Touch is the sense we rely on most for reality.
This course shows why connecting to the body is so helpful in dealing with trauma. Through skills of relational touch we can help our clients find wholeness and safety again.
Steve Haines has been a chiropracter for over two decades and teaches TRE and Cranial work all over the world. He is the co-author of ‘Cranial Intelligence’ and author of the short graphic books ‘Pain Is Really Strange’ and ‘Trauma Is Really Strange’. Understanding the science of pain and trauma has transformed his approach to healing.
Join Steve as he discusses embodied cognition, an approach that celebrates that we are embedded in a the world. An approach where consciousness is a process that emerges only through the engagement of body in our environment.
In this series of three one-hour lessons you will learn:
How trauma is rooted in overactive protective physiological reflexes, survival gestures locked in our body
Why connecting to the body is useful in trauma
What embodiment is
The connection between consciousness, cognition and the body
How touch can help clients recover from flashbacks and anxiety
About different models of how the mind and the body work together
About new modes of sensing, moving, feeling and touching
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