Stress is weathering our bodies, brains, and souls. Stress doesn’t choose sides. It affects every system of the body all at once.
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We are energetic beings having a human experience. Our energy fields are a repository for our experiences throughout life.
Identifying what causes mood swings allows us to understand our triggers and in turn, practice prevention so we can feel more balanced.
Our muscles and joints are designed explicitly with our fascia network. This incredible continuum of connective fibers shapes us. How we carry ourselves over time, injury, and tension lines become movement patterns.
Cultivating a relationship with our bodies reminds us that we are not alone. We have a companion for life and a fellow traveler on this extraordinary journey.
Waking up to our bodies is about reconnecting to our senses. Collaborative Integrative Care is about. Developing a relationship with our brain, body, and heart that expands the territory of living a life with meaning.
While in the high desert, Janice had the opportunity to spend a lot of time in practice. This means turning up the volume of the body’s senses. All the while developing awareness by paying attention.
Last week I spent time in the high desert completing my second Psoas Application Course with Liz Koch. Not only is Liz my colleague, mentor, and friend, she is brilliant. I met Liz in NYC at a workshop where she morphed my perspective of body mind ecology twelve years ago. Since then, I’ve been honored to have studied and collaborated with her Core Awareness process. Liz embodies her work in a way that has profoundly influenced my approach to body as process and somatics as language. I am transformed each time I study with her. She continues to influence the shape how I design my company from a living systems perspective.
From my heart, thank you, Liz.
Integrative health care is a woven tapestry of practices promoting a connection to ourselves and life. Cultivating a ritual of care creates an experience for integration.
Pronounced “Chee-gunhg,” Qigong has been used for thousands of years to soothe the harmful effects of illness and as a preventive healthcare practice.