Have you felt your pain intensify over the years? Do you feel anxious about ‘stirring’ up old injuries or areas where you have had surgery? Did you know that your perception of pain is heavily influenced by your mindset? In this episode, Heidi explains how pain is subjective and can be changed with how you filter your internal thoughts and speech within certain regions of your brain.
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About our Authors
Heidi Hadley CCSE ESMT
Heidi Hadley is a Certified Clinical Somatic Educator and Somatic Movement Teacher. Heidi has worked as a Natural Health Practitioner since 2001 and owns a thriving Movement & Wellbeing Centre in Adelaide, South Australia. She is also the founder of TotalSomatics.com, an online Somatic Movement program designed to reduce pain, increase mobility, improve posture & develop mindfulness.