Using Emotion in BBTRS We know that emotions are deeply connected to the physical form and are reflected in the body. We know that people have different levels of EI, and fall somewhere on the spectrum of skills in identifying and working with their emotions. When it comes to BBTRS, we use this information to […]Read More
Somatic Therapy. A chapter from an upcoming book by Giten Tonkov.
SOMATIC THERAPY If breathwork is our direct access to the sympathetic nervous system, then somatic work is our primary exit path for trauma to release from tissues. Recalling that the word “somatic” means “of the body,” it’s clear that any therapeutic trauma release focusing on tissues requires a strong protocol for safe, effective movement. There […]Read More
7 Segments or Belts of Tension in BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release
Wilhelm Reich was a major contributor to the body/mind sciences of the early 20th century, and is credited as being the key driver of this form of scientific enquiry in the West up until the 1940’s. Reich proposed a model of the human condition that suggested a theory of energy being a primary component of […]Read More