Sensations You May Notice When Beginning Your Clinical Somatics Practice

By |February 6th, 2023|Clinical Somatics exercises, your personal practice|

Sensations You May Notice When Beginning Your Clinical Somatics Practice The main effect of Clinical Somatics exercises is the release of chronic muscle tension. But along with the retraining of the nervous system can come a variety of sensations—some of which may be surprising and even unpleasant. Please read this article if [...]

The Pace of the Learning Process

By |February 3rd, 2023|Clinical Somatics exercises, your personal practice|

The Pace of the Learning Process If the course moves too slowly or quickly for you: Some students feel frustrated that their course is moving too slowly, while others feel overwhelmed because it's moving too quickly! The pace of the courses is designed to give you a learning experience similar to working with a [...]

Developing Your Own Daily Practice

By |February 1st, 2023|Clinical Somatics exercises, your personal practice|

You can listen to Sarah's podcast on this topic here: Developing Your Daily Practice of Clinical Somatics Exercises Scroll down to watch this video on Youtube While the exercises in my online courses are taught in a certain order and at a set pace, the intention of the courses is that you [...]

How to Allow Change to Happen Instead of Forcing It

By |September 22nd, 2020|Clinical Somatics exercises, self-healing, your personal practice|

How to Allow Change to Happen Instead of Forcing It Have you had the experience of trying really hard to make something happen, over and over, and it just won't happen? Then you finally stop trying to force it – and that's when it happens? People often use the example of romantic relationships: stop [...]

How to Even out the Imbalances in Your Body

By |October 30th, 2019|leg length discrepancy, muscle memory, muscle tension, pain & pain relief, posture, scoliosis, your personal practice|

How to Even out the Imbalances in Your Body Scroll down to watch this video on Youtube We all have imbalances in the patterns of muscle tension between our right and left sides; that's because of how we use the dominant side of our body differently than our non-dominant side. These imbalanced muscular patterns [...]

Unlocking Your Body: Your Personal Process of Releasing Tension and Pain

By |June 24th, 2019|aging, Clinical Somatics exercises, learn the basics, muscle memory, muscle tension, pain & pain relief, pandiculation, your personal practice|

Unlocking Your Body: Your Personal Process of Releasing Tension and Pain Many people ask me how long it will take them to release their chronic tightness or get out of pain. I wish I could answer this question, but the truth is that everyone's patterns of muscular tension and pain are so unique that [...]

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