SomatoEmotional Release

SomatoEmotional Release™

A therapeutic system developed in the 1970s and 1980s by Drs JE Upledger and Z Karni, based on the posit that the physical forces absorbed during an injury will either dissipate, allowing the body to heal itself, or be retained, which forces the body to adapt. The adaptive response consists of surrounding the physical force with a pocket of energy, which Upledger and Kami call an “energy cyst”, a hypothetical lesion that impedes healing; the energy cyst in turn becomes a cause of disease and dysfunction.
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Apart from a manual therapeutic approach such as BPSB, other therapies, even those considered exclusively psychological or energetic methodologies, such as hypnosis or acupuncture, may be equally effective in inducing a full somatoemotional release. Both somatic and psychological parts of this therapeutic somatopsychic process may be additionally facilitated by use of homeopathic bioregulatory medicines (e.g., New Vistas Nutraceutical combination remedies or Heel's antihomotoxic remedies), essential oils, crystals, music, and colors.
CranioSacral Theraphy and SomatoEmotional Release (1999).
Craniosacral Therapy and SomatoEmotional Release (1997) is also the founder and president of The Upledger Institute, Inc.
CranioSacral Therapy and SomatoEmotional Release is the application of this spiritual observation in the osteopathic field.
The Dura; SomatoEmotional Release and Beyond; Your Inner Physician and You; A Brain is Born; CranioSacral Therapy, Touchstone for Natural Healing; Working Wonders, Changing Lives with CranioSacral Therapy; CranioSacral Therapy, What it is, How it Works.
One of the tutors offered Angie some extra practice time and she ended up on the receiving end of a form of craniosacral therapy called SomatoEmotional Release with four other trainers joining in.
"SomatoEmotional Release is a way of ridding the body of the residual effects of past injuries and negative experiences.
Angie now offers SomatoEmotional Release, which has its basis biomechanics and was developed by scientists at Michigan State University, as part of her craniosacral therapy, as well as Reiki and more recently therapeutic counselling.
It a variety on therapies such as acupuncture, and a craniosacral-related therapy somatoemotional release. In part, these procedures are designed to help muscles are spastic, injured, hypertonic, or unused; they also help energy flow and balance.
Your Inner Physician and You: Craniosacral Therapy & Somatoemotional Release. North Atlantic Books (1997).
In the two decades since his initial research, Upledger has written three textbooks--Craniosacral Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy II: Beyond the Dura, and SomatoEmotional Release and Beyond, which explain the functioning of the craniosacral system in detail.
CT findings and somatic guarding of her pelvis indicated pelvic pain as well, but it took months of weekly treatment before she admitted to a pain "'shooting from the right hip across to my left.'" With the woman's consent and after consultation with her psychologist, monthly somatoemotional release sessions (a body-centered therapy for uncovering and resolving trauma stored in the body) were added to her treatment.