Entries by Kathy Kerber

Somatics with Kathy Kerber Dec. 12

The Certified Hanna Somatic Educator with Holland Somatics talked about her distinctive service addressing muscle pain. Katherine Kerber, a Certified Hanna Somatic Educator with Holland Somatics , talked about her distinctive service addressing muscle pain during a Dec. 12, 2019 appearance.

Holland business offers alternative physical therapy

Katherine Kerber left Silicon Valley job to become certified practitioner in somatics. Katherine Kerber was suffering from debilitating back pain for more than two decades with no recovery success. The pain came from scoliosis that would cause flareups every six months or so that put her out of commission for four days. Exhausting all other […]

Holland Somatics

Holland’s Muscle Detective conquers chronic pain from within. We welcome a conversation with the CEO of Holland Somatics, Katherine Kerber. She joins us to discuss this only certified Somatic practice to offer treatment in the Great Lakes region. See original article here.

Adding Biofeedback Training to Hanna Somatics

I have completed a 5-day biofeedback training course held by Stens Corp. It was an exciting learning experience! I was very motivated to take this training, as I’ve found that some clients have difficulty with the releasing phase of their somatic movements. Almost everyone is really good at contracting muscles, but for some, the release part […]

Do Somatic Movements Make You Happy?

I’m going to reference a study from Dec of 2005 that I recently ran across. The study involved people with chronic depression and looked at the effect of vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) therapy conducted over a 3-month timeframe (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16005439?report=abstract&format=text). VNS involves “applying mild pulses of electrical energy to the brain via the vagus nerve. These […]

Research Project Involving Equestrian Jumping for 2016

In April, I take my second out of three modules of Equine Hanna Somatics training. I’m so blessed to have the opportunity to learn this amazing technique and also to have the ability to share it with horses and their owners. This spring is very exciting for me, as I will now be able to offer […]

Rethinking “thinking” for the New Year

I listened to a podcast recently that really captured my attention. In it, Tim Ferriss, noted bio/work/life hacker interviewed Eric Weinstein, a mathematician and economist. Right off the bat, Eric said, “The world is meant to be jail broken.” I don’t think he was talking about opening all prisons, but rather freeing us from mundane thinking because […]