon." Chip talks about why he wouldn't do an all inclusive vacation again. Kelly talks about what happens in her somatic therapy sessions and why it's rocking her world. "My therapist explained that talk therapy is therapy for the brain. Somatic is therapy for your nervous system. So we are just trying to get my nervous system to regulate." New Episodes Every Monday! Watch on YouTube: @MikeDeestro Follow Mike on TikTok: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Instagram: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Threads: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Twitter: @mikedeestro Email: MovieMikeD@gmail.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Amy Doublet is a somatic experiencing practitioner who currently assists six different professional trainings (from Shame healing to Biogeometry) and has assisted Dr. Peter Levine for over 12 years in his master classes. Amy, who is based in Los Angeles, CA has worked with celebrities, professional athletes (including gold metal olympians). We talked about the connection between trauma and chronic inflammation, diseases, insomnia, just to name a few issues. If you are looking for an body-centered approach to healing, this episode is worth listening to. Connect with Amy at: https://wellnessalchemist.com/ If you liked this podcast, please: -subscribe -share it with others -write a review **Let's stay connected.** Click Deniseglee.com to
In this episode, Kyle interviews Lisa Wessing: Clinical Psychologist and facilitator specializing in harm reduction at Kiyumí retreats in The Netherlands. Wessing shares her personal journey and the shift from being uninspired with studying psychology to being a part of space-holding in Mexico and finding her true path. She dives into the world of Kiyumí retreats, discussing their holistic healing approach using psilocybin, somatic movement, dance expression, and other methods supporting their four pillars of embodiment, nature, mindfulness, and art. She discusses their more long-term program with Dr. Gabor Maté integrating his Compassionate Inquiry framework; their Equity Program, which offers partial or full funding for people who may not have the financial resources or who come from marginalized communities (e.g. BIPOC & Queer); and the importance of integration as a continuous process and checking in with people much later to build their “Kiyumíty.” Much of this discussion covers the challenges of somatic psychology and facilitation in group containers: how most people are somatically illiterate and the journey of becoming more somatic; what to do about someone laughing or singing in a group context; what moving into one's body really means; and different ways of using art to integrate an experience. As part of our Vital program, we are running a psilocybin retreat with Kiyumí from September 6-11, and we have some available spots left! If you like what you hear, you'll be in The Netherlands in September, and want to have an amazing experience with us, click here for more info! Click here to head to the show notes page.
Hiii I am back! And I cannot wait to share this episode with you all... about yes HEALING woooo. Decompress with Jess has on Breathwork and Somatic Anxiety Coach Rachel. Get ready...this one is eye opening!What does somatics mean? What is hypervigilance and how does that tie into the inner child?How does somatic work help someone along their healing journey? into someone's healing journey?We get into all of this and more!Rachel is a certified and trauma-informed Breathwork Facilitator and Somatic Anxiety Coach. Her background includes a Master's in Social Work from Adelphi University, Somatic Breathwork Certification, Integrative Somatic Trauma Therapy Certification, and Flower Essence Training. Rachel specializes in teaching nervous system regulation with trauma-informed practices, easing anxiety and stress, and building self-confidence. She uses a body-based approach to healing and teaches the importance of the mind-body connection. In classes, group workshops, and individual sessions, Rachel brings her training and energy with warmth, creativity, and safetyRachel's InformationRachel | Breathwork & Somatic Anxiety Coach (@raethesomaticcoach) • Instagram photos and videosRae | Breathwork & Somatics (@raethesomaticcoach) | TikTokPrivate Somatic Coaching & Breathwork (google.com)BreathEasy E-Book - Download Now (rachelekraft.com)My Information:Instagram: @decompress_with_jess • Instagram photos and videosEmail: Decompresswithjess@yahoo.com
Happy Satiated Saturday! I remember the first time I had a mindful eating experience. I was in an all day meditation class and we did the raisin exercise. This is a practice of taking a single raisin and feeling it in your fingers, smelling it, putting it up to your ear, and listening to it crinkle before eating it to bring in all of your senses. Then, very slowly eating the raisin to actually taste it, as this is a food that is typically consumed in mindless handfuls. Over the years, I've explored this exercise in various different ways and adding in somatic approaches. This is such a powerful practice that I wanted to offer to you.In this week's episode, I walk you through a Somatic Eating® Meditation that you can practice at your next meal. Even if you're not eating right now, you can listen through this to get your body familiar with what you might try out at your next meal. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/somatic-eating-meditationIf you want more practice with this, I'm offering everyone on my newsletter 30% off my newest offering the Somatic Eating® Intensive. You will receive a 2.5 hour experiential class to enhance your awareness of what your food coping mechanisms are trying to protect you from, begin to understand what nervous system state you're in, and learn new regulating resources. You also receive a week of Voxer support where you will be able to send me 1-2 messages a day and receive a message back from me for individualized support. If you're listening to this and have recently joined my newsletter, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you that coupon code. And, if you listen to this Somatic Eating® Meditation while you eat, let me know how it goes! With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxSupport the showKeep in touch with Stephanie Mara here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_stephaniemara/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniemarafoxWebsite: https://www.stephaniemara.com/https://www.somaticeating.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephmara/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephaniemarafoxContact: email@example.comSupport the show:Become a supporter of the show here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/809987/supportCheck out my favorite water filter: https://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=somaticeatingCheck out my favorite protein powder and receive 15% off when you use the code STEPHANIEMARA at checkout here: https://www.equipfoods.com/discount/STEPHANIEMARA?rfsn=7433250.c99684Use my Amazon Affiliate link when shopping on Amazon: https://amzn.to/448IyPl Special thanks to Bendsoun...
