I have been fortunate enough to have met and known many wonderful people in my life. There are many kind people who always care about others. As I have worked with many clients, I have noticed that so many people are too busy to pay attention to their bodies while they take care of others. Our bodies are very honest. When we're stressed, tension in our muscles changes. Even if we are not aware of stress, stress manifests itself as muscular tension.
Although I'm a movement educator/therapist and help people move better, I'm indirectly influencing clients' mind. Mind and Body are two sides of the same coin. They constantly influence each other. Our body is a mirror that shows the state of our mind, or a container for our mind, sort of. If we start to pay close attention to our bodies, which is ourselves, we can begin to notice how hard some parts of ourselves are working and discover some parts of ourselves that we didn't know that they existed.
It's wonderful if you're a kind person who cares about other people. But, are you paying attention to yourself with the same kindness? If you haven't, please make some time to get to know yourself better and take care of yourself. Awareness Through Movement classes will give you the opportunity to observe and learn about yourself deeply. You will learn where you carry tension and how you use habitually your bodies, and will learn new ways of using yourself to carry day to day activities.