• EMBODIED HEALTH COMMUNITY

    Inspiring and Suppporting Bodywork and Movement Professionals World-Wide

Inspiring and supporting
bodywork and movement practitioners world-wide

Embodied Health Community is a dedicated group of practitioners passionate about supporting the global evolution of bodywork and movement practices through commitment to embodied experience driven methods of learning and clinical application. For therapists, instructors, teachers and practitioners of all modalities.

FASCIA & BIOTENSEGRITY

NEUROBIOLOGY

EMBODIMENT

PAIN & TRAUMA

GROW YOUR PRACTICE

PRACTITIONER CARE

and many more topics

£12 per month
or just £99 a year

UPCOMING LIVE STREAMS

John Wilks explains how relationships and social engagement are built on a specific order of neurological functioning. This will give us an understanding of why health and wellbeing are based on the healthy functioning of the new vagus with particular reference to the face, head, neck, heart and digestion and how this can be tracked and supported in our clients.

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By appreciating the evolution of our shape and the changes in our tissues we can create a better understanding of how the soft tissues act through joints to control momentum, gravity and ground reaction forces travelling through our system. As therapists, we can then create novel and informed treatment strategies that support correct function for our clients which will serve them in the real world, not just in the gym.

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Recent research shows that the interoceptive nerves deep in the fascia form the sensory pathway to the insular cortex of the brain. The slow interoceptors in free nerve endings send information to the brain about how we feel physically and emotionally. For movement and manual therapists, these feelings can come up as we work with our patients and clients. In his webinar, Dr. Carol Davis will give us and insight into the relationship between fascia and interoceptive awareness.

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This webinar will focus on the links between trauma and burnout and their vagal connection, and how a deeper understanding of this connect can inform treatment plans. We will explore the biopsychosocial nature of early trauma and adversity and how this imprints on the vagal nervous system which in turn can lead to burnout.

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£12 per month
or just £99 a year

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