Body Memory

Body Memory

One of the things I explain to people when they struggle in relationship to their body is that our nervous systems start tracking experiences long before we learn verbal communication. Body Memory, if you will, is sensory. We aren’t always aware of the memories or experiences that our bodies hold on to, but we can do work to access them.

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What is InBodied Yoga?

I came up with the concept of “InBodied Yoga” four years ago. It’s a play on the term “embodiment” and invokes the language of Object Relations Theory, a psychoanalytic theory of development that informs my clinical work. Since then, I’ve wrestled with what it actually is. I could say that it’s a method of yoga, but that feels like an appropriation of the many lineages that predate me.

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