Episode 176: Body Mapping to Calm the Nervous System
with Alicia Fajardo
Our bodies are smart. We can get bogged down in focusing on different cues for how we think our body should be moving or feeling, but Alicia Fajardo encourages us to ease back on those expectations and trust in the wisdom of our bodies.
If you’re interested in learning more about how your body works as an interconnected whole, this conversation on how we think about the substance and space of who we are will really resonate. By paying attention to how different parts of our body relate to each other in space, we can start to unpack and adjust the effects of things like pain and stress on our bodies.
On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:
- The evolution of her holistic biomechanics from an injury
- Background on the 19 different senses she’s identified in humans
- How she defines holistic biomechanics and how she uses it to help clients
- What effect updating brain maps can have
- Why we should give our unconscious brain more credit
Alicia Fajardo has been teaching in the movement field for 31 years and has a BS exercise science and sports study. In addition to being certified in a lot of different movement forms, she developed The Fajardo Method of Holistic Biomechanics to teach movement education and motor re-patterning in conjunction with nervous system awareness. Today, she teaches out of the Transformations Studio in Portland, Oregon.
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