Debbie Jane Wales


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BMC®Somatic Movement

Somatic movement is a continual and experiential journey into the dynamic and changing terrain of the body, whereby we continuously explore and discover the relationships between the very smallest level of activity at the deepest cellular level, and the largest level of movement as in the outer form of expression. As we do this we become more efficient in meeting our intentions and creating greater health, coming to know the body and personality, to the lighter energetic, spirit and soul.

As you learn to listen to, identify, differentiate, and integrate the unique and various tissues and systems in the body such as respiratory, skin, fluid, nervous, organs, skeleton, ligaments, fascia, fat, and endocrine, you discover how they they each played and play a part in contributing to your breath, movement, emotions, and thought; healthy or otherwise, and what is needed to do to create that more beneficial body and expression of mind.

While we can develop verbal language for the sensations, feelings, thoughts and qualities that arise in movement and through touch, the body in its movement and breath usually expresses a far more honest and accurate picture of that which is unconscious, or wants to be expressed without adding or subtracting from what’s true. The brain can often deceive, especially when it’s something we don’t want to feel, or causes us pain; physical and emotional. Yet the body is always immediate - It won’t lie if you listen to it - and it’s always NOW.

Learning to stay close to the body and it’s sensations while listening to the inner conversation through practiced play between mind, body, and breath, in relation brings us closer to health and wellbeing, and at the same time it becomes far easier to access the depths of the mind and find the words for verbal expression. Now we are cultivating a sense of knowing and presence-ing that is often hard to reach…

Somatic movement can hep you - Create better balance and healthier movement, helping relieve pain and discomfort; Create truthful language through inner feelings and outer expression; Create better trust in intuition;Reach emotions and hidden memories of personal histories, and find a safe space for their expression and release; Learn to express healthy power and resolution;Develop connection between primordial power and grace; Learn to define boundaries and to clarify defensive resistance or healthy expression and desire; Find balance between mediation, rest and activity, presence and transformation.

Authentic Movement 

Authentic movement, created by Mary Whitehouse in the 70’s and originally known as Movement-in -Depth takes its roots from dance, mysticism and Jungian thought. The discipline comes alive as a movement form of Active imagination and kinetic meditation, whereby we discover a bridge between the unconscious expressing into conscious. ‘The body knows first’ and ‘The body keeps the score’ are powerfully expressed as the participant is moved before the mind speaks that which it knows.

At the centre of its core is the refinement of the Inner witness or Fair Observer, where we have the possibility of consciously relating to self, other’s, the invisible, and unknowable. It goes beyond words and concepts developing body mind spirit connection by giving access to the inner world which the body gives words to in creative expression making that invisible visible. Clear seeing is practiced whereby projections and evaluations are overcome.

Authentic movement always involves a mover and one or more witnesses which form a relationship of seeing and been seen. The witness holds space whilst the mover with eyes closed listens inward and follows the cellular impulses which arise through the expressive body. The observing witness is also part of the process as a receptive outward part of the mover, whereby a deep and empathic respect can emerge one for the other.

After being seen by another we are able to see ourself differently, and through this the witnesser has the ability to see their self differently, therefore ways of being in relationship, and self witnessing are learned in the present.


The Enneagram has a long history grounded in perennial wisdom, arising out of the ancient spiritual traditions such as Christianity, Judaism, and Sufism. The geometric nine point symbol stems from the Greek Ennea ( nine), and Gammas ( figure), and represents nine fundamental personality types, and the way in which they show up and relate to themselves and other’s and where they tend to turn to in stress and relaxation.

The Enneagram teaches responsibility and clear sight, yet doesn’t tell us what to do, where to get to, or what we are supposed to look like at the end as many teaching’s do - it alerts us to what we get caught up in, what we need to pay attention to, the way we lost and lose ourselves and the way back. Nothing will ultimately make a long term difference in our lives if we can’t see our patterns of coping, or where we turn to in stress….likewise if we cant inhabit that which we are learning about ourselves. At some point we have to stop coming at life from our fixations. We cant do this by repressing or ignoring, but only through seeing and integrating. It’s only then we can truly find the space for creative presence and the Enneagram shows us this.

The Enneagram can help you - Understand how fear and other unhelpful or dysfunctional patterns of behaviour are trying to orient you to something real; Help you to know yourself at a deep level, understanding how and why your limitations compulsions and defence strategies came about and how to integrate them; Cultivate authentic gifts and talents; Cultivate compassion for self and others as a natural outpouring rather than something you ‘need’ to do.


As a coaching method mBit takes off where NLP ends. it is intended to harness the synergistic intelligence that emerges from the intelligence, and integration of the three brains known as the head, heart and gut brains. It’s only over the last few decades science started to unravel the enteric (gut) and cardiac (heart) discovering that like the head brain they contain complex and functional neural networks with their own intelligence.

Each of these brains has it’s own set of prime functions, utilises different languages of communication, and has different goals operating with its own criteria. In other words they each have different concerns, and different ways of processing the world around them. Knowing and utilising this allows myself as coach to help you as client in emerging new ways of authentic ‘self-ing’ by facilitating the innate wisdom from a generative consciousness. In this way it aims to expand a more ongoing process as opposed to an end point.

mBraining can help you - Release unconscious conflict and resistance by defining which neural network needs to be integrated; Quickly get to root cause of issues by understanding what’s occurring, missing and needed; Resolve complex issues; Integrate all three brains; Bring greater wisdom in personal and societal decision making, and action taking.

Process Work 

Process work ( process oriented psychology) was developed by Arnold Mindell, a quantum physicist and Jungian psychologist. It blends Jungian psychology with Shamanism, mystical traditions, quantum thought, dreams, and the Universal Mind or Mind of God.

In process work we learn that at the core of the world, or the Universe is the same ‘field’ moving each of us, in sometimes uncomfortable or surprising ways. Personal, family, cultural, and collective histories and stories are interwoven more than we may think, and even while we may feel like we have a handle on our own emotions or personal challenges we can still feel the pull of the collective which in turn affects us as individual. It’s true our world needs us as much as ‘we need us,’ so when we can stay close to our awareness, with practice, we are much more capable of solving conflicts and keeping a balanced footing within moments of challenge.

The awareness practice within process work helps cultivate an understanding of the relational field within the state of consciousness between facilitator and client; me and other, whereby both are not separate one from the other. Therefore both, or all (group)are on a mutual journey of exploration, whereby their process are interdependent extending into a mutual bubbling up within the field of consciousness. It’s within this space new and unconscious information is perceived.

Process work can help you - Heal the collective and individual traumas of past; Gain clarity, understanding, acceptance, and integration around the things dividing us internally and externally; Cultivate a better understanding of self and other; Helps blocks, belief systems, and limitations bubble up from the unconscious so we can understand, appreciate and integrate, to move through them; Promote non violent communication through understanding.

Debra Jane Wales - Healer & Therapist