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Somatic movement therapy
Welcome to SomaSensing

Tap into the wisdom of your body to heal through movement, in nature and through your senses

Feeling Tired, Stressed, or
Struggling with Chronic Pain?

Learn how to tune into the self-regulating nature of your body to recharge and restore, through movement, in nature and, through your senses. SomaSensing Body Unwinding is a somatic movement practice based on fascial unwinding. The way your body moves intuitively to recover.  Releasing long-held trauma, strain, and pain patterns while restoring suppleness, resilience and, vibrancy to your body's fascia. Your fabric of embodiment.



Take a moment to pause, tune in and bring your body

to a state of rest



Let the urge to move arise

coaxing areas of strain, stiffness and tightness to let go



Follow the urge to move

letting your body nourish and restore from the inside out.

Like all living things we have a self-sensing blueprint that helps us stay alive. Sensations from within like thirst, hunger, and the urge to pee help us self-regulate. The urge to unwind when we wake up from restful sleep is a movement blueprint that helps revitalise our body's fascia whilst resetting the nervous system. It's called pandiculation. Get to the heart of healing with the somatic practice of SomaSensing. Accessing the natural blueprint for healing through movement.


SomaSensing is how you tune into interoception informed by fascia and biotensegrity. You learn how to bring your body to calm and quiet.  A resting state that sends you the urge to move from within. Spiral motion follows that feels effortless as the body moves to its natural form. A sense of wholeness emerges, body and mind as one.   Prescribed movements disconnect us from this sense of wholeness and can never replace the natural form that we can access through our sense of the body as living tensegrity.

What others say...
  • It's like an inner retreat that I can access at any time

  • I run and do Yoga but this just feels right

  • Gets to areas a stretch can't get to

  • Better than any massage I've had

  • I feel less fatigued and less sore

  • I realise that Yoga puts a plaster on it but with SomaSensing it feels like I’m dealing with stuff without having to talk about it.

  • You can never injure yourself in this practice because you are always following the pattern of your body.

  • It's a quantum leap in healing trauma without having to talk about it.

Why choose SomaSensing Body Unwinding?

Your body will love you for it! 

It gives you the freedom to move with ease at any age. It calms both body and mind in moments. It leaves you feeling nourished and nurtured. It lets you take your healing into your own hands. You can practice on your own once you learn how to let natural movements arise.

  • Integrated healing: It has been described as 10 body/mind therapies, integrating the benefits of massage, meditation, and movement into one powerful experience.

  • Heart-centered healing: SomaSensing delves into the emotional and energetic pathways of healing, integrating body and mind.

  • Natural Movement: Unlike prescribed exercises, SomaSensing helps you rediscover your body's natural movement patterns, freeing you to move with grace, ease, and relief from chronic pain.

  • Founder's Expertise: Founded by Yasmin Lambat, a Master Somatic Educator, with a background in fitness, Pilates, Yoga, and bodywork.  SomaSensing is backed by a deep understanding of fascial anatomy, nervous system regulation, and the principles of biotensegrity.

The Irresistible Blueprint for Whole-Body Recovery Motion

Pandiculation is that irresistible urge we feel to "stretch and yawn" after waking or sitting for too long. But it's not actually a stretch; it's a whole-body recovery motion. This natural blueprint is linked to your interoception - the body sensations that alert you to your nervous system's state. Pandiculation revitalizes your fascia, releasing oxytocin, the nurturing hormone, and calming inflammation. It's a reflex that happens every time you move, and we'll guide you in reconnecting with this innate ability.

Regain Access to Your Natural Movement Patterns

Somatic Motor Amnesia? Let Us Help You Reconnect with Your Body's Inner Wisdom.

Somatic amnesia is a term in somatic therapy that describes a disconnection from our natural patterns of motion. In SomaSensing Body Unwinding, we help you release deeply held patterns of trauma by unlocking natural movements like rocking, pulsing, rolling, bouncing, coaxing, and oscillation. Our approach restores suppleness and youthfulness, calms stress, anxiety, and chronic pain, and reconnects you to inner strength and resilience.

Ready to Unwind? Start Your SomaSensing Journey Today

Join Our Online Course or Experience One-on-One Support.

Whether you prefer the convenience of our online SomaSensing Body Unwinding course or need personalized support, we're here for you. Begin your journey towards a revitalized, pain-free, and vibrant life today.

Discover the Power of SomaSensing - Tap into Your Body's Natural Healing Potential.

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Don't take our word for it

Herta -South Africa

Learning about the "calm response" is like a new discovery of a retreat, available to me any moment. 
SomaSensing™ is no longer the RIGHT thing to do but is now the KINDEST thing I do for my body, physically, mentally and emotionally, restoring the equilibrium of body and spirit

After Antoinette’s movement session, I feel a deep softening happening inside me.  A vulnerability, lightness, gentleness and opening of my heart.

Lucy - UK

Fiona - South Africa

Yasmin’s work has shown me how to find a little peace and freedom in the chaos of my busy life and overactive mind. By using her simple movement techniques, I now understand better how to ‘let go’ and connect with a place of calm and integrity within my being.

Jamila - Australia

We are all searching for inner peace amongst the noise in life. Your sessions help me find the quiet within. Since meeting you my life has become a wonderful adventure and journey to enlightment.

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