Dear Voice Body Mind Community, I’m delighted to be one of many speakers at the 2020 Embodiment Conference, October 14 – 25, and share with you this opportunity to participate. Teachers across the globe will be offering their practical skills and…
Has hibernation combined with stress changed your relationship with Food or exacerbated old patterns?
Learn some simple strategies for taking charge of your eating and boost your immune system as a side benefit!
Physiologically we benefit from singing. The act of singing allows our exhalation to extend longer, promoting increased oxygenation. As a result, we may feel a decrease of anxiety, an increase of alertness and energy.
Fear is experienced in the body as well as the mind. For this reason we need to find ways to calm our bodies in order to help quiet our thoughts. Stated differently, if we can calm our body we can help calm our mind.
It’s an opportunity to learn how to be with your emotions without needing to distract or numb or medicate. To learn how to take a pause between the urge for food (or the itch on your nose) and the old, automatic reaction. And in that pause, to discover the freedom that comes with being able to make a choice.
Paula Sager shares a contemplative practice of embodied awareness in solidarity with all who are quarantined or choosing to stay safe in place. If you don’t have access to a candle or matches, you can substitute the moon, or light coming through a window, or an empty chair, or a little stone, or …
One of the most basic needs we have as humans is to feel safe – psychologically and physically. Yet many of us are experiencing once simple tasks, such going to the grocery store, as unsafe in our current environment. Without knowing it, our deepest survival responses may be activated in the face of the invisible threat posed by Covid-19.