Posts Tagged ‘bioenergetics’

Dont’ Leave Your Body at the Door

Bring All of You to Therapy Talking about your problems is good. We have all said things like, let’s talk about it. Let’s discuss this. How do you feel about that? We’ll sort this out. Your counselor or therapist may have said these statements to you. Talking is helpful; up to a point. But there…

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My Top 11 Songs to Start Your Day

Change Your Song, Change Your Life “May you arise each day with a voice of blessing whispering in your heart that something good is going to happen to you.”  – John O’Donohue Our thoughts matter. They are especially important when you begin your day. Our first thoughts when we wake up can set direction of…

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Gratitude All Year Long – Yes, Yes!

Is Gratitude Really Important? Thanksgiving is over. During this holiday most of us are grateful; we’re supposed to be. We stop and acknowledge the good in our life. We enjoy our family, eats lots of turkey, stuffing and pie. After this holiday we go back to our daily lives and get ready for the holidays.…

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What is Somatic Psychotherapy? And How It Can Help You.

Bioenergetic Analysis, or Bioenergetic Psychotherapy, is a form of Somatic Psychotherapy or Body Psychotherapy. It is a unique and well-established psychotherapy that helps to resolve emotional issues through work with the body and the mind within the context of a safe therapeutic relationship. As an evidenced based modality, it provides a powerful way for people to…

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Fully Alive and Joyful

Joyfully alive. I have been asking myself lately when do I feel very alive, present and joyful? We went zip lining while were in Costa Rica. I definitely felt alive then! What about in my everyday life? I feel alive when I am outdoors, moving, breathing and enjoying the beauty around me. I feel joy…

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Breathe

Breathe – you have probably heard this many times: just relax, breathe. Yes your breath helps you be you. Try these easy steps several times a day to regain your center, to help feel more calm and be more focused: Take a few breaths and notice how you are breathing. Is your breath fast, shallow,…

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