- Responsive, Restorative Bodywork
- Tend and Befriend Body Practices
- Explore Embodied Spirituality
BodyBeing sessions help you befriend your inner experiences of sensation and emotion, access your healing potential, develop resilience, and engage a wider range of emotions without being overwhelmed by pain. Unfold your sense of innate wholeness, and expand your capacity for joy, connection, creativity, and meaning through your body.
You may have been referred to me by your health care professional to help you develop a deeper connection with your body and emotions as an adjunct to psychotherapy, your fitness or nutrition program, medical treatment, spiritual practice, or recovery program.
Among my typical clientele are scientists, artists, health care providers, business-owners, people in transition or recovering from illness or loss, and those seeking to deepen their sense of meaning, vitality and connection to others and to life.
BodyBeing sessions may help you…
Deepen your relationship with yourself…no matter what life experience you are going through
Get support for life changes, loss, illness and injury.
Engage your body’s relaxation and restoration system.
Ease stress-related conditions and overwhelm.
Learn to sustain personal presence and clarity in the face of discomfort and challenges.
Befriend sensation and emotion as valuable information and processes for well-being.
Improve emotional range and resilience.
Explore loving resonance for relational healing.(Build empathy, trust, emotional availability, self-regulation)
Relieve chronic pain and muscle tension.
Experience more range of motion
Feel more aliveness, vitality, creativity
Cultivate deeper meaning and compassion
Explore emergent patterns of humanity, your place in the universe
Augment psychotherapy or medical treatment
Important Information you should know:
People new to addiction recovery or who have had recent hospitalization for psychosis may not be good candidates for this work. This work is typically contraindicated for young children or those in fragile or unstable states.
BodyBeing bodywork and somatic education can be a dynamic adjunct to medical treatment, psychotherapy and spiritual practice. While dialogue and emotional expression may occur during your session, Kris is not a psychologist and should not be considered a substitute for any needed psychotherapeutic, psychiatric or medical diagnosis or treatment.
This work invites you to develop your capacity for living more comfortably with the challenges you face, including uncomfortable aspects of your relationship with yourself. Those who benefit the most from BodyBeing, are those who are willing to come inward toward themselves and take responsibility for their own experience.
If you wonder if BodyBeing work is suitable for you, consult with your doctor, and talk to Kris.