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ON THIS EPISODE OF INNER ALCHEMY
healing the collective wounds of the masculine and the feminine through sound and vibration
I am joined on this episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast by fellow somatic practitioner and research lover, Paula Scatoloni. Paula brings a wealth of knowledge to the podcast that I find so so necessary in today’s day and age. She specifically focuses on developing a neural platform for finding safety by way of the auditory pathways. By creating more neuroplasticity and softening our senses to invite ourselves back into relationship with ourselves, we can experience healing on a deeper level. We discuss the use of tuning forks, hypoarousal versus hyperarousal, and how to return to our earliest experiences of belonging and existence. Listen now on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
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ABOUT THE GUEST
Paula is an LCSW, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and Contemporary Sound Healer. She has over 3- decades of experience in psychology including psycho-somatics and the study of stress and the nervous system. She is a faculty member of the Embodied Recovery Institute, is the lead author of the SE-SSP guidelines, and serves as a consultant for Unyte-ILS. In her private practice, Paula offers a blend of Biofield Tuning, Somatic Experiencing, and the Safe and Sound Protocol to facilitate individual, ancestral, and collective healing in and through the body. A blend of modern science and ancient wisdom, her approach supports individuals in the exploration of collective archetypal patterns that are held in the body and psyche. Her workshops are designed for professionals who are seeking a deeper connection to self through conscious embodiment, an increased capacity for interpersonal resonance, and a restored sense of interconnectivity with the natural world.
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• DISCOVER: Safe & Sound Exploration Groups
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