You are the sky, everything else is just weather.
Primary Connections with Shivani
Dates to be announced
Return - Rest - Resource- Rewire
This NeuroSoma program invites you to Connect to your True Self by building a bridge to Source through your internal senses and felt-sense awareness. Discover how easily you can access your potential with the support of a community, empowering intentions and the structure of a morning cacao ritual 4 days a week alongside inspiring Somatic practices. This program utilizes an approach to rewire your brain and re-organize vital neural pathways to support change and transformation through incremental steps that inspire regulated movement from impulse within. This naturally creates a safe learning environment that allows you to unfold organically through your personal practice and expand towards newfound horizons.
NeuroSoma naturally offers a long-lasting means for moving through life with greater ease, efficiency and flow and has shown to be effective in relieving depression, anxiety, stress and PTSD. The program includes structure and support through the morning Cacao ritual and Somatic practices, 4 zoom calls with the group and ongoing life-long access to the Somatic Source Primary Connections portal with guided Somatic Resources; including Meditations, Inspiring Breath experientials and Awareness through Movement lessons.
The theme of Primary Connections explores developmental movement lessons from the Feldenkrais Method based on evolutionary stages and the laws of biomechanics. The Primary Connection lessons naturally re-organize the eyes, tongue and spine that can become out of synch through traumatic brain injuries. Each lesson offers an opportunity to rewire your brain and refine movement patterns that were established in earlier stages of life. Returning to these basic movements and milestones of motor development can restore coordination, resiliency, ease and awareness to improve overall organization and daily functions.
The Feldenkrais approach unveils your felt-sense awareness through slow, gentle movement sequences, exposing underlying tensions that contribute to functional distortions that can manifest physically, mentally, and emotionally. This unique exploration can gently support the dissolution of stressful habits, excessive effort, compulsive reactions and addictions as well as, rewire neural pathways that have been interrupted through trauma and injury. This approach will also inform you of how you are breathing and moving, which directly influences how you think and feel. Through our conditioning we have been taught to be thinking, acting, human doings and we have lost touch with our sensing-feeling capacity. While Neuro Science has proven that how you breathe, think and act has a direct influence on your physiological state including your stress hormones, organs of digestion and the entire nervous system. Learning to come back to your awareness through feeling and sensing is a vital component to restoring health and resiliency.
Find your true weakness and surrender to it. Therein lies the path to genius. Most people spend their lives using their strengths to overcome or cover up their weaknesses. Those few who use their strengths to incorporate their weaknesses, who don’t divide themselves, those people are very rare. In any generation, there are a few and they lead their community.
This group exploration requires an invitation by a guide, organizer or friend and involves a 35-day commitment with 4 zoom calls, and 4 consecutive mornings each week of Somatic Self-care with the Cacao ritual utilizing short mediations and breathing inspiration alongside 30-40- minute Awareness through Movement lessons from Primary Connections, Back to Basics and Awakening your Dynamic Body. A daily reflection sheet along with a Pre and Post questionnaire is included to track your progress. Your guides are available for personal sessions if additional support is needed along the way.
Payment option available through Venmo @Jane-Miller-33
Please email your address to Shivanijanem@gmail.com
If you are inspired by this program please consider donating towards deserving students who could benefit, including military veterans suffering from P.T.S.D.