Listen in as Somatic Guru Jay Fields and I discuss experiencing your Grief as a Habit for Happiness. Whether it is processing your grief with experiential exercises or facing it head-on with therapy. Grief can be healthy and naming it and taming it can make us happier. Jay Fields, M.A. is an educator, coach, and author who has taught the principles of embodied social and emotional intelligence to individuals and organizations for twenty years. Her approach to helping people have their own back at work and in life is grounded, playful, empathic, and intelligent. Jay received her BA in Psychosocial Health and Human Movement from the College of William and Mary and her master's in Integral Transformative Education from Prescott College. She is the author of the book Teaching People, Not Poses and the Linkedin Learning courses Managing Your Emotions at Work and Practices for Regulating Your Nervous System and Reducing Stress. When not working with clients or facilitating training, you can find Jay riding her motorcycle with her sweetie in the mountains outside of Ojai, California where she lives.
In this episode of The Beautiful Bag podcast, host LeeAnne Hayden introduces somatic coach Keri Ford, who specializes in helping women unlock their full potential and reconnect with their authentic selves through somatic work. The discussion explores the concept of somatic healing, nervous system regulation, and the mind-body connection. Listeners are guided through a somatic check-in exercise, emphasizing the importance of slowing down and tuning into their bodies to foster healing and self-discovery. The conversation delves into various types of trauma, the impact of unresolved experiences on the body, and how somatic work can lead to transformation and personal growth. Keri and LeeAnne also explore the balance between contentment and progression, offering insights into aligning mind and body for holistic well-being. The episode concludes with a reminder of the body's resilience and the power of self-healing through the mind-body connection. Key Discussion Points: Introduction to somatic coach Keri Ford and her work in helping women unlock their potential. Explanation of somatic work, nervous system regulation, and the mind-body connection. Guided somatic check-in exercise to help listeners connect with their bodies and become more aware of their sensations. Exploration of different types of trauma and their impact on the body. Discussion of the importance of slowing down, listening to the body, and making new choices for healing. Balancing contentment with personal growth and embracing both acceptance and expansion. Mention of Dr. Joe Dispenza's work on self-healing through the power of the mind. Guest: Keri Ford, Somatic Coach Host: LeeAnne Hayden Links: Elevate with Keri Website Keri on Instagram Keri on Facebook LeeAnne's Website LeeAnne on Instagram LeeAnne on Facebook Note: The information provided in this episode is intended for educational and informational purposes only. Listeners are advised to consult with qualified professionals for personalized guidance and support.
Tune in this week to learn about Somatic Healing. What does Somatic Healing Mean? How does it work? What are some techniques used in professional settings and some you can use at home. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/denise733/support
We're living at a time where there is more information about nutrition accessible to us, yet, most of us are often confused by the wide array of conflicting opinions and constant trend changes and fad diets that arise. In this episode, I'm thrilled to be joined by acclaimed nutrition expert, Stephanie Mara. Stephanie is the creator of Somatic Eating, whose mission it is to allow people to satiate their physical and emotional hungers. Stephanie takes an integrative approach to nutrition, and has a lot of wisdom to share with us. Cheers!!
Somatic, or body-based, practices can help you release stress that can lead to more anxiety. In this episode, I'll teach you a quick exercise you can do to release stress from your body. I hope this episode helps you, friend! Wishing you freedom to live the life you want, despite anxiety, Katy P.S. Would you please leave me a podcast review on Apple podcasts? I would be so grateful if you would take the time to rate and leave me a review - it helps others find me, and I love to hear from you! It helps me know what you want to hear so I can create shows for you! Join the community -> Facebook Connect with me at firstname.lastname@example.org **Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional and this podcast is not providing therapy or medical treatment. Contents of the podcast are for informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult your health care provider with your health questions and concerns.**
She learned to be sensitive to the spiritual-emotional connection to the body at an early age. Today she practices yoga, pranayama breath work, meditation, herbalism and reiki. She is currently training in Shamanism and believes in transpersonal medicine – or the interconnectedness of humanity. In this episode she explains a powerful experience she had while being treated with reiki and how it changed how she views patients. She gives a detailed explanation of the Chakas and the school of reiki. Enjoy this conversation as we learn about the energy fields of the body. Madison.email@example.com Instagram: a_hallow_bone --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/benjamin--greene/message
Feel like supplements work for a little bit then they stop? Do you tend to have a lot of adverse reactions to medications, herbs or therapies? Have you been to a lot of medical providers and not getting results with their protocols? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you're not alone. The amount of stress and trauma one has experienced in their life can be stored in the body and impact treatment interventions and outcomes. Kymber Maulden experienced the same phenomenon and it inspired her to become a nutrition consultant and women's health coach who takes a somatic and trauma-informed approach to women's health. She blending nutrition, somatic therapies & applied neurology to offer women a well-rounded and deep set of tools for addressing their long-term self-healing needs. In this episode of The Health Fix Podcast, Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Kymber Maulden on the importance of taking into account the impact of one's life experiences on their nervous system and how she's blending nutrition, somatic therapy and applied neurology to help women optimize their health. What You'll Learn in This Episode: Why those with complex trauma and higher ACE scores are more prone to chronic illness and longer healing times The importance of understanding your nervous system response to stress is helpful to determine your natural healing process How medical trauma plays out in your ability to optimize your health Why knowing if you're better suited to move or be still when you're stressed Insights into applied functional neurology and how it can help you manage stress Why it's important to address the nervous system before embarking on complex health protocols Resources From The Show: Kymber Maulden's Website
