Seated and Standing Somatics Audio Lesson 1.0
People always ask for Somatics movements they can do while standing and seated, so they can blend them into their daily lives. Voila! Kristin Jackson, Clinical Somatic Educator, shares a safe, simple routine to help you free your tension and pain right now, right where you are.
The lesson is divided into 13 individual audio MP3 recordings, for easy recall. It includes
- standing, walking and seated assessments (soma scans)
- movements to release tension in your lower back
- movements to release tension in your shoulders, chest and neck
- movements to relax the sides of the body, ideal for those with scoliosis, sciatica, and sore feet, knees and hips
- a wonderful standing rotational exploration to help with freer walking and easier daily living
This is a basic somatics lesson that builds on the more traditional lying-on-the-floor movements. So it's perfect for those who don't care to get down on the floor right now.
There is an infinite number of ways to explore how the brain can move the body. That is why Kristin calls this lesson 1.0. Future lessons will provide different explorations so stay tuned!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED FOR THIS LESSON
- space in which to walk around
- quite space without distractions (no TV, music, pets, etc)
- a firm seat (chair or stool) without arms. Your feet should reach the floor comfortably with legs at a right angle or greater. Do not use an upholstered chair or couch.
This is an AUDIO recording. Somatics is best done with the eyes closed, to help turn off the occipital part of the brain, thus enhancing the sensory-motor cortex.
This lesson is approximately 50 minutes long.