How to Positively Impact Your Emotional and Mental Health Through Body Movement Empowerment with Jessie Lucas
Have you developed a body awareness to where you feel empowered? Do you want to take control of your body and develop a physical and emotional resiliency?
Physical movement and posture can really change the game for you by strengthening your body and releasing pain and tensions. You will be surprised by how much improving your overall body health through movements will positively impact both your mental and emotional health.
On the show today, we have Jessie Lucas, a movement educator and founder of the Embodied Movement Method. She helps women navigate their energetic and emotional habits that shape their physical wellbeing to reduce stress and strain in their systems, uplift their posture and energy, and create empowered health through embodied movement.
Listen in to learn about the Embodied Movement Method and how it can help reduce stiffness in your body, refine your movements, and create resiliency. You will also learn the importance of developing a sense of community where you learn to help others.
“The more self-aware you are, the more you know how your body systems work.”- Jessie [24:31]
What You Will Learn:
[2:09] Jessie on how her life evolved in many different ways before she became a movement educator.
[7:33] She explains the events that changed the trajectory of her career to body movement.
[18:56] Biohacking- how to take control of your body, be aware of it, and become empowered.
[25:43] How the Embodied Movement Method methodology addresses body safety first and develops a nervous system level of resiliency.
[33:27] Jessie on why her younger self would have benefitted from setting boundaries.
[34:02] How Jessie in the future would advise the now Jessie.
[35:16] How she’s empowered by other women in their empowerment journey.
Lauren is a Master Certified Health and Life Coach that helps womxn reach their peak performance by leveraging their cycle.
The One Where A Girl Just Wants To Have Fun
What if you've been an observer of fun, but rarely ever shared in its joy? Jessie Lucas can relate deeply to this feeling. On a search to find its true meaning, she endeavors to feel safe again so she can savor those moments when they do appear.
• "Fun isn't a one defined moment"
• "Life points"
• "The somatic storage of your life's experiences"
Ok you guys...here's the deal...I consider one of my top skills being able to be present in really hard moments. I can do dark and gritty. One thing I've realized over the years as I've moved through abuse, divorce, single parenting, loss of friends, loss of a parent...while I've prioritized self-care, I have moved farther and farther from fun.
Most things people think are fun, I don't...and most of the time I have prioritized working hard on either personal or professional growth.
My word of the year in 2021 is FUN!
My conversation with Savio explores this!
Listen here: www.podbean.com/pu/pbblog-upkfe-aca4e6
"I believe life speaks to us in different ways. Many of us listen, but don't know how or where to begin. As someone who has crossed the bridge between life and death, I say simply begin where you are now and get busy living.
I've been seeking answers to some of life's most perplexing questions my entire life. In 2014 I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Cancer, and ever since, I realized my calling existed outside of what I knew to be familiar. As a Board Certified Wellness Coach, my job is to ask the deep questions of those trying to make sense of their place in this fractured world. I created this podcast as a home for survivors like myself, and those who are searching to find meaning in the 'why?'"
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“Language of Sensations”
Welcome to this segment of "The Language of..." series, where I get to interview experts and talk about their language of expertise.
Why did I start this series? Because I believe language barriers exist all around us. The sooner we overcome these barriers, the sooner we can understand each other and get the help we need.
In this interview, I talk to my new friend, Jessie Lucas. Jessie is the founder of the Embodied Movement method and she teaches people how to release trapped emotions in their bodies. In this video, we talk about "The Language of Sensations."
We talked about:
1) How "The Language of Sensations" is the language of our unconscious self, and how THAT can affect our communication with other people.
2) How fellow empaths and everyone in the world can benefit from Embodied Movement. 3) How the mind has one story but the body tells another
To learn more about Jessie and her company, Embodied Movement Training, visit her website at http://embodiedmovementtraining.com/
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