What is Interoception?

What is Interoception?

What is Interoception?

Interoception is our ability to notice what you are feeling.

This includes feeling if we you hot or cold, whether you are in pain, hungry or thirsty or even whether you feel happy, sad, safe or frightened.

During Trauma Sensitive Yoga classes or private sessions clients will be invited to use simple body movements & shapes, and to notice what they feel, allowing for the possibility that nothing is felt and that both are okay.

A 17 minute, chair-based yoga practice that emphasises interoception (noticing what you feel).

About the Author:

Esther is a Somatic Psychotherapist, Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) Clinician and a qualified Yoga and Mindfulness teacher and practitioner. Esther has been working in the private sector and in the community sector in three areas for over 10 years. She Practice in Yoga, Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) and neuroscience of trauma and healing, and the pervasiveness of complex developmental trauma in todays young adolescents and adults.

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