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In today's episode I'm excited to introduce you to Chauncey Harrison. Chauncey holds a license in Creative Arts Therapy, specifically specializing in Movement Therapy. Additionally, she has completed her Masters in Social Work and is working towards her License in Social Work. Chauncey's passion is helping people recover from severe and persistent mental illness, substance use disorders, mood disorders, trauma, and interpersonal issues through creative arts therapy. Her therapeutic style is to meet clients where they are and use a strength-based approach to empower clients. She is collaborative throughout the therapeutic process, working with clients to achieve their goals by using both verbal and non-verbal (dance, movement, art, and drama) tools to help them recover. Today we talk about dance movement therapy and how this type of therapy can help people process emotions and recover from stress and trauma. I especially enjoyed talking with Chauncey based on my experiencing both a researcher of stress and as a dancer. I have found dance to be an amazing medicine for me. Psychotherapy That Goes Beyond the Mind Psychotherapy can be more than just working on the mind. A lot of times what people experience in terms of mental health support ends up being focused on the mind, and being aware of our thoughts, versus what could be stored in our body. There is a connection between the body and the mind, they are not two separate things. We are whole beings in body, mind, and spirit, and when one of those is not aligned, or is out of balance, the others will be affected too. It's a beautiful practice to look into our thoughts and understand them. That's an important part of therapy, in general. In today's modern world it's unavoidable to be bombarded with so much information that it can end up being overwhelming. Our minds are always racing with new thoughts that we sort of forget that we are living in a body. So, it's important to take the time to return to the body. To unwind and practice mindfulness focusing on the body. When you're returning to the body it can be a practice of mindfulness in itself of bringing you back into the present and what's really going on and tuning in. Your body really does keep the score. It really is aware. It's where we store emotions and so tuning into that can be an incredibly impactful and empowering tool for people to start to understand and work on this connection to the body. It can really help bring back more clarity and connection to a full integration of self. Many times, we are not able to really listen to our body with compassion and to create healing from that place. There can be real disconnections between the mind and the body. People are surprised when they find out that our bodies can be part of therapy. This can also feel incredibly vulnerable because typically we've formed more unconscious ways to defend ourselves with our words. It feels more exposing for many people to be considering what our body has to say, so trust is such a huge part of the work here. How Does Dance Movement Therapy Work? Part of what we're doing in dance movement therapy is 100% play. There's a lot of therapy in play. There's also a lot of exploring what's possible and trying to expand the full range of movement. That's huge for people. A lot of times people are really quick in their movements, or quite indirect in their movement, and they stay in a very small kind of sphere. In that case, we can start playing with what it's like to feel bigger. To expand that sphere and expand in the space where we're moving. This also impacts our experience as humans and the ways that we relate to one another. If we're always relating in one movement repertoire, it can be limiting. Typically, it's helpful to have a full range of movement options. We might not even be aware that we're just moving in that one repertoire. Dance and movement have been around since ancient times. It has been used for entertainment, storytelling, religion, and healing. There's so much research on how healing it is to our nervous system to move in general. Many people can relate to the experience of being in a bad mood and going for a walk and starting to feel better, or going to the gym and feeling less angry about that issue was bothering you, or having a little dance party in your room and realizing it's not that big of a deal. This has to do with the release of endorphins and neurotransmitters that are activated by that movement. There is a lot of people where stillness is really present in the movement, where it feels really painful to move. And dance therapy is about meeting people where they are. You don't have to do a specific amount or way of movement. It's about being present and listening and observing how things develop without any kind of judgement. And then to maybe explore and just start playing with it and expand it when it feels appropriate. It's about following what someone is bringing into the space and really watching and seeing what's appropriate for them. You can get these insights into a person's patterns simply by looking a little bit more closely to what's going on with their response to the movement. And there is so much restoring movement too, whether it's memories or what it brings up for you in that moment. Certain movement patterns that have been more codified can be restored in people's bodies, energizing or relaxing them for example. Movement plays so many different roles in our lives. Is Dance Movement Therapy a Kind of Somatic Therapy? Somatic therapy, sometimes known as body psychotherapy, is a therapeutic approach that places importance on what we experience in the mind and the body, as well as the connection between the two. Again, with dance therapy, it's very important to meet the person where they are and where they are coming from. Certain diagnostic labels can be really helpful, and sometimes not so much. It's about exploring feelings and emotions through movement while not being attached to a specific label. And as we mentioned before, mind and body are one whole thing, and they influence each other. If someone is suffering from gastro-intestinal issues because of anxiety, it's real. A lot of our emotions reflect in our stomach. This shows us how mind and body are connected. It proves that we can feel emotions on a physical level. Sometimes people are led to believe that something's only “in their head” or they're making it up and it's not real. If you feel it or experience pain or discomfort of any sort, it's real. We have to acknowledge and validate that, because it's a crucial part of the healing process. We have to be able to connect with our feelings and emotions and how these relate to what we feel in our bodies. A lot of the time we suppress our emotions. We aren't taught how to have awareness for them and how to just be present to be able to process them or just be present with them. If you want to learn more about this you