Body Talks Therapy Hosts Healing Events
Mar 26, 2017 09:37AM
Allison Brunner with class
Allison Brunner, licensed clinical social worker and founder of Body Talks Therapy (BTT), is hosting a class called Movement Medicine: Transformational Dance, offering therapeutic dance in the form of authentic movement, at 7:15 p.m., every first and third Thursday of the month, at Mulberry Art Studios, 21 North Mulberry Street, in Lancaster.
A Body Talks Therapy workshop series kicks off on April 13, at 7:15pm, in her office at 237 North Prince Street, Suite 303, with its first, Rewire Your Brain for Pleasure: Focus on What You Love vs. Resisting What You Don’t. The workshops will offer mindfulness-based, body-centered, or somatic, approaches to personal transformation, healing, and thriving.
Brunner also offers Mid-Day Mindfulness practice in her office at 237 North Prince Street, Suite 303, at 12:30 p.m., every Tuesday, or in a closed Facebook group (via Facebook Live) called Body Talks Therapy: HSP Community.
A New Moon meet-up for Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs) takes place on the new moon each month, at 7:15 p.m., in Brunner’s office.
“Body Talks Therapy offers these services, events and activities in order to support the HSP’s natural propensity toward wellness,” explains Brunner. “These are holistic alternative or adjunctive approaches to healing body, emotions, mind and spirit so people can live fuller, happier lives. BTT educates HSPs in how best to nurture and appreciate their sensory processing sensitivity personality trait and engage in optimal self-care.”
Cost: Varies according to class/event. For more information, call 717-340-2096 or visit BodyTalksTherapy.com.