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Please contact us so we can create the optimal treatment plan for you.

During Raymond & Bella’s training I could actually FEEL my energy shifting. Areas of my life that had been stuck began to dissolve and melted back into the field of Love.

I let go of a lifetime of self-made constructs effortlessly, allowing them to fall away. I’d highly recommend this weekend for everyone!          


Lisa Cary,

Somatics Teacher

Mind-Body Connection PRACTICES & GUIDANCE 

Meditation and stillness play a significant role in trauma treatment by providing individuals with valuable tools for healing and recovery.

Here are some ways in which meditation and stillness can be beneficial:


Emotional Regulation: Trauma often leads to heightened levels of anxiety, stress, and emotional reactivity. Meditation practices can help individuals learn to regulate their emotions, reducing the intensity of emotional responses and creating a sense of calm.

Mind-Body Connection: Trauma can create a disconnect between the mind and body. Meditation encourages individuals to become more aware of bodily sensations, which can be important for trauma survivors to reconnect with their physical selves and promote a sense of safety and control.

Reduced Hyperarousal: Many trauma survivors experience hyper-vigilance and a constant state of alertness. Meditation and deep relaxation techniques can help reduce hyperarousal and promote a state of relaxation, aiding in better sleep and overall well-being.

Processing Traumatic Memories: Some meditation techniques, such as guided imagery and body scans, can help individuals process and release traumatic memories in a safe and controlled manner, allowing for healing and integration.

Improved Self-Awareness: Meditation encourages self-reflection and self-awareness. It can help trauma survivors gain insight into their thoughts, feelings, and triggers, allowing them to better understand and address the root causes of their trauma.

Resilience Building: Regular meditation practice can enhance an individual's resilience to stress and adversity, making them better equipped to handle future challenges and reduce the risk of re-traumatization.

Enhanced Coping Skills: Meditation and stillness provide individuals with healthy coping mechanisms that do not rely on avoidance or numbing. This can be especially important in trauma treatment, where avoidance of traumatic memories or emotions can hinder progress.

We offer meditation sessions, providing guidance and tools for coping with the stress and the emotional challenges of trauma, anxiety, grief and loss. Please contact us so we can create the optimal treatment plan for you.

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