Do you have difficulties with standing up for yourself, separating yourself from others, and maintaining a strong sense of self?
It could be that you’re falling short of managing your limits and boundaries in relationships.
Gain a deeper understanding of the difference between energy management and boundaries in relationships.
Learn how to separate the two and uncover any deficiencies you might have in each of the two areas.
Use experiential exercises to resolve these issues and better balance your emotions and your sense of self in social contexts.
Boundaries vs. Energy Management
Boundaries – the “Stop” sign – is the ability to separate from others so that you can sense your individuality and dignity, and from there, create good contact.
Energy Management – the “Time Out” sign – is the ability to sense and regulate your emotions once you’re in contact with someone.
But why is it important to differentiate between the two?
Paying Attention to Your Limits
If you ever feel overwhelmed or invaded in relationships, you might assume that the other person is overstepping your boundaries. Consequently, you push them away or withdraw.
Oftentimes, however, the problem is not in the other person. It’s that you’ve just had too much, you can no longer contain your emotions, and you need a time-out.
Holding Your Space & Emotions
Discover the different layers of boundaries that develop throughout childhood and learn how to spot and resolve any issues that have arisen during that period.
Gain practical insight into the functions of energy management and boundaries in relationships and the role of the body in the process of healing and regaining your balance.
Explore the meaning of and the difference between boundaries and energy management.
Powerful mind-body exercises on boundaries in relationships.
A selection of mind-body exercises to help you with your energy management and limits.
CEO & Senior Instructor at Bodynamic International
Born in 1959, Ditte Marcher is the daughter of the founder of Bodynamic, Lisbeth Marcher. She has been a member of Bodynamic since 1994. After completing the full analytic training in 1995, she chose to be trained as a teacher in Bodynamic.
Ditte Marcher is a therapist and one of the creators of Bodynamic’s shock approach. She deeply influenced Bodynamic with the concepts of Dignity, Me and the different layers of feelings.
Bringing awareness to your body
Based on multiple interrelated models – of psychological and physical health – the Bodynamic System is traditionally applied to body-psychotherapy. Its use and benefits, however, reach far beyond that.
The unique approach of Bodynamic helps you develop awareness – towards your bodily sensations, emotions, and the relationship between the two.
This kind of awareness is important for moving beyond insecure attachment, cultivating a strong sense of self, and learning to form healthy and balanced relationships.
In just one hour, you will learn experiential bodily exercises by a renowned therapist to change behavioral patterns around setting boundaries in relationships and energy management.
Access a groundbreaking approach to attachment issues that focuses on the root of the problem.
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Practical exercises to work through your attachment style.
Transformational learning for attachment healing.
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