S06E15: Process-Oriented Healing through the Body via Movement and Touch w/ Cara Liguori

Hi my dear listeners! I am thrilled to introduce my next guest because we talk about the starkly opposing ideologies between Western and Eastern medicine, in the context of infant movement development and beyond. 

Cara Angela Liguori is a Somatic Practitioner, Infant Developmental Movement Educator, and Dream Guide whose creative healing journey began with dance and music. She is currently earning a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. 

In her one-on-one practice, Cara uses integrative touch, somatics, and guided meditations to support her clients’ body-mind-spirit integration. For infants and their caregivers, Cara provides education and skill-building for cultivating secure attachment skills and resilient movement and nervous system development through embodied observation, co-regulation, and handling techniques. In all her work, she facilitates connections with the underlying pathways of support that lead people to deepened relationships with themselves and others. 

Cara’s practice is client-centered, trauma-informed, and process-oriented. She is a certified practitioner of Zero Balancing, Esalen Massage, Somatic Movement Education for Adults and Infants via the School for Body-Mind Centering®, and Pilates.

Please tune into this fascinating episode. I’d love to hear what you thought in the comments!

Cara would like to acknowledge her Body-Mind Centering® teachers who include Amy Matthews, Sarah Barnaby, Satu Palokangas, her IDME cohort, and the founder, Bonnie Bainbridge-Cohen.


S06E15 Cara Liguori

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Email: [email protected]
Instagram: @caraliguori.wellbeing
Embodiment and Integration: The Well of my Being Blog

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