can watch Episode 165 of How Humans Heal - Emotional Healing: A Pathway to a Better Life here. Part of what dance movement therapy and creative arts offers is this nonverbal processing of feelings and emotions. You may not even know what you're feeling, and it could be very uncomfortable, but we can start with a sensation and maybe we can put that into an image. What would this image look like? Can we draw it on a piece of paper? Is there a sound that goes with it? And this can be so helpful to process our emotions and get more information about what they are related to. This can make people feel vulnerable, even just asking for help can feel vulnerable, let alone trying to listen to what your body wants to tell you. We don't know what we're going to find out, so it feels vulnerable in that way. The important thing to keep in mind is that this is a process that is unique to each individual and that everyone has a different pace and process. It's about going at your own pace and discovering little by little what your body is trying to communicate. It's not like you will come out of the first session in shock and lose track of your original existence. You're discovering information slowly and then you can integrate that information into your daily life. It's about providing a safe space and empowering people to tune in and listen to their bodies and connect with themselves. Dance Movement Therapy and Yoga The body has so much information for us, we just have to learn how to listen and access it. Some of Chauncey's original connection to dance therapy was through yoga and what it did for her. And yoga is a form of movement that is used for healing not just on a physical level but a mental and emotional level. It's also a way to experience the mind and body connection. There are so many different types of yoga and different ways to enter the practice. For some people it could be through the physical practice and for others through reading the books and doing self-study or meditation. It's always about what moves you and what speaks and resonates with you and where you are in life. Speaking about movement, some of the movements and postures in yoga can create a space for a lot of healing and release. There's so much research now backing up just how impactful yoga is for health, not only mental but also physical, including reducing inflammation for example. It's not just about flexibility and balance. With all this neurological research, we also have a lot more proof of the mirror neurons and the impact of them. In dance movement therapy, there's this technique called “mirroring” where you bring someone else's movement into your body, so that you're sharing the movement together and it's so impactful. There's definitely some overlap between yoga and dance movement therapy but there are also beautiful differences in those practices. There are a lot of dance movement therapists who are yoga teachers and there are a lot of yoga teachers that seem to have a dance background or a dance movement therapy background too. Using Dance Movement Therapy to Treat Chronic Illness and Pain We know dance movement therapy can help with anxiety and depression, but it can also help with physical pain and trauma. As we mentioned, the body and the mind are connected and there are many chronic illnesses that can be traced back to unresolved trauma and stored emotions. Using the movement therapy lens, there might be unresolved traumas and things held in the body. Someone can come in because they think they're depressed and then there's a lot more that we're unpacking and we're looking at during therapy. Likewise, if someone comes in with a chronic illness or chronic pain, they can process and explore and find out what the source of the illness is through dance movement therapy. So often in the mental health field what people hear is that there's a chemical imbalance and that they need medication, not to say that medications aren't sometimes appropriate and necessary and helpful, but it's important for people to know that there are other tools that they can use to heal. It's about opening up the possibilities for people so they don't feel stuck. Whether it's through movement therapy, talk therapy or a mix of both. There are also art therapists, drama therapists, music therapists, etc. There are many creative arts therapists out there, it's a matter of finding what works for you. And there's research behind all of these different techniques that show how they are all therapeutic and can help us heal. Recovery from stress and trauma can help with so many health issues, including anxiety, depression, fatigue, pain, digestive issues, autoimmunity, and recurrent infections, as well as HPV, and can help decrease risk of cancer, heart disease, dementia, and more. If you want to reach out to Chauncey and learn more about how she can help you, please make sure to check out her website or her Instagram @refresh.psychotherapynyc. She and the other clinicians in her clinic offer both in-office and virtual sessions. if you want to learn more about how stress and trauma affect us, and how to recover so that you can get back to feeling your best, you may want to read my book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health. In the book, I describe what I refer to as SelfC.A.R.E. based on your Stress Type. C stands for Clean Eating, A for adequate sleep, R for recovery activities, and E for exercise. I share the research behind how C.A.R.E. works in a daily routine to help us process stress. And why it's important to choose C.A.R.E., including movement/exercise, that matches for your body. To know your Stress Type, which is your unique cortisol and adrenaline levels based on how stresses have affected your adrenal function, you can take the quiz I developed. You can find the Stress Type® Quiz in the book and on my website. Then, if you're ready to start rebalancing your cortisol and neurotransmitters, to help your adrenals reset after stress exposure, you can start by ordering this home test kit. And you can also sign up for my Stress Warrior Online Program to guide you here. If you're interested in a safe and effective body, mind and spirit detoxification that will actually make you feel better and that you can do without affecting your daily routine, you can check out my New 14-Day Detox Program here. In the Detox Program I teach you to connect with yourself, and use mind-body tools, such as biofeedback, to process emotions. For the most comprehensive support to recover from stress and trauma, even with the most difficult health issues (physical or mental), it is best to meet with me one-on-one, which is available to you no matter where you are in the world (via phone or zoom). You can set up a one-on-one appointment with me here. We're here to help you! 