Recently, medical practice and trauma therapy have been inclusive of somatic or implicit memory with a special focus on the autonomic nervous system.
Prenatal and perinatal somatic therapy offers a holistic theory of memory that includes how we remember our earliest experience with our bodies. These implicit memories are connected to our prenatal, birthing, bonding, attachment and family experiences.
We can examine the patterns that come from these early times with a key code we call The Sequence. Each layer of our experiences has a sequence sometimes identified as a developmental need and sometimes it is related to an interruption of a biological expectation that is part of our human development. This talk presents The Sequence encourages the audience to examine their own ways of being through this specific pattern that is related to intrauterine life, birth, bonding and attachment.