Professional Bodyworker in Tucson, AZ
Having a body is a privilege, learning to decipher its communication is a practice. Life requires a continual participation and reconnection in how we are inhabiting our body.
Our body has three basic physiological states; relaxed, fight-flight, and freeze. It is our lower-sensory or survival brain that actually decides which state we are in. We can take the upper-logical and middle-emotional brains into talk therapy, but in order to create a shift in the body, direct access through the lower-sensory brain or sensory body is often needed.
Having worked with trauma for many years, I find working it through the body, rather than the story, goes direct and can bring deep and lasting change.
Triune Brain Theory
How it Works
Working with the MELT Method directly accesses the neuro-fascial system. MELT is the first thing I have found that addresses both the nervous system and the fascia and does so in a way that is easily accessible to nearly everyone. We are all on a journey of healing and integrating, whether we are conscious of it and actively participating at that level or not.
In a Nutshell
In our world such as it is, we all have some trauma healing to do. I had a physical injury a few years ago that diminished my capacity to enjoy a walk and comfortably gather groceries. This deeply affected my sense of independence and relationship with my surroundings, both of which I dearly value.
Diminished capacities often create a type of resignation when we cannot find a resolution. I understand this from personal experience, and my practice is aimed at increasing capacity in any way possible. I do this through blending SE and MELT, which has come from decades of trying to identify and unwind the fascial patterns that keep us stuck.
If you are seeking to expand your capacities and participate in growing your sensory feedback loops, then my work may be of interest to you.