Strengthen your mind-body connection with guided somatic exercise. Learn how to gently relieve chronic muscle tension and retrain the posture and movement patterns that commonly cause recurring pain and tension. This practice is an excellent compliment to your other restorative practices, and is accessible to all fitness levels.
What is Somatic Therapy?
Clinical Somatic Movement is a safe and gentle practice appropriate for any fitness level. The slow, deliberate nature of the exercises allows your nervous system to connect more effectively with your muscles. This “resets” the muscles and allows them to return to a more relaxed state. It is effective for reducing the physical effects of day-to-day work, and can ease symptoms from past injuries and chronic tension.
Somatic exercise methods help you create a daily practice that allows you to relieve pain and tension, prevent injuries and degeneration, and improve posture and movement at any age. This practice can help alleviate common, painful conditions such as:
- back pain
- neck pain
- joint pain
- spinal disc problems
- plantar fasciitis
- and many more
During a session with Tania, she will assess your posture, discuss where you are feeling the most tension in your body, and lead you through a customized series of relaxing exercises to address it. Following the exercises she will guide you through restorative yoga poses to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system and allow your muscles to further release.
A session aims to ease tension, focus the mind, and guide you through sensing your muscles to deepen your connection with your own biomechanics.
Tania’s personal journey through years of chronic shoulder pain brought her to restorative movement education. She is dedicated to helping her clients tune into their bodies and unravel their persistent tension and pain, through gentle, methodical movement.
Tania is a Level 2 Certified Somatic Exercise Instructor. She has trained as a yoga, fitness and Pilates instructor and is always experimenting with movement. She believes a diverse movement practice is one of the best routes to a long, happy life, and is here to help others find their own passion for movement.