""Research has now found a direct link between PTSD and pelvic floor dysfunction, and this is pronounced in cases of sexual trauma or childhood sexual and physical abuse," Boga points out. "A lot of the time, there's no solid memory of the abuse so it can be hard to heal if you don't know what’s happened to you. However, the body holds the story and also the keys to healing."
“It’s a very simple experience”, Boga says. Attendees “log in, lie down, and relax, and I start the healing work, essentially describing what I’m doing and what’s happening, which is corroborated in the bodies of those in the virtual space”. For her type of event, online is the premium option because attendees are likely to feel at their most comfortable at home. “This is where we really go deep into healing because you’re already in your safe space”, she adds.
"Safa Boga is back on the podcast to share what's she's learned about building a rewarding, potent, and authentic healing practice. She talks about the importance of knowing who you are, being transparent with clients, and focusing your energy to be a powerful agent of change. She also shares her perspective on evaluating new clients to determine if they are a good fit for your particular style of practice."