Nervous System Support. Is this something you account for and acknowledge with your business?
So many of our businesses are created from a place of trauma.
Oftentimes, we create our business around an experience we went through in an attempt to help prevent others from having the same experiences that we did.
However, we have to come to an understanding and realization that it does yourself, and those you’re serving no good when you are serving from a place of personal wounding, where your own cup is empty.
In this episode we have Lesha Nelson joining us. She has spent over a decade studying trauma, meditation, stress responses in the body, psychosomatics, attachment, the womb, birth work, really so many different things.
Her mission is to repattern your nervous system, from dysregulation and childhood conditioning, so that you can shine from a place of embodied wellness. She helps to guide you to reconnect with your divine feminine and your womb space.
She’s a very well-established specialist and facilitates the release of this dysregulation and conditioning of the mind and body.
In this interview, today, she’s going to share with us how our own drive is often built upon trauma, and how we can shift that naturally. We talk about co-regulation, and how our nervous systems work better as a community. We discuss psychosomatics and bringing wholeness into our bodies and that of our clients.
As you’re listening, think about how you are showing up in your body and in your space. How is that being reflected in the work that you’re doing with your clients?
Enjoy this amazing conversation.
I can’t wait to hear your thoughts and how this resonates with you in The Postpartum Circle Facebook group.
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