Spacial Dynamics

$150 per 75 minute session

Introductory pricing through December - $25 off first session

Package of 4 - $500

Spacial Dynamics is a movement therapy that brings more spaciousness and energy flow into the cramped and contracted places in your body through the practice of Spacial Dynamics, a movement therapy.

This non-invasive, hands on therapy is performed clothed, on a massage table and is ideally suited for anyone who has suffered from digestive issues that stem from chronic holding patterns in the gut. If you stuff your stress in your belly and contract as a response to stress in your life, then consider a series of Spacial Dynamics work.

Spacial Dynamics also serves as an effective practice to take your life game to the next level. Reach your goals by learning to embody a new way of being that maximizes the flow of energy in your physical and energetic bodies.

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In the primary phases of attending to a digestive disorder I work to evaluate and, if needed, reestablish the primary macro-rhythms of the energetic life bodies. When an individual is experiencing digestive ailment there will often be a tendency to contract and hold the physical body in a way that cramps the gut. Over time this disrupts the subtle tides, or rhythms, of the metabolic system and of an individual's body-space continuum which are essential for prolonged longevity and health. Using non-invasive ‘hands-on’ techniques I work to refresh the spaces that have been cramped by the habits of contraction as response to discomfort and pain. Spacial Dynamics is a warm invitation into the gestures, rhythms, feelings and thoughts of wholeness; an invitation into the spaces well suited for a new expression of an individual's experience of health and vitality.

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Through the study of Spacial Dynamics we can observe a general spacial tendency in individuals that suffer from digestive disorders, particularly the cases where it is difficult for mechanized science to identify the source of the disorder. What is most often seen in these cases is that the individual has a great difficulty in experiencing the space beneath their feet, and beyond their hands, and they struggle to experience the sacrum's relationship with gravity. There is a gestural expression of ‘holding on’ in ways that adversely affect the primary functions of digestion and metabolism. It can be described as a person having a constant spacial/energetic hiccup that recycles energies that are supposed to travel far beyond the body immediately back towards the body, this creates blockages and asynchronistic rhythms and possibly autoimmune response. These reflexive hiccups can be sourced to myriad causes including traumatic accidents, childhood abandonment, physical and emotional abuse, as well as the habits established in the body's response to physical pain from injury. In addition to the ‘hands-on’ work, it is important for an individual to recognize the habitual movement that is in alignment with the disorder and find a ‘way out’ through simple movement, postural and awareness experiments and adjustments. In the most general way we can think of the SD approach to digestive disorders as bringing order to the fractal and fractured forces of expansion and contraction in and around the body. In refinement we find opportunities to cultivate individualized movement habits that support the unique needs of each person and their experience of self and the world.