Body Awareness for Mental Health: Harnessing the Power of Movement for Resilience and Well-being by Erica Hornthal

Body Awareness for Mental Health: Harnessing the Power of Movement for Resilience and Well-being

Are you feeling stuck? Tired of living with anxiety and stress? My workbook, Body Awareness for Mental Health, is for you! Rooted in theories and methodologies from the field of dance/movement therapy, my workbook is designed for:

  • Anyone who has difficulty accessing and processing emotions.
  • Anyone who is disconnected from their body due to trauma, anxiety and stress.

When we move consciously, the body becomes the tool and catalyst for untapped and unrealized potential. How you move directly impacts how you feel. How you move or don’t move is directly correlated to your mental health. It is time to wake up and pay attention to your body and all it is telling you.

So, ask yourself, "Am I ready to move toward greater mental health?"

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Looks very helpful, thanks!
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
"How you move directly impacts how you feel. How you move or don’t move is directly correlated to your mental health. It is time to wake up and pay attention to your body and all it is telling you." Such a fascinating and powerful perspective, Erica Hornthal . Thank you for sharing your wisdom with us. I am going to have to get a copy of your book!

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