Meditation to tune into the midline function of the body. This helps the body to orient and reorganise, giving a sense of regulated ease and calm.Link
About The Author
Jane Shaw marries Jungian psychology, craniosacral therapy and trauma-informed neurobiology to support individuals to recover from and become resilient to adverse life experiences. Jane draws on her deep experience and practised philosophy to nurture true emergent potentials, in conscious relationship to self, to others and to the environment. As a therapist, writer and internationally-recognised educator, Jane delivers training programmes, retreats, and articles utilising trauma-informed body-mind medicine practices, as well as running a biodynamic craniosacral therapy clinical practice at Elmfield. Before training in the health field, she worked for 15 years in business and finance, most recently as Finance Director of a boutique consumer brand and entertainment London based PR agency. Having witnessed stress-induced illness in the corporate world, she has spent the last 17 years immersed in the field of wellbeing and health. She also has a twelve-year history of producing successful conferences at the cutting edge of mind-body medicine, attracting thousands of visitors from all over the globe.