21st century PSOMATICS ~ Sensory Movement Coaching ~ will help you learn how to relax your muscles and increase full-body mobility. It is your first-person experience of how you move from within.
This is done by way of guided Proprioception - improving your awareness of body posture, movement and equilibrium changes, also your knowledge of position, weight and resistance in space.
Guidance is given of the Means Whereby ~ a movement is performed with conscious control, leading to your increased consciousness and awareness of how you move your body.
You will learn how to Pandiculate ~ make a strong contraction and then relaxation of your chronically contracted, cramped, and amnesic muscles ~ bringing about release of negative, habituated and unhealthy body patterns (of being and experiencing oneself), which, in turn, facilitate a return of trusting in one's inherent body wisdom, leading to permanent, positive changes in your movement and brain patterns through YOUR self-teaching, self-learning, self-sensing and self-regulating practice of being a SOMA ~ a "living, aware, bodily person" - meaning a conscious body, experienced and regulated from within.
Somatic Movement Workshop
@ The Amethyst Cave
181 Seabourne Road
6 weekly sessions
Wednesdays 13:00 - 14:00 hrs
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To be coached means having a personal instructor with expertise in a particular subject, who will transport you from where you are now - to where you want to be. Psomatics is an Ideal Movement Practice for those with ongoing injuries and pain, also a preparation for further fitness challenges.
Somatics is a Gentle and Restorative practice of learning how to experience your body from within ~ enabling your first-person experience of improved muscle function and enhanced sensory awareness.
By way of Pandiculation - using a strong voluntary contraction followed by Release and Relief for your amnesic muscles (and muscle groups), to return them under your full control.
Sensory Motor Amnesia is the condition of chronically tight muscles that have developed due to accidents, injuries, surgeries, and ongoing stress. Learn how to re-train your brain and muscles to remember when you moved more freely and easily ... and return, with practice, to effortless movement.
To release tight and contracted muscles, leading to relief from stress and pain, resulting in awareness of new movement choices and patterns:
Week 1 - The back muscles
Week 2 - Stomach muscles
Week 3 - The waist
Week 4 - Trunk area
Week 5 - Hip joint muscles
Week 6 - Neck and shoulders
call/text: 07427 308661
will fall into disuse:
If used it will stay functional, if we don't use it, we will lose it. That is often what has happened to people with pain; they have given over their conscious control over muscles to the brainstem. The brainstem has to do with unconscious fast movement and the sensory-motor cortex has to do with voluntary control of a movement. The sensory-motor cortex has the unique ability to reset the resting level of the muscle and this is achieved by way of refined slow movements.