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How to Develop Body Awareness through Movement Therapy with Erica Hornthal

January 25, 2024 Roberta Rosa Season 2 Episode 4
How to Develop Body Awareness through Movement Therapy with Erica Hornthal
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Feel The Void
How to Develop Body Awareness through Movement Therapy with Erica Hornthal
Jan 25, 2024 Season 2 Episode 4
Roberta Rosa

In this episode, Erica Hornthal, a licensed therapist specializing in the connection between movement and mental health, discusses the power of body awareness and movement in therapy. She explains the body-mind connection and how movement influences our thoughts and emotions. Erica also addresses the challenges clients face in connecting with their bodies and shares practical advice for incorporating movement into daily life. She discusses her book, Body Aware, and the impact of the pandemic on mental health. Finally, Erica shares her insights on the future of dance movement therapy and its potential to become more mainstream.

Takeaways:

The way we move influences how we think, feel, and behave. The body-mind connection is essential for mental health.
Incorporating movement into daily life can help improve emotional well-being and increase self-awareness.
The pandemic has had a significant impact on mental health, highlighting the need for better stress management and emotional regulation.
Dance movement therapy offers a unique approach to therapy, combining movement and talk therapy to support mental health.

Connect with Erica:
Instagram: @the.therapist.who.moves.you

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Conectá con Roberta:
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Consultas: roberta@feelthevoid.club



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Show Notes

In this episode, Erica Hornthal, a licensed therapist specializing in the connection between movement and mental health, discusses the power of body awareness and movement in therapy. She explains the body-mind connection and how movement influences our thoughts and emotions. Erica also addresses the challenges clients face in connecting with their bodies and shares practical advice for incorporating movement into daily life. She discusses her book, Body Aware, and the impact of the pandemic on mental health. Finally, Erica shares her insights on the future of dance movement therapy and its potential to become more mainstream.

Takeaways:

The way we move influences how we think, feel, and behave. The body-mind connection is essential for mental health.
Incorporating movement into daily life can help improve emotional well-being and increase self-awareness.
The pandemic has had a significant impact on mental health, highlighting the need for better stress management and emotional regulation.
Dance movement therapy offers a unique approach to therapy, combining movement and talk therapy to support mental health.

Connect with Erica:
Instagram: @the.therapist.who.moves.you

Support the Show.

Conectá con Roberta:
Linkedin
Instagram
Youtube
Listen

Consultas: roberta@feelthevoid.club



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