Embodying our yolk sac and amniotic cavity offer us support in front bending, back bending, and in balancing.
Explore along with Bonnie how your pelvic diaphragm and perineal body and how they support the abdomen in this short video.
So many of us have been instructed to lift our sternums to achieve a form or posture. It’s a mechanical action that can tighten our spine, ribs, sternum, and shoulders.
Bonnie’s experience of the crura of the thoracic diaphragm differs from what’s found in the literature.
This is an exploration on perceiving where the weight of your consciousness is.
We perceive through experience.
What is the difference between visualization, somatization, and embodiment?
Embryology is the study of space and structure. We’re embodying the space in which our early structures developed. It is the space that holds the information.
Patterns of stress and trauma are usually approached through the nervous system. It can also be helpful to drop underneath the nervous system to the circulation of our blood.
Initiating movement from the front body and the back body has very different qualities and consciousness.
Embryologically, the heart begins as two tubes that join together in front of the mouth, which is above the brain at this point in development.
When there is a problem in an upper or lower limb, going back to their embryological origins, including exploring how the joint spaces informed the development of the bones…