De-Armoring the Legs, Arms, and Internal Organs

Published: Jun 6, 2024
Edited by: Marce Ferreira

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Within De-Armoring practices the focus of treatments is often on body parts that tend to hold a lot of emotions, such as the abdomen, chest, back, neck and shoulders, or the genital organs such as the prostate, penis, vagina, uterus, and so on.

Nevertheless, all areas of the body may be subject to holding patterns, and thus subsequently to De-Armoring work. Think for instance of the legs, knees, feet, thighs, arms, hands, and internal organs such as the liver and kidneys.

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Tensions, contractions, adhesions, numbness or disconnectedness related to suppressed or repressed emotions and trauma can be found across the body, on the inside and on the outside.

The body parts that need to be De-Armored depend on the type of person and on their specific emotional experiences and associated physiological and physical reactions. As a rule, the De-Armoring therapist will often need to seek and probe diligently to find all bodily areas that are armored.

Today you’ll find that De-Armoring techniques often include massage, acupressure, stretches, physical exercises and breathwork. Nonetheless, other De-Armoring techniques may also come into play which — depending on the De-Armoring treatment modality, the background of the therapist, and the needs of the patient/client — may include Talk Therapy, Grounding, Mindfulness, Movement Exercises, Simulation and Roleplay, Visualizations, Suggestive Music, and other techniques.

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