Movement for Trauma
What is movement for trauma?
Movement for Trauma encompasses group and private sessions as well as online content & resources to support your healing journey. I’ve created Movement for Trauma because I believe that connecting to the body is key to healing and feeling safe and everyone deserves to feel safe and at home in their own body. I want to offer trauma aware movement support to people who experience trauma and want to explore / be guided back to their bodies to rebuild a safe connection.
Modalities include qigong, yoga and pilates which each have their individual benefits but are also complimentary to one another. Private sessions can also be tailored in conjunction with my Body Therapy sessions. You can learn more about Body Therapy here. While Body Therapy allows you to receive a therapeutic treatment and essentially ‘fast-track’ to experiencing grounded peacefulness; Movement for Trauma focuses on handing over the skills of movement and awareness so that eventually your have a cultivated skill to hold space and move energy when you are ready to.
Join a class
All of my classes are taught in a trauma informed way. You can join any one of my online classes here.
Book a Private Session
Take one-to-one sessions in any modality you like or let me tailor something to meet your goals.
Articles on Trauma
“Each of us has his or her own natural pharmacopeia. The very finest drug store available at the cheapest cost. To produce all the drugs we’d ever need to run our body mind and precisely the way it was designed over centuries of evolution to run. Research needs to...
"People need to become aware of their sensations and the way that their bodies interact with the world around them." Bessel is a psychiatrist who recognised early on in his career that western medical systems were not considering people’s life experiences in their...
“When things happen emotionally, they happen physiologically. In fact, it can’t be any other way.” Gabor Mate Who could argue that facial expressions and physical reactions don’t represent emotions? We cry when we are angry, sad or full of joy. We frown and smile. We...
Resources for Trauma Awareness
For more resources on trauma, trauma awareness and resources please visit my Trauma Awareness page.