Become a SomaSensing™ pandiculation therapist
Integrating Fascia, felt sense and healing from within.
Open to all yoga teachers, pilates teachers, movement therapists, dancers, coaches, counsellors and psychologists looking for a somatic approach to healing. Either for themselves or their clients.
What will I learn
How pandiculation therapy can restore fascial integrity whilst revitalising body and mind.
How to tune into embodied blueprints for an easier and more efficient way of moving.
A felt sense of nature’s design.
"Soft body" Experience the shape shifting nature of soft living tissue.
The calm response™. A SomaSensing practice for holding space.
The difference between voluntary and spontaneous movement.
How to guide a pandiculation practice.
Self-healing movements as designed by nature.
How pandiculation differs from a stretch sensation.
Pandiculation for revitalizing the Psoas, diaphragm and Vagus nerve..
All about Fascia, the fabric of embodiment.
How motion can heal emotion.
How to restore Fascial integrity with pandicuation.
200 hours minimum practice
Certification can be taken within a year.
Week long immersion retreat.
3 core modules, fascia, somatic embodiment and the neuroscience of healing.
Each module split into 4 lessons.
A minimum of 100 hours of self practice.
100 hours of teaching.
Submit 2 case studies.
Submit 2 recorded sessions.
4 private sessions
4 group supervision sessions.
Foundation certification requires 16 hours of continuing education, each year.
Facebook group and peer support.
6 core modules that form the foundation of intuitive learning
Soma - your felt self
Our true nature
Becoming who we are
Distinguishing between body and soma
Body and mind as one.
Knowing your true self
Embodiment and how it reflects our journey. Our patterns
Somatic amnesia and how to reconnect
Biotensegrity, a paradigm of nature's design.
Sensing nature's design
Pandiculation and other embodied blueprints.
Emotion in motion
Intuitive guidance and interoception
The wisdom of intuition
How movements emerge
The power of the pause in cultivating intuition
Cultivating interoception for powerful intuition.
Fascia the fabric of embodiment
It is a fiber, is it a gel is it an organ? What is fascia?
What makes fascia a sensory tissue?
What makes it the organ of wellbeing?
What's is embodiment?
What makes fascia the fabric of embodiment?
What is Myofascial release?
Pandiculation as therapy
Pandiculation for pain relief
Pandiculation for healing trauma
Pandiculation and the thoracolumbar fascia
Exploring movement with spontaneous pandiculation
How to replace stretch with pandiculation (Body Yawn) for a supple pain-free body
The nervous system
How we make sense of the world
The polyvagal theory
Fight/flight/freeze and faint.
Dysregulation and the symptoms
What others say
Intuitive learning is visceral. It involves pausing and listening to what arises. In this sense, it is a re-membering rather than learning something new because it's already there.