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In this episode of the Road to Growth podcast, we are pleased to introduce you to Dan Sykes. Dan is an entrepreneur, filmmaker, bodyworker, and founder of the Somatic Training Network, a company dedicated to learning and sharing somatic arts and practices from around the world. Dan has studied somatic arts with instructors all over the world and earned the titles of Systema Bodywork Instructor and Martial Arts Instructor under Grand Master Mikhail Ryabko and Master Instructor Vladimir Vasiliev. He is in his fourth year of the Feldenkrais Method Professional Practitioner Programme, and has studied Yoga assisting, Anatomy Trains, Wheel of Consent, and Somatic Consent. Dan built and runs the world's only world class recording studio that is also a video production center and somatic arts training center, in which he records his fast-growing Podcast, Somatic Fanatic. Dan has also just released his first book 'Somatic Fanatic'. Adventurous, authentic and dynamic, Dan is a self-improvement fanatic, passionate about helping people maximize their lives! Learn more and connect with Dan Sykes by visiting him on Website : https://somaticlab.live/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUemR2opnKZBeClFxarQbSg Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SomaticFanatic/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/somaticfanatic/ Be sure to follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/to_growth on Facebook: facebook.com/Road2Growth Subscribe to our podcast across the web: https://www.theenriquezgroup.com/blog Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Cdmacc iTunes: https://apple.co/2F4zAcn Castbox: http://bit.ly/2F4NfQq Google Play: http://bit.ly/2TxUYQ2 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKnzMRkl-PurAb32mCLCMeA?view_as=subscriber If you are looking to be a Guest on Podcasts please click below https://kitcaster.com/rtg/ For any San Diego Real Estate Questions Please Follow Us at web: www.TheEnriquezGroup.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKnzMRkl-PurAb32mCLCMeA or Call : 858 -345 - 7829 Recently reduced properties in San Diego County * Click **** bit.ly/3cbT65C **** Here* ****************************************************************************
Marni welcomes Aaron Johnson to the Life Check Yourself studio where they discuss the importance of feeling your feels. The duo delves into the ways in which to hold that space for someone who might not have been socialized into expressing themselves in a healthy manner. Aaron is the co-founder of Holistic Resistance and Grief to Action where he works to help facilitate the healing process for men, particularly within BIPOC communities. How does one heal trauma and process it in a healthy way? And where do we start? Takeaways from this episode: - Why crying is a necessary release - What is tender platonic touching? - How to feel your feels Platonic Touching [08:40] In the exceedingly masculine culture that is America, many men suffer from what Aaron has termed being “chronically under-touched.” What that means is that they did not have enough tender platonic touching growing up. And this manifests in a certain way in one's adult life. Tenderness for men, with men, lands in our body initially as violence. It feels like violence, and violence feels like normal. We have to heal that trauma. Let Him Build Creativity [13:15] When men aren't coming from a chronically under-touched state, they are able to be more present within a relationship. But how does one nurture that side of themselves? One of the ways is through creativity. Now, that does not mean that as women, we need to do this for our partners but rather it means we need to be supportive of them while allowing them to do it on their own. This is a part of their growth. It's so important to practice being a good witness but not going in and rescuing right away. Release and Repair [19:20] Releasing and repairing are cornerstones of healing. Somatic experiences aid in the release necessary for healing trauma. Music is a somatic discharge experience. While it has historically been used as a means for healing, particularly within POC communities, music has recently become part of mainstream mental health toolkit. And for good reason, it is a method that is inspiring and profound. We don't have a life design in America to actually take somatic healing in its full depth; we're taking sip of it but we don't actually have a life design. Make a Connection: - 3 Secrets Men Wish You Knew *Free Download* - Follow us on Instagram @marnibattista_ - Aaron Johnson's Website: https://www.cutproject.org/ - Aaron Johnson's Instagram
Georges, a Treble Health patient, just joined Dr. Ben on the Tinnitus Relief Podcast to discuss his experience with somatic tinnitus. Their discussion focused on the psychological impact that tinnitus can have, and the tips and tricks that helped Georges to get to the point where he is today.
In this episode, NCCAkron's Executive/Artistic Director, Christy Bolingbroke enters the 'studio' with with Philadelphia-based dancer, choreographer, musician, photographer, and writer, Raphael Xavier. Xavier's extensive research in Hip Hop forms and culture, specifically Breaking, has led to the creation of Ground-Core, a Somatic dance technique. Originally from Wilmington, Delaware, Xavier is a 2013 Pew Fellowship Grantee and 2016 Guggenheim Fellow, and Princeton University professor.https://www.raphaelxavier.org/
On this episode of The Hive Cast Podcast, Hillary interviews Alicia Divers, a spiritual guide and Contemplative Activist based in New York City. Alicia is also the instructor for The Somatic Enneagram, a new course on The Hive. Learn more about The Somatic Enneagram course: https://www.thehiveapiary.com/all-courses/the-somatic-enneagram Learn more about Alicia Divers: Website: www.somatic-spirituality.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: somatic_spirituality
Somatic healing is mind, body, soul healing approach that focuses on relieving stored emotional trauma in the body. My guest on this episode is a Clinical Psychologist and Somatic Healing Practitioner. Please welcome Mari Hoar to the show! In this episode, we chat about:Mari's own personal healing journey.What is somatic healing and how does it work? How do you know if you have unprocessed childhood trauma?How can you begin to develop body awareness?How do you know when you're in a dissociative state?An example from Mari's therapy experience.Befriending your inner critic.The importance of listening to your body's signals.When we connect with our body, we can connect with the earth, tooEmail Mari @ DrMariHoar@gmail.comJoin The Soulful Summit Podcast Facebook Group!We grow and learn in community. My intention is for this group to be a helpful resource and support for you on your wellness and healing journey to your Higher Self. Overwhelmed and exhausted? Like you're constantly running on empty?Do you struggle to find work-life balance? This is why I designed a quiz, to help busy career women in their 30's and 40's who feel their life force is being drained reclaim their energy....by knowing their unique Self-Care Style.Quiz: What is Your Unique "Self-Care Style?"Follow me on Social!Instagram: @haleypeelcoachingFacebook: Haley Peel CoachingCheck out my website!Website: haleypeel.com
