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somatic

1. of or relating to the soma
2. of or relating to an animal body or body wall as distinct from the viscera, limbs, and head
3. of or relating to the human body as distinct from the mind
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As someone from the somatic persuasion (the Feldenkrais Method), I've always felt my gift to the field is being able to put into words how an artist moves differently than the person next to them.
Furthermore, I practice preventative and alignment exercises weekly as a result of studying with a number of healthcare professionals including osteopaths, physiotherapists, Somatics practitioners, and personal trainers.
Further, hyperhomocysteinemia has been associated with the development of certain somatic and psychiatric diseases, for example, major depressive disorder or dementia [26, 27].
Moreover, there is evidence that high somatic anxiety and hypochondriasis predict a low likelihood of sustained remission with ECT (41).
Part 2 is a compilation of "second generation" and "third generation" somatics, complete with examples of research and applications in education, from research with graduate students to young children with neurological imbalances.
37-45; Mitra, A Critical Appraisal, 45; Michael Radich, "The Somatics of Liberation: Ideas about Embodiment in Buddhism from Its Origins to the Fifth Century CE" (PhD diss., Harvard Univ..
"It's hard to leave this, but I really do want to do research and writing on dance somatics, which is my specialty - it's what my degree is in," Honka said.
A workshop to help relieve pain and disability called Hanna Somatics will take place on June 14 from 2 to 5pm.
As such, we need to reject somatics, or those sensations we obtain through our extremities in knowing the world.
Thomas Hanna, in his book Somatics, (1) described this phenomenon as the red light reflex, presenting a list of possible responses.