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Somatic Sensing & Integral Breath Therapy Private and Group Sessions

The name of a popular book, “The Body Keeps the Score,” couldn’t be more true! Everything that happens to, in and around us gets recorded in the cells and tissues of our physical body. Most of these events cause no noticeable effect … but other imprints get stuck — trapped — in the layers of our cells and tissues leading to detrimental physical, mental and emotional problems that can affect every aspect of our lives.
These effects may express as anxiety or depression, emotional outbursts, an inability to form intimate relationships, catastrophic thinking, eating and digestive disorders, muscle tightness and rigidity, excessive worry, doubt or fear, addictions, inability to manifest dreams or follow through, difficulty setting or keeping boundaries … and many other issues.

In order to resolve this trapped energy, we need to learn to tap into the messages and the wisdom that the body so graciously gives. However most of us have no idea how to actually do that! We’ve had years — maybe lifetimes — of learning how to listen to everything BUT the body, and have perhaps even endured trauma that seems to make the body a battleground.
When this is the situation it’s very difficult (impossible?) to reach our full potential and lead fulfilling and gratifying lives.

So how do we actually DO it? What are the practices that reprogram the patterns — the score — kept in our bodies?

An invitation to return to wholeness:
Through Lizzie Kay’s graceful and gentle guidance, learn how to access the immense inner wisdom held in the body and its ability to heal and reset our path to reclaim our own power, truly embody our soul and create the freedom to live full and authentic lives!

Using a variety of techniques & modalities — including Integral Breath Therapy, The Shipp Method of trauma-informed care, developmental psychology of somatic energy systems,  therapeutic body work and more — clients are able to release unwanted patterns and increase capacity for new energy to emerge!
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“It was an honor to work with Lizzie in the group workshop, Intro to Somatic Sensing. This was my first experience with this modality of embodiment. Getting to know my body through the method of Circular breathing came with ease under Lizzie’s instructions. She made it easy to understand, her way of teaching allowed for a sense of safety as I learned how to lean into this way of breathing and feeling my body in a new way. I highly recommend trying out Somatic Sensing with Lizzie. It was pleasant to work with her privately and her group space is enlightening!"

Breathwork, Meditation & Sound

Harmonic sound frequencies have been used to demonstrate and to create harmony and balance in the body for thousands of years! Ancient teachings focused on music as the main force for harmonizing the body and spirit, for affecting the emotions, and even effecting cures!

“Sound” is a vibrational energy which takes on the form of waves. Dr. Steven Halpern, PhD, even describes sound as the carrier wave of consciousness!

These waves are scientifically measured in units called “hertz” (hz) which measure the cycles per second which this energy creates; this is objectively known as “frequency” and subjectively experienced as “pitch.” 

“Resonance” is the natural vibratory rate of an object. Every cell, tissue, organ, bone, fluid, etc., in our bodies has a healthy “resonant freqeuncy” producing a “harmonic” pattern.

These patterns or rhythms operate as generative factors in our lives — for instance, if our muscle tissues are “tense,” we may also “be” tense. Reasonably, when the “frequency” altars and the vibration is out of “harmony,” we may generate disharmonious states in our bodies and lives.

Viewed under strong microscopes we could see that everything — including the human body — is in a state of vibration. By regular, intentional immersion of our bodies — our cells, tissues, organs, bones, fluids — in harmonic sound frequencies we can receive a sort of “general tune-up” for our system.

We have the opportunity to quiet the disruptive “noise” of daily life and allow the sound to shower and re-harmonize us in ways that the busy brain can’t always analyze. We’re simply invited to actively listen and BE.

Combined with the practices of Conscious Breathwork and Meditation the beneficial effects of all 3 modalities are enhanced

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