Embodiment

How To use Marma Therapy To Heal Stress And Spiritual Pain

I have a few markers of where I am with my health; restful sleep is at the top of the list. We all experience stress and suffering, whether it be our own or in the space of empathy for others. The brain and nervous system are built for protection, but there is a limit to […]

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How To Be With Family When You Are Oversensitive

Vacationing to see family can be a trigger and that is where I am as I write this. The joke is that if you want to test your mental strength and spiritual attainment, spend time with family. I have always been and continue to be “too sensitive”.  Doing embodied practices does not desensitize me. Quite

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Can You Give Yourself 71 Minutes One Morning In June?

Welcome into June! As a lifelong Northern hemisphere dweller, June has always been my favorite month, if only for the beauty of the landscape and abundant light. My recent move to new weather patterns has made “June” one of my favorite words in the English language. A walk down the Irish boreen brings me yellow

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Helping Students Overcome Practice Challenges Through Interoception in Somatics

This article was originally published by the International Association of Yoga Therapists, Yoga Therapy Today, Winter 2018, Yoga Therapy in Practice, www.iayt.org  Increased interoceptive awareness—the deep knowledge of what’s occurring in the physical body, the soma—can be a negative experience for some. Notwithstanding the long-term benefits clients gain through heightened self-awareness, we yoga therapists may find ourselves

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Meditation Is The Path to Enlightenment

Imprisoned in the house from the cold, Christmas is a holiday to get through and New Year’s resolutions have never worked for me, so I struggle… every year, this time of year.   Repressed memories.   Unreached goals. Fear of more failure.   Gratitude for having more than enough laced with guilt in thinking of

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