Our body can tell us more than we know. It lets us know when it’s hungry, scared, hot, cold, tired, energised, holding pain, pleasure and so much more.
Having confidence in your body and it immense ability to know what it needs to maintained its self.
We know that trauma and stress is mainly stored in upper back and neck. Anxieties and upset can live behind our stomachs and over time this can impact on our emotions and how we respond to stress.
Learning to become aware of our body and what it is telling us can help maintain our physical and emotional selves. If we have experienced trauma or injury the body will remember and react without thinking - moving in ways to protect itself.
Unresolved trauma either emotional, physical or from repetitive behaviour can affect how we feel, such as being tired or hyper alert.
Listening and understanding what our body is trying to tell us can help us find physical nourishment.