Somatic Psychotherapy

Mindful, somatic psychotherapy allows us to observe and study the subtle moment-to-moment experiences that are happening in the body beneath the stories we speak. Our unconscious beliefs and emotional blueprints lie at the foundation of our lives but seem to remain just outside our conscious awareness. As we develop our capacity to notice, listen to and meet these experiences, insight and change happens without force, in a way that is so deeply touching and trustworthy.
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Conscious Relating

Relationships offer an unparalleled container for transformation. As we gain insight into our protective strategies and the ways we habitually and unconsciously protect around love, we increase our capacity for intimacy. A somatic and mindfulness-centred approach  drops below the endless stories and cycles of blame to study the body in the very moments of arising activation. Here, we gain access to our unseen vulnerability and our yearning for undefended love.
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Embodied Sexuality

Sex remains mysteriously unintegrated in our lives AND in our healing modalities, probably because the shame and taboo that continues to surround it impacts ALL of us. A somatic and mindfulness-based approach reveals both the physiological and the psychological patterns that unconsciously direct our sexuality. When our inner world becomes the instrument through which we meet the other, sexuality transforms into a sacred expression of who we are.
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“It’s dark because you are trying too hard. Lightly child, lightly. Learn to do everything lightly. Yes, feel lightly even though you are feeling deeply. Just lightly let things happen an lightly cope with them.”
Aldoux Huxley

“Tantra leads us into a profound and infinite joyousness, but in a way that is awesomely challenging — because, sooner or later, tantric practices bring into our awareness every painful experience that we have encoded in our embodiment.”
Barnaby BarrattWhat is Tantric Practice