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Fri, Mar 08


Wildwood Yoga & Wellness

Somatic Movement

Somatic movement is a form of movement that emphasizes the internal experience of the body, rather than external appearance or physical strength. It is based on the idea that by increasing body awareness and cultivating a deeper connection to oneself, release tension, reduce stress.

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Somatic Movement
Somatic Movement

Time & Location

Mar 08, 2024, 5:30 PM – 6:00 PM

Wildwood Yoga & Wellness, 2642 MO-109 Suite B, Wildwood, MO 63040, USA

About the event

Somatic movement can help release stress in several ways:

  1. Increased body awareness: By focusing on the internal experience of the body, somatic movement practices can help individuals become more aware of areas of tension and holding patterns. This increased awareness can lead to a greater ability to release tension and relax the body greating a deeper and accepting connection with their bodies. 
  2. Promotion of relaxation: Somatic movement practices often involve slow, gentle movements that promote relaxation and reduce stress levels. This can help to lower heart rate, decrease blood pressure, and improve mood.
  3. Mindfulness: Many somatic movement practices incorporate mindfulness techniques, which involve paying attention to the present moment without judgment. This can help individuals to let go of worries and concerns, reducing stress and promoting a sense of calm.
  4. Release Tension: Somatic movement practices can help individuals to become more aware of their posture and related emotions to make adjustments to promote better alignment and reduce tension.
  5. Enhanced emotional well-being: Somatic practices can help individuals process and release emotional tension, leading to improved emotional well-being and mental health.
  6. Connection to the breath: Many somatic movement practices incorporate breathwork, which can help to reduce stress and promote relaxation. Focusing on the breath can help individuals to calm the mind and release tension in the body.

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