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Mindful Body Awareness
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Where to start?
Many people assume that they (or their kids) are well connected to their bodies, that they are aware of all their body signals, feelings and emotions. However, for many of us, including people who are autistic, people who have experienced trauma, people with a variety of disabilities, people raised without positive adult-child interactions and so on, this is certainly not the case.
How can we help you?
Without good interoception, we may struggle to connect to ourselves or others and often find it impossible to get through the day without ‘losing it’. However, to do this you need the right resources. Find out more.
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Once you are using interoception activities regularly you will develop a better sense of connectedness to yourself and to others/the environment...
Developing mindful body awareness
Many people assume that they (or their kids) are well connected to their bodies, that they are aware of all their body signals, feelings and...
I have recently been feeling my heart beat, which when you are not used to feeling it, tends to feel quite alarming. When I check my pulse, it is...