Three such exercises I apply are:
- Sense Yawn
- Randy's 3-Step
- Yin~Yang Walking
Re-Inspired by Nature
Ecopsychology shifts the identification of the person beyond the skin-encapsulated ego to an expanded sense of self, whose identity is grounded in the whole of life. Freeing the psyche; it is inherently self-transcendent. It naturally connects people to their spiritual source, not by transcending life on earth, but by becoming more deeply connected with it. Ecopsychology and Nature Therapy offer an interconnected framework that benefits every part of the system of our world. Nature is therapeutic. We are nature -- not separate from it. The more deeply we experience that reality, the more healed and whole we become.
Randy Eady, M.Ed, (Wellness Contributor to AlternativeFirst.org) is a board-certified rehab. specialist with 18+ years of experience in patient advocacy and clinical contact. Randy is pursuing a doctorate in ecopsych-nature therapy from PNC/Akamia University.
Toes Knows Child-Inclusive Balance & Coordination Out-of-School Mobility Development
On a river of sound Thru the mirror go round, round I thought I could feel Music touching my soul Something warm, sudden cold The spirit dance was unfolding." — John Lennon, "#9 Dream"
Sense Yawning: An inter-generational therapeutic program that uses techniques such as dynamic, divergent, unfocused eye movement and acupressure stimulation to help pinpoint and reintegrate deficits in the body's three balance centers.
Randy Eady, a former Professor and Course Chair of Cultural Anthropology at the USAF Academy presenting on William D Evans II, Accessible sternwheel, watercraft, Bahia Resort Hotel, San Diego, CA, Nat'l Conf. on Inclusion
He'll present more on these themes at:
Changing Engagement in Outdoor Environment: Creating Therapeutic Garden Landscapes
September 21, 2011 - 2:30
Creekside Community Recreation Centre, 1 Athletes Way, Vancouver, BC