Somatic Experiencing

Sick and tired of being in chronic pain? A success story from the archives.

2019-04-30T13:06:27-07:00

Two days ago I went skiing with the individual I highlight below. On our way up the hill we were chatting about recovering from injuries and how her outlook on healing - as well as her pain - changed after she starting working with me. We are good buds now [...]

Sick and tired of being in chronic pain? A success story from the archives.2019-04-30T13:06:27-07:00

New space. New city. New name. New title. Vancouver here we come!

2019-04-30T13:06:27-07:00

New Space On March 1st I will be entering into a very new, exciting and "holy shit this is really happening!" phase of my life. I've got a brand spanking new space in downtown Vancouver in the Duncan Building. Suite 313, 119 West Pender Street to be exact. Here's a visual. In [...]

New space. New city. New name. New title. Vancouver here we come!2019-04-30T13:06:27-07:00

My year of heaven, hell and healing. What I’m certain of as I roll into 2012.

2019-04-30T13:06:28-07:00

In July 2010 I decided to leave Whistler for a six month hiatus. I drove many many miles in my trusty station wagon. I visited many great friends and colleagues. I followed my gut. My instincts led me. It was glorious. During the tail end of the trip I found [...]

My year of heaven, hell and healing. What I’m certain of as I roll into 2012.2019-04-30T13:06:28-07:00

Near-death experiences (NDE’s), anesthesia states, surgical procedures: Potential medical problems that can follow and how to heal: A Skype Client from Tennessee Writes of Her Improvements

2019-04-30T13:06:33-07:00

Click here to re-tweet "Near-death experiences (NDE's), anesthesia states, surgical procedures: Potential medical problems that can follow and how to heal: A Skype Client from Tennessee Writes of Her Improvements" // I just received this LOVELY letter (see below where it says "Julianne's Letter") from a client way back in [...]

Near-death experiences (NDE’s), anesthesia states, surgical procedures: Potential medical problems that can follow and how to heal: A Skype Client from Tennessee Writes of Her Improvements2019-04-30T13:06:33-07:00

The Present Problem with Moshe Feldenkrais’ Work (as it’s “traditionally” taught). An 8-Week Pilot Period: The anecdotal results are in!

2019-04-30T13:06:33-07:00

Click here to re-tweet "The Present Problem with Moshe Feldenkrais' Work (as it's "traditionally" taught). An 8-Week Pilot Period: The anecdotal results are in!" “To be sanguine about the future, however, requires a plausible basis for constructive action: you cannot describe possibilities for that future unless the present problem is [...]

The Present Problem with Moshe Feldenkrais’ Work (as it’s “traditionally” taught). An 8-Week Pilot Period: The anecdotal results are in!2019-04-30T13:06:33-07:00

FAQ Regarding “What I Do”

2019-04-30T13:06:34-07:00

I get a lot of the same questions from folk, trying to 'figure out' what I do, or how 'I work'. It's not an easy bunch of questions to answer because everyone is different and we all have different experiences with body-work, body-based forms of psychotherapy, movement classes etc. And [...]

FAQ Regarding “What I Do”2019-04-30T13:06:34-07:00

My personal story with all “the juicy” details

2019-04-30T13:06:36-07:00

My story goes something like this In 2001, my kneecap spontaneously broke in half while I was walking down a flight of stairs. Yep, you read right. And 'Ouch' is right too! It was a complication from an ACL (anterior cruciate knee ligament) surgery, and, it was without a doubt the [...]

My personal story with all “the juicy” details2019-04-30T13:06:36-07:00

Lessons from a Stubbed Toe: “Accident-Trauma-First Aid”

2019-04-30T13:06:36-07:00

 Stubbing my toe in Berkeley. I was walking quite fast through the residential area of Berkeley, California, this past October. I was wearing my open-toed Birkenstock sandals when BAM! “Ouch, #!^*…Oh, that REALLY hurts...” An uneven slab of sidewalk had put an abrupt stop to the forward motion of my second toe on [...]

Lessons from a Stubbed Toe: “Accident-Trauma-First Aid”2019-04-30T13:06:36-07:00

Part 2. Refining the Somatic Practices: My Science Geek Shines Through

2019-04-30T13:06:44-07:00

I ended Part 1: Refining the Somatic Practices: The Story of Jenny and Susan, with this question: "How can we evolve our somatic practices to meet the changing needs of people, not to mention the diversity of people coming to us, especially in a class format?" First of all, a [...]

Part 2. Refining the Somatic Practices: My Science Geek Shines Through2019-04-30T13:06:44-07:00

Part 1. Refining the Somatic Practices: The Story of Jenny and Susan

2019-04-30T13:06:44-07:00

I think it might have been in June last year when one of my teachers said: "The somatic practices need to be more refined." These seven words really, REALLY, got me thinking. In 7 months of thinking and asking other people - my clients, colleagues, teachers - it seems unanimous: Yep. Refinement [...]

Part 1. Refining the Somatic Practices: The Story of Jenny and Susan2019-04-30T13:06:44-07:00
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