A community question and Bonnie’s response about exploring the dance of creation between the egg and the sperm when someone has been conceived through in vitro fertilization.
This is a consciousness story of the dance of creation between the egg and the sperm.
This short lesson is a guide for you to bring more clarity and freedom to your diaphragm and upper abdominal region through breathing, cellular consciousness, and movement.
I enjoyed your video on Postural Tone in Relation to Gravity and Space. However, I’m not sure how to connect with my cellular matrix. Do you have any suggestions for how to make this connection?
The dance and interweaving of the pathways of tonal flow establish the foundation for our movement and create the bridge between earth and heaven and between our inner sense of self…
This video is an introduction to embryonic breathing. I share my story and experience with embryonic breathing, the anatomy of embryonic breathing, and a somatization to guide you through your own exploration of embryonic breathing.
Join Bonnie in this recording from her presentation at the Somatic Movement Summit.
Opening our awareness to our breathing in the calls and alveoli (air sacs) of the lungs engenders a quiet, meditative state of being. It is a state of receptivity to what is, rather than what we think or wish would be.
When I first began to feel this slow brain wave, as I said in my previous letter, I felt it initiate in my pericardium a moment before my brain. Rather like a pause before we take a breath.
I would like to share with you an embodied somatization that has been calming and perhaps at a deep level life-changing for me.
We are excited to share with you the Somatics Festival 2019 archival website!
What is your experience when you engage the crura of your thoracic diaphragm to support your core, rather than just engaging your muscles?
“What does it look like to hold a baby in a moving way” is a powerful question. Here are some explorations I can offer that may help to clarify your experience of what this means.
One fun way to experience space is to move in whatever manner is possible for you. I will, for the sake of words, offer the suggestion to begin by walking through space.
How do you know when you are in your body and when you are not, if you have never had the experience?