1. Tamalpa Life/Art Process (Expressive Arts Therapy)
The Tamalpa Life/Art Process is an internationally recognized movement-based approach to expressive arts therapy. It uses movement, dance, drawing, and writing as its main tools.
Coaching is a powerful professional relationship between two people, designed with the intention of encouraging clients to reach their full potential in all areas of their lives and achieve excellence. The “co-active” model believes that all people are naturally creative, resourceful, and whole, and fully capable of finding their own answers to any challenge they face.
3. Somatic Experiencing
Somatic Experiencing is a therapeutic approach focused on the body and the nervous system and was developed by Peter Levine Ph.D., with the aim of relieving the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and trauma. This is achieved by tracking bodily sensations of stress and also by raising awareness of bodily sensations related to the traumatic situation. This process helps you to develop a greater capacity to handle stress, experience a sense of flow, and stay in the present moment.
4. Movement Therapy (Angel Vianna)
Movement Therapy or Therapy through Movement is inspired by the Movement Awareness methodology that was developed by Angel Vianna (Brazil). This methodology seeks to cultivate greater somatic awareness by utilizing relaxation techniques, micro-movements, and deep listening. This approach allows the body to reflect inner states through movement and amplify movement possibilities which can lead to changes in the psyche and ultimately promotes well-being, growth, and a sense of wholeness.
5. Active Meditation and Mindfulness
Active meditation helps individuals to achieve an experience of meditation, self-observation, and inner stillness more easily by bringing us into our body and out of the chatter of our mind. Active meditation also helps us connect more with our heart and intuition as we shift our focus from the mind to the heart and the belly.
Mindfulness helps individuals become more aware of their physical, mental, and emotional condition in the present moment, without becoming judgmental. Mindfulness seeks to offer individuals relief from everyday stress, in addition to helping improve focus and, consequently, productivity integrated into simple daily activities.