The Brain Science of “Woo” Healing

There are no coincidences! Just as I’m about to offer my first Sound, Breath and Movement experience, a dear friend shared something she found to be rather profound on the topic.

She cited a book she’s reading titled, “The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma” by Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.  and how it confirms the brain science behind the healing properties of sound, breath and movement.

She shared excerpts with me about how we can “…re-calibrate the autonomic nervous system, …through breath, movement or touch,” and how “rhythmic interactions with other people like drumming and dancing are also effective.”

Both intuition and first-hand experience have demonstrated the healing qualities of sound, breath and movement to me over and over again. Having that reinforced by scientific findings is deeply validating.

If your history includes trauma, anxiety or depression, I hope you will conduct your own experiment by joining me for this class.  I am not claiming that you will experience a miraculous shift but, who knows, you just might …and even if you don’t, you’ll have fun trying!

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