• Orientation

    Centered breathing, body alignment, muscle activity, attention, and posture supports self-regulation by providing a point-of-reference for goal-oriented action.

  • Engagement

    Stance, proximity, and position allow the development of dynamic connections with others. Connective non-verbal interaction aligns roles and boundaries in support of productive reciprocal relationships.

  • Response

    Alternatives to fight, flight, freeze instincts utilize movement to re-establish your center and re-oriented expectations so that expression is less likely to produce opposition.

  • Resolution

    Conflict emerges from the need for change. Resolution emerges from the energy of conflict. Successful resolution establishes mutual well-being, minimizing the likelihood of continued and future conflict.