Life shapes us.....
As human beings, we are designed to respond to: love, care, beauty-to threat or injury to body and heart.
Trauma is fundamentally non-verbal, stored in our brains and bodies, often in the form of nervous system distress: on-going pain or muscle tension, gastrointestinal discomfort, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, or migraine headaches.
We all have a profound ability to heal, to increase our capacity for self-regulation and resilience.
Drawing from a variety of healing strategies, Moriah crafts each session, listening together with her clients to respond to their bodies needs.
Somatic Experiencing (SE)
was created by Peter Levine to address the biology of trauma. Supporting and working with the nervous system in unique ways, SE more successfully addresses the underlying trauma patterns that perpetuate chronic distress. Focusing on building resilience, and accessing the inherent wisdom in our bodies to facilitate the restoration of health and well being.
more directly attends to the tonus system (too tight, too loose) in the soft tissues of the body, assessing and treating both acute and chronic pain patterns and dysfunction.
works with a light dynamic touch to improve the function of the cranial bones, strengthen the intracranial membrane system and facilitate better movement of the fluids in the brain and spinal column.
Licensed in massage therapy since 1985, Moriah practices numerous styles of soft tissue therapy in order to work sensitively and successfully with people who have been injured or have experienced life altering situations.
Although neruomuscular therapy and craniosacral therapy do indeed achieve remarkable results, recent research, and my experience, suggest that restoring resilience to the nervous system is an essential ingredient in facilitating and maintaining recovery and healing.
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