The process of Formative Embodiment engages the individual on at least three levels:

  • The biological/genetic, through which the physical body and its survival programming appears to us as a given.
  • The social formative influence, through which we embody forms that enable us to organize effective roles and responses within our tribe.
  • Our personal layer, through which we come to embody values, objectives and lifestyles that express our uniqueness.

Most people are in a continual negotiation among these three domains in an attempt to discover a coherent and satisfying way to meet their needs.
Embodiment is thus an ongoing, never-ending process through which we adapt to life stages and transitions, providing us with opportunities and challenges to forming ourselves throughout the life cycle.

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Meet our Teacher

Jim Feil

Craniosacral Biodynamics and Pre- and Perinatal Therapy