As winter approaches we are often reminded to tune up our cars. Fill the washer fluids, check the air in the tires, and test our brakes, all in preparation for the upcoming weather shifts that occur with seasonal changes.
Your body is your vehicle in this life. It has been with you since birth. The make and model may change over the years, but it was, is, and will remain all yours. Trade-ins are not an option. You are the driver and your memories, beliefs, spirit, and life events are your passengers. It’s likely you’ve even picked up a few hitchhikers over the years; the shoulds and shouldn’ts and beliefs that belong to someone else.
So how is your car running? Have you checked in lately to see what it needs? The best way to keep the cost of repairs down is to listen to your body and lighten the load. Drop those hitchhikers off at their own destination, they were never yours. Pay attention to the flashing lights and listen for the warning signs your body gives you that are saying to stop, turn here, change directions or maybe even take a rest because your engine has been revved up or in idle for too long. Listen to your body and LIVE your life instead of spending your time and money fixing it.
There are many wonderful ways to learn to listen to your body. Meditation, movement, breath, and touch are just some of the ways you can tune in to your needs. Another powerful pathway to awareness is Rubenfeld Synergy. Rubenfeld Synergy uses talk and gentle touch to help you access the body’s wisdom and utilize the awareness that develops to generate new options for how to move through life. Connect to your inner wisdom with a FREE 50 min. Rubenfeld Synergy session (for all new clients) by contacting Brittiney George @ 610-389-7866 or email@example.com.
Brittiney George, BS, CRS, CEIM is a Certified Rubenfeld Synergist and Infant Massage Educator offering Rubenfeld sessions, movement classes, body-mind integration workshops, and infant massage education at the Resiliency Center. As a corporate trainer/manager for 11 years & movement practitioner for over 15 years, Brittiney believes in the resiliency of the human spirit and the body’s unique ability to heal. For more information or to schedule a session please contact Brittiney George at 610-389-7866 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org