Psychosomatic Therapy

Psychosomatic Therapy is the process between the psyche (mind) and soma (the body) that we live in. Body-mind communication exists within us every moment of our life, inside us and our awareness of our reactions outside us. This results in behaviours and attitudes through a lifetime of experience and our interaction with others. The cellular memory created within the body internally, effects the mental emotional and physical structure of the body formation and its actions and reactions, externally. The release of past redundant and restrictive patterns held in the physical structure by cellular memory in body tissue are replaced by correcting posture, improving body condition, physical shape and the desired psychological attitudes, through experiential practice.

This information was sourced from the following founding organisation:
Australasian Institute of Body-Mind Analysis and Psychosomatic Therapy www.aibmapt.com.au