Body-based trauma-informed practices can help with:
Stress and anxiety 
Social anxiety
Trauma 
Post Traumatic Stress
Complex Trauma
Depression
Violence and aggression 
Self-harm
Self-loathing
Body-shame
Eating disorders
Substance misuse or abuse
Mistrust
Sleep disturbance
Mood dysregulation
If you are experiencing overwhelming feelings, including an intense desire to avoid or escape, please call
Lifeline Crisis Line (24/7)  Ph 13 11 14 

Body whispering was coined by a long-term client who used the term to sum up the benefits of yoga over a number of decades.

 

Body whispering is a 12-week program designed to reacquaint you with your body and rebuild a self-loving relationship.

 

The constant call-and-response between your mind and body is relatively easy to reprogram with practice. 

 

Sensation provides clear and objective messaging from your body, through your sensory nervous system to your brain.  You can respond to this information more consciously by slowing down and paying attention. 

Yogic principals of breath awareness and mindfulness facilitate this sustainable change. 

 

Bodywhispering clients report wide and varied benefits, from appetite regulation to increased exercise to improved posture and quality of sleep.  The Body Whispering principals can be effectively applied to pain management including persistent headaches, premenstrual tension and even childbirth and labour.

The more gentle aspects of of Body Whispering are sufficiently deep to enable us to safely access the sensations associated with trauma. Strong feelings we have avoided, numbed or over-powered recur as reactions over-exaggerated.  Many traumatised people recognise this pattern but find talking about it re-triggers the reaction.  Mindfulness and gentle body-based practices can help us remember the tangible experience of ease again.  

 

Book your one hour introductory offer by email and discover what body whispering can offer you

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.  The Turrbal and Yuggara people of Maiwar, The Quandamooka people of Minjerribah, the Bunjalung people to the south, Waka Waka and Gubi Gubi to the north, Burrangum to the west, and particularly to the Gammilray people who have shared deep knowledgeand lore.  We acknowledge sovereignty has not yet been ceded and we stand with you in reconciliation. 

 

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1/ 417 Honour Ave Graceville 

Brisbane 

Queensland 4075

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