Body-centered trauma work is based on the work of Eugene Gendlin PhD, Peter Levine PhD, Bessel van der Kolk MD,  and others. Unlike traditional psychotherapy where traumatic memories are analyzed and integrated mainly through conscious, verbal processing, this approach involves accessing the stored residue of traumatic experiences through a "felt sense" in the body. Clearing, integration and resolution of these experiences occurs predominantly through right-brained, non-logical processes.

During a session

While lying comfortably on the table in a safe and sacred space, you  are guided and supported in exploring your stuck patterns and old wounds through becoming aware of body sensations. This experience may bring up images, feelings and memories that lie beneath the surface to work with and transform.  The process aims at empowering you to gain insights, catalyze healing to resolve old wounds, and integrate new patterns that are aligned with your own soul blueprint.  

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