Whole Movement Center

THE BODY IN THE WORLD

The body is the way we enter into relationship. The body begins our entry into relationship with others and at death ends relationships with others. …

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EXCITING COURSE OFFERING!

Starting this February, The Whole Movement Center, in partnership with Mark Taylor, will be offering an intensive, comprehensive course on Embodied Early Developmental Movement and …

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HOW TO USE YOUR SENSES TO FIND SECURE SELF-ATTACHMENT

Before we even learn how to speak, we are absorbing everything that is occurring around us. Everything we take in through our senses (taste, sight, …

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DIVING DEEPER INTO DEVELOPMENTAL MOVEMENT THERAPY

Developmental Movement Therapy is revolutionary. This isn’t a boast or an idle thought; it’s entirely true. Our understanding of how children develop has been turned …

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SOMATIC THERAPY WITH CHILDREN: WHAT TO EXPECT

From the moment our children are born, we want nothing more than to keep them safe. But no matter how hard we try, we parents …

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FEEL THE SUPPORT OF THE EARTH WITH A SOMATIC MOVEMENT YIELDING EXERCISE – PART TWO

Last week, we took a look at a principle of developmental movement called yielding. It can be a remarkable way to process stress and gather …

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JOIN US FOR THE WHOLE PERSON: EMBODIED EARLY DEVELOPMENTAL MOVEMENT AND ATTACHMENT THERAPY SESSION

In my experience, the more embodied a practitioner becomes, the more they can assess what’s truly going on with their clients. That’s why, starting February …

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FEEL THE SUPPORT OF THE EARTH WITH A SOMATIC MOVEMENT YIELDING EXERCISE – PART ONE

Ever feel like the weight of the entire world is on your shoulders? It’s like there is so much pressure on you that you want …

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HOW TO CHART SOMATIC DEVELOPMENT

One of the nicest things about reaching the end of a journey is that it’s just the beginning of another! In the seventh module of …

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USING SOMATIC MOVEMENT TO FIND CO-REGULATION

Nobody likes being nervous. When you’re nervous, your pulse starts to race; you get sweaty hands; your mouth goes dry. These symptoms are our bodies …

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