Episode at a Glance We've talked a lot about the different forms sex addiction and infidelity can manifest themselves in a relationship. But what can you do when the reaction to an exposure of addiction is silence, and face intimacy anorexia? I am so excited to be landing in Dallas, Texas today to speak with my new friend, Karen Rellos, Certified AASAT Intimacy Anorexia Coach and founder of Restored Hope Coaching & Redeeming Love Marriage Ministry. Karen explains what Intimacy Anorexia is, why it can be devistating to partners in a relationship, and what can be done to redeem love in a relationship after betrayal. Karen shares her betrayal story of how she suffered for years with soul-crushing emotional neglect and verbal abuse, and how she was able to find her voice in that abuse and restore her marriage. She then discusses how she used that experience to become an APSAT Certified Partner Coach, helping other women who suffer through intimacy anorexia reclaim their lives and relationships after betrayal. Who is Karen Rellos? Karen Rellos is an APSATS Certified Partner Coach. She is also an ICF Certified Christian Life Coach, certified and trained as an Intimacy Anorexia Coach with APSATS, and a Certified Partner Mentor with Bravehearts University. She is trained in “Couples-Centered Recovery Coaching” with Dr. Jake Porter of Daring Ventures. Karen has additional training in Somatic practices and Attachment theory/strategies. Karen leads weekly groups for “Live Free wives” ministry as well as Dr. Sheri Keffer's “Brave one Community,” in addition to her own groups and individual Coaching. Karen & her husband John work individually and collaboratively helping couples impacted from the devastation of betrayal / sex addiction and founded Restored Hope Coaching and Redeeming Love Marriage Ministry. They help support couples on the journey toward healing, wholeness and redemption. Resources: Our listeners can learn more about Karen's coaching sessions, access additional resources and contact her at her website: www.redeeming-love.com Follow Karen's Instagram: @redeeming.love Thank you so much for listening to this episode of Melody and Friends! If you haven't already please take the time to leave us a rating and review on our iTunes page as it helps us get more great episodes like this to you!
I was recently interviewed by Mark V Wiley for his ‘Transformations Podcast' with a particular focus on ritual, religion, meditation, martial arts, my teenage apprenticeship to a Christian mystic, and more. ... Mark's Shownotes: Our discussion touched a wide variety of subjects from Steve early childhood entering karate, being an altar boy and the comparative rituals of both, early fiction writing, and introduction to a Celtic mystic; crossing thresholds, energy work, altered states and meditation; ways to manage pain, merge with it and let it go; Movement Koan Method and migraine relief. 0:14 The Guru Viking - not just a guy on a boat 4:38 Non-ordinary lifestyle, aesthetic and embodied nature of karate 7:45 Profound Altar boy ritual experience, shared ideology but private faith, personal contemplative space 11:45 Story: Wado-Ryu karate 12:17 crossing thresholds: martial art and religious space and ritual 16:56 The young contemplative, TV sound meditation and thought problems 19:02 Observation of martial arts with and without ritual, Arrogance 21:30 Skatipat, no-mind, how thought brings you out of the altered state, meditative practices 23:48 The untangling of pain from emotion and psychological reactivity and physically bracing against it 27:21 Heroic "strong determination' sitting of Shinzen Young, working through pain in meditation 38:50 Ann array of techniques, ego, meditating with others on their terms, not being bound by dogma 41:22 More thoughts on Catholicism, the Bible, and door-knocking sects 44:00 Novel, Celtic mystic writing group, learn by doing and observing, listening to God and the still, small voice within, seeing with God's eyes 51:28 Mentoring, learning by osmosis and proximity, apprenticeship, The Paris Review 54:44 Scotitsh fencing team, weight training, if strong appear weak, deception/perception 1:01:29 Movement Koan Method, what to do after a spiritual epiphany, body movement riddles, muscular activation and somatic reference points, investigation and inquiry over imposition of answer 1:10:41 Somatic emphasis on the concept "there is only here and now, don't fight just feel and be" with it. 1:14:22 Zhan Zhuang qigong, water seeks its level, muscles, migraines, why we hold pain 1:15:34 Holding tension to withstand migraine and headache. Parallel to sitting meditation pain. Why we hold onto pain, persistent pain, mind/body pain, phantom pain, referred pain. 1:19:34 Dr. Wiley's Migraine cure - Headache's Relieved (book), Natural Solutions to Pain and Inflammation (book) 1:25:27 Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) Framework of excess, stagnation, deficiencies 1:27:35 Extending the sweet spot in wellness 1:29:33 Deliberate exposure to weak causing, homeopathy, resources for pain relief 1:34:18 ending comments More on Steve James and The Guru Viking Podcast found here: https://www.guruviking.com/ Transformations Podcast brought to you by: www.TambuliMedia.com ... To watch more of Mark's episodes, click here: https://www.youtube.com/@markvwiley
Happy Satiated Saturday! Sometimes I feel like the aftermath of a binge is a more intense moment to manage than the binge itself. Afterward is when all the shame, harsh internal criticism, and self-judgment come in. The inner dialogue is loud and mean. This can send you in all sorts of directions, making promises you know will feel hard to keep, and engaging in compensatory actions that don't align with your values of who you want to be.In this week's episode, I discuss the three parts of a binge eating experience, the difference between binge eating, emotional eating, and overeating, and three somatic resources you can start to practice in the aftermath of a binge. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/ending-the-internal-war-of-shame-and-guilt-after-binge-eatingIf you practice any of these somatic resources after a binge, email me at email@example.com and let me know how it goes! With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxSupport the showKeep in touch with Stephanie Mara here:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_stephaniemara/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniemarafoxWebsite: https://www.stephaniemara.com/https://www.somaticeating.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephmara/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephaniemarafoxContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show:Become a supporter of the show here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/809987/supportCheck out my favorite water filter: https://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=somaticeatingCheck out my favorite protein powder and receive 15% off when you use the code STEPHANIEMARA at checkout here: https://www.equipfoods.com/discount/STEPHANIEMARA?rfsn=7433250.c99684Use my Amazon Affiliate link when shopping on Amazon: https://amzn.to/448IyPl Special thanks to Bendsoun...
