This is an exploration on perceiving where the weight of your consciousness is.
Receiving Information through Sensory Nerves and Motor Nerves
Information comes in through the back of the brain (lower hindbrain) and travels to the front of the brain (frontal lobe/cortex).
Sitting in the Synapse in the Posterior Horns of the Spinal Cord
Nerves communicate with each other through spaces between them called synapses.
The Nervous System as a Recording System | Cells Inform the Brain
When we open the back of our brain (lower hindbrain) to receive information, the cells inform the brain. The brain can then organize this information into new patterns.
Relationship Between the Pelvis and the Voice
Part of empowering our voice is embodying its embryological beginnings and connection to our perineal body in the center of our pelvic diaphragm.
Exploring Fat as a Fluid
What happens when you explore fat as a dynamic fluid rather than resist or repress it?
Visualization, Somatization, and Embodiment
What is the difference between visualization, somatization, and embodiment?
Free Your Spine through Changing How You Transfer Your Weight
The pubic disk is the keystone of legs. That means transferring our weight through the pubic disk rather than the sacrum can free our spine.
Lengthening and Shortening Contractions of the Diaphragm for Ease of Movement and Breath
Injuries almost always occur on the lengthening contractions. A key to preventing injuries is to feel the counterbalance of the shortening contraction underneath the….
How to Open Your Heart Without Unknowingly Closing the Back of Your Heart
Many of us are unknowingly compressing the back of our heart in our effort to open the front of it. This can put pressure on the pulmonary vessels.
The Space Holds the Information
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.
Supporting the Nervous System through Exploring the Weight and Flow of Blood
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 back body
Initiating movement from the front body and the back body has very different qualities and consciousness.
Bowing from the Heart Versus Bowing From the Head (Nervous System)
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.
Bones create structure, muscles and nerves create movement
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…