Self-Reflection, Awareness, and Discernment
What if you applied a natural meditative awareness to your life for three deep breaths a few times a day?
The Somatic Mindfulness Process is a form of Somatic Therapy and a daily practice. As a form of therapy, Somatic Mindfulness asks you to develop a conscious and deliberate relationship with your embodied, or ‘felt sense’ experience. This includes your posture, how you breathe, how amped up your nervous system and stress hormones are, and the subtle ways that your emotional experience makes your whole body feel.
In a therapeutic setting, the focus is on processing embodied trauma, relieving physical and emotional pain, while tapping into your deepest and most authentic personal resources.
As a daily practice, Somatic Mindfulness is a combination of Meditation, Breathwork, Body/Mind Reintegration, Metabolic Fitness, and Sobriety. Every day, a few times per day, you will be asked to find a creative and meaningful way to connect to your experience and your resourcefulness. This is a process and will guide you into a more tangible relationship with your nervous system, your instinctual and emotional triggers, and how to reorient yourself after a stressful experience.