111 - Manifesting Generational Positive Change with Charlotte Estrada Charlotte Estrada is a mother, wife, social worker, and trauma-informed subconscious and somatic coach. She join my Soul Mastery School program a year and a half ago, and she's here to share her transformation story. Her main goal was to manifest more happiness and peace in her life, but the Universe brought her so much more. She healed her relationship with herself, saved her marriage, grew closer to her children, quit alcohol, became a coach, and is now on a mission to make a positive impact on the world with her own podcast called Healing and Dealing. I'm so deeply honored to be a part of Charlotte's journey. She's a truly incredible woman with so much to offer the world. Listen to the Healing and Dealing Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healing-dealing/id1692224499 Follow Charlotte's podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healinganddealing.podcast/ JOIN THE WAITLIST FOR SOUL MASTERY SCHOOL: https://www.natalieschlute.com/waitlist Join the Online Community for support: The Successful Soul Facebook Community Follow me on social media @natalieschlute on Instagram Natalie Schlute on YouTube Natalie Schlute on Pinterest For more info and freebies, go to: NatalieSchlute.com
Sarah is a life long veteran to the dance and fitness industry. She was born to dance and raised in a family owned dance studio while growing up. She started dancing competitively at a collegiate level when she was 8 years old. She continued dancing professionally and taught dance throughout the Utah and Maryland US areas. In May of 2010, She became a certified Zumba Instructor, which opened her love and admiration towards group fitness. She taught Zumba for 5 years, which led her receive GF/PT AFAA certifications and train in Beyond The Barre, Soul Cycle, Step & Ballet Fit formats. She created and started PHunk Fit in 2016 and trained over 100 PHunk Fit Instructors, with over 32 classes available and in 5 US States. In June of 2020, Sarah and her husband opened PHunk Studio SLC. Sarah's energy & passion towards all that she does, oozes in the room that she teaches in. This is her purpose and passion to be a vessel for those to open up their hearts and move with their SOULS! Find Sarah here Ashlynn Allen kicks divorce & betrayal in the teeth. With her real world example of what's possible after betrayal & how to live boldly with compassion & forgiveness while being boundaried & free from the past. She is an advocate for women who want to live a life full of adventure & freedom. Come listen to her perspectives while she has conversations with those she loves & respects who share their #bethebuffalo moments that may just help you shift your own journey in a beautiful way. Follow her on social media at HERE Retreats with her at HERE Mentor with her at HERE Move "Beyond Betrayal" with her at HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ashlynn-mitchell/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ashlynn-mitchell/support
Can the art of horse whispering, a perceptive communication technique, work to heal complex trauma in humans? Isabelle Shook, the founder of Equine Guidance in Sedona, AZ, believes that horses possess an empathetic energy––telegraphed via non-verbal cues––that can resolve symptoms of stress, shock, and trauma in those seeking support. In this episode of Transforming Trauma, Emily discovers how Belle fosters this unique therapeutic experience and the approaches she and her herd of four-legged collaborators utilize to encourage client transformation. The case studies referenced by Belle demonstrate NARM's compatibility with other trauma-informed modalities and its ability to transform the therapeutic process. About Isabelle Shook: Isabelle Shook MC, NBCC, LPC, SEP, NARM, BCC is the founder of Equine Guidance. She is an intuitive therapist, board-certified coach, and licensed counselor focusing on personal growth, leadership development, and trauma-informed care. As a pioneer in Equine Therapy, Belle and her three horses have been working together since 2004 to assist people in developing their potential through healing and fine-tuning their neurobiology. Learn More: Website To read the full show notes and discover more resources visit https://www.narmtraining.com/podcast *** NARM Training Institute https://www.NARMtraining.com View upcoming trainings: https://narmtraining.com/schedule Join the Inner Circle: https://narmtraining.com/online-learning/inner-circle Sign up for a free preview of The NARM Inner Circle Online Membership Program: https://www.narmtraining.com/freetrial *** The NARM Training Institute provides tools for transforming complex trauma through: in-person and online trainings for mental health care professionals; in-person and online workshops on complex trauma and how it interplays with areas like addiction, parenting, and cultural trauma; an online self-paced learning program, the NARM Inner Circle; and other trauma-informed learning resources. We want to connect with you! Facebook @NARMtraining YouTube Instagram @thenarmtraininginstitute
