Resources

 Trainers, Teachers and Partners in the World

Strozzi Institute

Wendy Palmer

Freedom Project

Lumina Coaching

Integral Somatics

Center for Nonviolent Communication

Peace Dojos International

Aiki-Extensions

Foodmuse Inspirations

Community Art Works

 

Aikido Books

Nonviolent Communication Books

 

Resourses -Somatics Books

The Anatomy of Change: A Way to Move Through Life’s Transitions by Richard Strozzi Heckler (North Atlantic Books, 1984, 1993).

Being Human at Work Edited by Richard Strozzi Heckler (North Atlantic Books, 2003).

Bioenergetics by Alexander Lowen (Penguin, 1994).

Body-Centered Psychotherapy: The Hakomi Method: The Integrated Use of Mindfulness, Nonviolence and the Body by Ron Kurtz (Life Rhythm, 1990).

The Body in Recovery: Somatic Psychotherapy and the Self by John P. Conger (Frog Ltd., 1994).

Bone, Breath, & Gesture: Practices of Embodiment (Bone, Breath, & Gesture) by Don Hanlon Johnson (North Atlantic Books, 1995).

Emotional Anatomy: The Structure of Experience by Stanley Keleman (Center Press, 1986).

Getting in Touch: A Guide to New Body-Centered Therapies by Christine Caldwell (Quest Books, 1997).

Getting Our Bodies Back by Christine Caldwell (Shambhala, 1996).

Healing Sex: The Complete Guide to Sexual Wholeness by Staci Haines (DVD by SIR Productions, 2004).

Holding the Center: Sanctuary in a Time of Confusion by Richard Strozzi Heckler (Frog, Ltd., 1997).

Somatics: Reawakening the Mind’s Control of Movement, Flexibility, and Health by Thomas Hanna (HarperCollins Publishers, 1988).

The Survivor’s Guide to Sex: How to Have an Empowered Sex Life after Child Sexual Abuse Staci Haines (Cleis Press, 1999).

The Intuitive Body: Aikido as a Clairsentient Practice by Wendy Palmer (North Atlantic Books, 1994).

The Life We Are Given: A Long-Term Program for Realizing the Potential of Body, Mind, Heart and Soul by George Leonard and Michael Murphy (Jeremy P. Tarcher, 1995).

Your Body Speaks Its Mind by Stanley Keleman (Center Press, 1981).

Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma: The Innate Capacity to Transform Overwhelming Experiences by Peter A. Levine, Ann Frederick (North Atlantic Books, 1997).

 

 

  • “We cannot live for ourselves alone. Our lives are connected by a thousand invisible threads, and along these sympathetic fibers, our actions run as causes and return to us as results.”

    -- Herman Melville

Copyright 2014 Liminal Somatics All Rights Reserved. You're welcome to use and reprint any of the articles for team and individual learning. We ask only that you keep the article intact and credit the author. Thank you!