EP 200: Understanding Your Body Language With Kelly Love
Your body language is essential to your well-being, but do you know when your body speaks? Psychosomatic bodywork is an approach that combines different techniques that are rooted in guiding a person to reach their goals through different therapies.
Among these include talk therapy, breathwork, and movement. It also includes somatic-emotional awareness and trauma release to reclaim one’s energy and physical presence.
Psychosomatic bodywork works by tapping into mind and body communication. It focuses on this connection so the therapist can work toward physical and emotional healing.
In a way, it is possible to heal the mind and the body through the mind. But how does this truly work? Is it possible to adapt this in our everyday life?
In this episode, we would like to introduce you to Kelly Love. Kelly is a rewilding coach guiding you back to the truth of what your soul came here to do, be, and express through the body’s wisdom.
Kelly uses transformative psychosomatic bodywork to help achieve physical and emotional healing.
Questions for Our Guest
The questions below are some we’d like to tackle. We often go off-topic, so we don’t expect to hit them all. If you have any ideas, please let us know.
Looking forward to our conversation!
These are the questions you had in Calendly. We’ll go off your questions and wherever else our conversation goes.
- Please give us a little background about yourself.
- What is the language of the body?
- How can we use the body’s language to live aligned with our soul’s purpose?
- Can you hear what pain and trauma you store in your body?
- How can nurses use body Language to understand their patients?
- How does this body language allow us to treat the root cause of disease to better care for our patients?
- Tell us how you help patients heal.
- Where can people find you?
Matts’s Experience with Body Language
The left pectoral muscle is also lower than the right, speaking again into the feminine heart energy being drained out, exhausted, or having challenges encouraging and uplifting your own heart.
This is your solar plexus, and when the elbows are turned out, it signifies a history of giving away your power. Imagine a young boy with his arms out asking, “How much more do I have to give you for you to love me?
LOWER BACK: More hollowing shows a long history of busting your back to please/care for others vs. caring for your own needs and desires.
Before we end the show, we have one last question we like to ask all our guests.
If you had the opportunity to have a Cup of coffee with anybody one last time, who would it be and why?
Enjoy Kelly’s services and use our code CUPOFNURSES10, which is suitable for any service of $500 or more. To know more about Kelly, send her a DM thru her socials or visit her website at:
Join her Group coaching program Soul Much Love at KellyLoveRewilding.com/SoulMuchLove
Connect with Kelly through her Instagram at @KellyLoveRewilding
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01:35 About Kelly Love
03:26 How Kelly learned about the relationship between the body and emotions
07:31 How does body language impair our physical state?
11:56 How emotions impact particular body parts
13:41 Body language as a two-way system
15:37 How does the condition of our patients affect us as nurses?
21:31 How to tell if there is a medical or mental problem
25:56 How can a nurse give their patient greater care?
27:49 Common issues that most people have
29:42 How Kelly treats her patients
32:36 How can you heal yourself
33:42 A recurring theme in Kelly’s client
38:13 What should women do during their period?
41:49 Wrapping up the episode