Pain and loss are an inescapable fact of life. Whatever your age or income bracket, everyone suffers in one way or another. Experiencing the death of a loved one, a breakup of a marriage, or the loss of a job or an illness takes an emotional toll on us all.
Feelings can run the gamut from shock to profound sadness, anger, disbelief, or even guilt. Whatever the emotion, the trauma leaves an imprint on both the brain and the body.
Trauma occurs when our loss exceeds our ability to handle and cope with what happened. The energy of the trauma gets stored in our body's tissue, causing a cascade of physiological reactions that progressively erodes our quality of life.
The trauma created by the pandemic will reverberate for years to come. Many have lost loved ones, and all of us have been separated from one another, depriving us of social interactions and touch — and wreaking havoc on our physical and emotional beings.
If you’re looking to clear the traumatic blockages that attack your mental and physical health, register for these special online events with Elizabeth Charlton. She’s been helping clients break the trauma cycle and lead more fulfilling lives for years.
The exercises which includes breathwork and hypnotherapy is designed to open up your heart so you can feel happy and hopeful again. It can help you heal and release core tensions by working through and clearing repressed negative energy stuck within your body. You’ll use breath as the main tool for healing on the somatic level, along with supporting elements such as movement, touch, sound, conscious emotional expression, and meditation. Liz will also guide you in a seated breathwork exercise that can help you find a peaceful, safe place inside of yourself. You’ll travel into your body, unlocking the armor and releasing the rings constricting your heart, freeing the negative emotions, healing the physical ailments, and soothing the wounded ego. This safe space will remain a place you can go to whenever you need to open your heart to let your positivity flow freely.