Free Resources

* You can try out my free practice videos – some more serious, some more playful.
* Try working with this Sensing Form
* Read A Somatic Practitioner’s Guide to Science Researchselect chapters.

These are Practice Resources that I like. They are put out by a variety of groups:
($ support encouraged, as appropriate)
PRACTICE: 5 Senses Exercise – Mr Stevey
PRACTICE: 2 self holding exercises video/article – Peter Levine
PRACTICE: Exploring Sensation-Feelings – Shrirley Turcotte
PRACTICE: Focusing – Six Steps – Eugene Gendlin
PRACTICE: Centering + more within newsletters Prentis Hemphill
PRACTICE: 3 Breath Styles to Try – Aninia Schwan
PRACTICE: Breath practice – Atman Smith, Andres Gonzalez, Ali Smith
PRACTICE: Survivor Healing Series – Tarana Burke, Metoo
PRACTICE: Ecstatic connection practices – Barbara Carrellas
PRACTICE: TRE detailed proposals – David Berceli
PRACTICE: Simple Shaking Methods– Deepika Sheleff
PRACTICE: Mobility Games – Kaizo or with Hannah Kearney
PRACTICE: Free MBSR program online – Dave Potter
PRACTICE: Online Service – integration of styles – Gumbs + Sangodare
PRACTICE: Circular breathing – Aimee Carillo

Assorted Reading-Watching-Listening Resources:
Michael Yellow Bird – this interview talks about Turtle Island colonization, generational trauma, indigenous forms of mindful practice.
Teresa Naseba Marsh – this page talks about Levine’s pendulation.
Robert Sapolsky – this article talks about some neurobiological aspects that ignite us/them thinking, and some practices to reduce othering.
Native Wellness Institute – Native Wellness Power Hour, many talks + PRACTICES.
Catherine Kerr – this video talks about how mindful-and-body-based practices help quiet down self trash-talk thinking from a neuroscience perspective.
Susana Martinez-Conde (min 22:00) – this bit of this interview speaks about making decisions by talking with multiple parts of oneself.
Gesturing Towards Decolonial Futures – this article speaks about understanding multiple selves within oneself.
Prentis Hemphill – one of my all time favorite practitioners – podcast
Robin Wall Kimmerer – this video is about listening to and learning from plants and learning to listen to other-than-human teachers, and how these practices relate with human induced climate changes.
Staci Haines – this interview talks about sexual abuse, transformative justice, and body-based-mindful healing.

Anti-Oppression Actions for white people:
(Some of) What One Can Do These are some tools to help foster a nourishing practice in relation to wealth disparity, land rematriation, and dismantling internalized racism.

For everyone: this is a list of free online group resources, not led by me – I have not been to all of these groups myself.

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