Partial Curriculum Outline

- Program Goal
- Your Daily Workload
- Problem/Solution

- Sample Topics include
- Implementation
- A Session Outline
- The Basis for the Principles and Skills 

Program Goal

This Program:
- Helps you sustain quality communication and relationships.
- Identifies and solves communication problems by supporting the underlying physiology of your body.
- Implements a set of skills into your daily fitness routine.

Your Daily Workload

Everyday you engage in a wide range of communication and relationship activities.   Your physiology is your instrument to accomplish these, and other tasks:

Sustain focus Positive emotions Speak clearly              
Strategic Vision Face to face
Organize Listen Read Emotions
Create ideas Write Be Present
Collaborate                Hold Intention Create value
Take action Trust Synchronize
Appreciate Being Search
Negotiate Intuit Agree
Process Information Win/win Show interest
Type Memory Prioritize and plan
Shake hands  Apologize  

These and other activities can be called your 'Communication and Relationship Workload'.  How do you take care of the parts of your body that support you to accomplish this 'Work'?


Mental, emotional, physical and social stress effects the regions of your body that control your ability to achieve these and other outcomes.
This program teaches advanced principles of anatomy and physiology in a practical, fun way so that you can enhance your daily fitness practices. 

The material is based:
- basic, advanced and medical research levels of information.  
- Typical stress solutions
- Sophisticated trauma physiology solutions
- Business communication training

The material is adapted to your level of interest.  The message is conveyed in a practical, engaging fashion, using both non-technical and technical terms to make the point. 

Theses physiology principles are taught  in this simple context: stress deteriorates the function of mental, emotional and physical systems. 

This deterioration can be more profound than you realize.  Take action now.

Learn to take care of these aspects of physiology and your life  will be easier, happier, and more productive.  Your relationships will be more fulfilling.  Your life will be better.

Sample Topics include

-      Communication as the Primary and Central Business Asset.
-      Communication-Centered Fitness versus Physical or Mental Fitness.
-      Factors that deteriorate 'Work Output' and Communication Performance.
-      The Entire Body is an Instrument of Communication and Expression.
·      Balancing Focus and Flow physiology.
-      Social Relationship Physiology.

·      Hands and the Heart Meridian.
·      Skin, Proximity and Presence.
-     Your Chest, The Thymus and Your Expression.
·      Core Resilience and Spinal Flexibility.
-      Connective Tissue, the Fluid Body, and Body Charge.
The Pulse of Awareness - Subtle Communication Signals.
-      How 'Work' happen in your body.
-      The Inner Fountain and the Spark of Relationship.
-      Case studies from individuals and companies.

Implementation Steps

The goal is for you to use the material daily to enhance your daily fitness program.   These skills complement your physical fitness, emotional management and mental focus skills.

- Learn to notice subtle signals and train reflex action.
- Refine daily work cycles - when and where  to do these fitness skills.
- Performance routines before meeting, phone calls, events
- Blending these skills into your existing fitness activities.
- 2-3 minutes snap shots of fitness.
- A life style of Communication Fitness.
- A team culture of Communication Fitness.
- Why you must practice public fitness.
- Reinforcement

The sessions are a combination of education, engagement and hands on massage and bodywork.

What are Individual & Team Sessions Like?

A Session Outline

·      Assessments
·      Principles
·      Mind-body skills
·      Body-center ‘Somatic’ exercises
·      Hands-on massage and bodywork
·      Homework
-  Coaching

The Basis for the Principles and Skills

- Business Communication Training
- Personal Development Psychology
- Integrated Health
- Social neuro-science
- Medical Physiology
- Trauma physiology
- Early Child Trauma
- Meditation practices
- Somatic Psychology
- Martial arts
- Sports Physiology
- Creative Arts
- Motivational Coaching
- And more ...

This approaches integrates a broad array of principles and skills.  This is due to the uncommon origin of these insights.

My Story – Communication Collapse and Recovery: a Disabling Medical Condition