Get Them in Their Bodies
- Invite fuller embodiment and kinesthetic awareness;
- Restore a client’s ability to use their own body as a primary resource;
- Improve the ability of clients to self-calm when anxious.
Connect Them to Their World
- Train clients to simultaneously maintain internal body awareness and groundedness while fully
perceiving and being present in their environment;
- Encourage clients to be aware of and enjoy the safety and wholeness of the present moment;
Unlock Hidden Information
- Reveal traumatic fixations through movement;
- Invite authentic movement and archetypal expression to reveal and release obstructions;
- Access the whole person through engagement with information held in postures and movement patterns;
Invite Transformative Movement
- Restore the flow of movement and energy through the body and whole person;
- Help clients become more flexible and resilient;
- Encourage creativity and increase confidence through the somatic integration of....
stability and movement;
tension and release
discomfort and flow;
For more on the Tuning Board’s use as a psychokinesthetic tool for therapists, see these
excerpts from "Relative Balance in an Unstable World: A Search for New Models for Trauma Education and Recovery"
by traumatologist Anngwyn St. Just.