Helen is a life coach who helps women heal their trauma through somatic healing practices so you can get to the root of all of your blocks, limited beliefs and anything holding you back in life. Specialised in reprogramming the subconscious brain, inner child healing, womb healing and masculine and feminine energetics. Awakening your feminine energy and healing your relationship with the masculine, so you can create a life that you love and truly be the person you want to be, living your life in true alignment. Helen is currently taking on 1:1 clients and provides intimate and intuitive coaching sessions which are personalised to you. Helen provides a free discovery call so she can get to know you can discuss what you want to work on so she can suggest the best package for you. Helen's Instagram Helen's Website WE DISCUSS: Helen's journey from geography teacher to life coach & practitioner How doing personal development work has helped make Helen a better parent Favourite feminine energy tools How to romanticise our lives more What is manifestation & how to do it What is somatic healing & what to expect during a session MENTIONED: CASTOR VIDA on AMRITA - Create an account using my invite code 'LSO6PQ' & you will receive 10% client discount on your orders - UK Previous episode on Human Design Book on Feminine Energy ------- MY LINKS: AIR DOCTOR & AMAZING AIR - Use code AMAZINGVIV for £200 off, applicable for UK purifiers COLLEGE OF NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE (CNM) REFERRAL LINK (GET £250 OFF) QUEENS OF THRONES CASTOR OIL KIT - Use code HORMONES10 for 10% off - USA GET FITT INFRARED SAUNA - Use code VIVIEN45 for £45 off BON CHARGE - Grab my favourite Blue Light Blocking Glasses - Use code HORMONES10 for £10 off worldwide KING - Try my favourite ORGANO KING coffee WELLEASY FAVOURITE PRODUCTS - Use code VIVIEN10 for £10 off (first £50+ order) & a 30-day free trial ------- Got a podcast question? Send you emails to email@example.com Enjoyed this episode? Leave me a rating and review so that I can share this podcast with more women Want more from me? You can find me online… WEBSITE PCOS SUCCESS COURSE 1:1 ROOT CAUSE RELIEF PACKAGE IM-BALANCED GROUP COACHING MOLD RECOVERY COURSE ENROLMENT CALL LINK FREE DOWNLOADS INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK EMAIL Tune in now on iTunes, Spotify, my website or watch on Youtube (Viva Natural Health) If you are enjoying the podcast, please leave me a rating and review, as this helps me to reach more women and continue to interview awesome guests! Make sure you hit subscribe so that you never miss an episode!
If you're a beginner with no experience in somatic healing, you really shouldn't be doing it by yourself. Somatic healing like breathwork, meridians, movement, and certain types of tapping, can trigger the nervous system into a HYPER survival mode. Somatic healing has layers and the types of safety to be considered has levels too! In this episode, let's dive into what it means to avoid the biggest somatic healing mistake. ⭐ Beginners - start here: https://flowbreathworktraining.com/orderbreathe ⭐ Intermediate - FLOW21: a 21 day self-paced journey in somatic healing through movement, elemental, and energy sciences. Do Flow Breathwork up to 10 mins a day with video guidances, and activate inner healing to help regulate and release emotions! https://alwaysplaystudios.thrivecart.com/flow/ ⭐ Train as a breathwork facilitator: https://www.flowbreathworktraining.com/
Themes: Repeating Patterns, Trauma, Mental Health, Somatic Therapy, Chaos, Addiction, Healing, Detox, Religion, Spirituality, Truth, Acceptance, Authenticity, Belonging, Transformation Summary: Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Britt Frank! Britt is a licensed psychotherapist and trauma expert who is trained in IFS (Internal Family Systems) and SE (Somatic Experiencing). In addition to her private practice, Britt is also a speaker and an award-winning adjunct instructor at the University of Kansas, where she's taught classes on ethics, addiction, and clinical social work. In this episode, Britt opens up about her own journey through addiction, how she was finally able to address and accept her challenging childhood, and how she got “unstuck” from it all—coining the term “the science of getting unstuck.” Join us as we explore the reasoning behind our repeating patterns and how we can boldly address the truths on the other side of them to help ourselves get unstuck, love ourselves fully, and live in the present moment. Discover: The science behind the concept of being stuck and how to get unstuck How we can accept the truth about our past and use it as a stepping stone to being more present today The power of a “micro-yes” How to become a responsible adult and commit to your truth 00:00 Intro 00:32 The Science of Stuck 02:42 Why do we think we don't have a choice? 04:50 Stop being the nice guy 07:07 Understanding the pathology of our behavior 09:31 Somatic therapy vs. psychotherapy 12:39 It's me, I'm the problem! 14:24 How do we get unstuck? 16:52 The power of a ‘micro-yes' 19:40 Learn to tolerate the chaos 25:25 Joining a cult 29:59 What influences people to get addicted? 32:13 Let go of your past 35:31 When truth comes forward 39:09 Acceptance without understanding won't work 42:59 Don't gaslight yourself out of trauma 45:28 Becoming a responsible adult 47:15 Come up with a survival plan 49:51 Detox and withdrawal 54:36 Live in the present moment 56:03 Spiritual aspect of psychology 59:32 Commit to your truth Links: Book: www.scienceofstuck.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brittfrank Sponsors: Cured Nutrition | Use code CREATETHELOVE for 20% off all products at http://www.curednutrition.com/createthelove Create the Love Cards | Use code CTLCARDS15 for 15% off at http://createthelove.com/cards See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.