Organs provide us with our sense of volume, full-bodiedness, and organic authenticity. They are the primary habitats or natural environments for our emotions, aspirations, and the memories of our inner reactions to our personal histories.
They develop very early in the embryological process and underlie the development of other body systems. If there is a difficulty in alignment, flexibility, or strength, initiating movement or sound from the organs or working with them using touch can provide ways to change the skeletomuscular system.
Endocrine glands are the body’s major chemical governing system. They are closely aligned to the nervous system. Their secretions pass directly into the bloodstream and their balance or imbalance influences all the cells in the body.
Endocrine glands affect not only their immediate physical location, but the entire spine and specific and direct areas of the limbs.
Initiating movement or sound in the glands or working hands-on with them can bring increased mobility, strength, and balance to the spine, integrated with freedom and subtle articulation through the limbs.
There is a lot of emphasis on strength and alignment being achieved through holding in the spine and local tightening in the muscles.
What I’m sharing in this course is how to let go of the local tightening and holding to find the strength, ease, freedom, and expression that emerges when we embody and engage with the organs and endocrine glands.
I invite you to join me on this journey through the organs and endocrine glands in my new online course, Embodying Authenticity, Organicity, and Expression: Organs and Glands as a Foundation for Movement, Touch, and Voice.
The classes are prerecorded so you can go at your own pace.
Registration includes unlimited lifetime access to the class recordings and more than 80 downloadable illustrations and documents.
I am looking forward to sharing with you.