- Learn the importance of healthy moment-to-moment boundaries
- Recognize the felt sense of three different boundary types
- Master somatic practices to create, form and sustain boundaries
- Reconnect with your body and restore a sense of safety and security
- Discern which experiences in your body are yours and which belong to others
- Take home a plan of action to create and sustain the boundaries that matter to you
In my daily work with Peace with Food Transformation Group students we keep bumping into boundaries.
What’s a healthy boundary?
How come one moment I am giving all of myself to the world, spilling over to help everyone in need, and the next I am lying on the couch, escaping from the world and not knowing how to come back into connection? What gives?
And why do I always feel so bad when I do what’s right for me?
How do I handle the guilt of setting a boundary?
And what about those people who don’t even see my boundary even when I set it?
These questions and more are always in our space when we explore boundaries – and instead of just having a conversation about them which will give you information, I invite you to practice together so that you can have both an understanding and a felt sense of your boundaries on the somatic level, and new and exceptional tools to reconnect with what a healthy boundary is for you, moment to moment.
If you are ready to take the next step and include your body in the boundary conversation, I can’t wait to see you!
Until you can say no, yes isn’t an option.–Dee Wagner
Galina Denzel is a Somatic Experiencing, a Neuroaffective Relational Model Practitioner, and a Somatic Practice Practitioner.
She is also trained as a Nutritious Movement Restorative Exercise Specialist and multiple other healing movement modalities that she’s needed to support clients and students with chronic pain and complex conditions.
She teaches the Peace with Self, Peace with Food method in small groups and workshops.
Her personal story healing from her own eating and body image disorder combined with her knowledge and experience as a trauma resolution practitioner make her work inspired, compassionate, and deeply transformative.