We are all born with an innate ability to create changes in our life. This is connected to our bodily sense of ourselves, in relation to how we feel, think, and interact with our world.
Sometimes we may experience sensations such as discomfort, pain, disconnection, stuckness or inhibition that may stop us from achieving what we truly want.
In times of intensity, challenge or potential opportunities, it is possible to learn to flow with these sensations and tap into a more relaxed and deeper sensation of our body and mind. Through this we can find strength from our past, clarify and align ourselves with our future intentions, and gain insight and vital energy to support a fuller experience of our body, mind and wellbeing.
You might be feeling stressed, stuck in a routine, anxious, in conflict with your thoughts or feelings. Or you might wish to have a better relationship to your body, to feel more confident in speaking, to have more meaningful connections with other people, or to develop your creative expression from a deeper place. You might have a particular goal that you’d like to be supported with, or you might have an old question that needs a fresh perspective. BODYSPOKEN sessions can help accompany you on your journey of personal transformation, using a holistic approach to integrate body, mind, and voice.
“The session … resonated in my body and mind for a long time after and helped me make some concrete changes in my life. I was impressed with her as a therapist. I felt safety but also a lot of freedom. I think that might have something to do with her long experience as an improviser in movement and music. Thank you Jan” (Daniel Mang,physiotherapist, bodyworker, movement teacher)–
My name is Jan – Ming Lee, and I hold BODYSPOKEN one-to-one sessions in Bristol and London. I offer an open listening space that seeks to respond to each person’s pace and rhythms.
I am trained in The Pantarei Approach which is a body-based approach that combines creative verbal communication with hands-on empathetic touch.
I tap into my experience as an artist working with dance, music and the performing arts to invite and free up sensation and expression in the body, movement, the voice and presence.