Are you suffering from grief or loss? It's easy to be disconnected. But by reclaiming your own life in your body you can start to accept the loss and feel good about continuing life as it is.
Each of these videos offers a different embodiment exercise or tip that will help you on your way.
How to Help Yourself When You Get Flooded by Emotions and Thoughts
Make your body and brain work together to aid healing and end suffering. There is peace in diﬃculty. You need to make a bridge between your brain and body.
Express Righteous Anger and Relieve Grief
When my son died I had to get acquainted with lots of emotions happening quickly. One that was hard to accept was anger. But then I learned about righteous anger and how to keep it from festering.
Are You Having Horrible Feelings After a Shock or Traumatic Loss?
When my son died I initially blocked out all feelings. But, as the shock subsided, an avalanche of feeling grew. This little video tells you how I was able to navigate those overwhelming feelings I could go on with life.
Choosing Life After the Death of an Adult Child
When my 36 year old son died suddenly I really didn't know how I would go on. I felt I could lose myself in sadness. I came to a fork in the road when I knew I had to choose life.
What has allowed me to go on is my daily embodiment practice. It allows me to feel my emotions and the beauty of life.
Embodiment and somatic movement have given me my life back. If you or anyone you know is struggling with loss or sudden loss, I can help.
Explore More Resources to Help You Deal With Trauma, Grief and Loss
My Podcast With Josh Summers on The Yoga of Grief, Trauma & Loss
Donna's Podcast With Michele Larwence of Inner Peace Yoga
In this special episode, I share how the death of my son, Michael, shapes my teaching and approach to working with grief and loss.
Grief and Beauty
Creating a Good Life After a Child Dies.
Simple Sanity in Chaos
Trauma is Really Strange
by Steve Haines
Grief and Loss are often experienced as a traumatic event. This is a great resource for learning what trauma does to your brain and how to help it.
The Smell of Rain and Dust
by Martín Prechtel
This book has been an invaluable resource after the death of my son. Covering all types of loss and grief it challenges us to see loss and essential to our humanity.