Brian Siddhartha Ingle, ND, DO
Take the first step to free the “muscle of your soul” and yourself from debilitating chronic stress, pain, and trauma.
It has been said that where our attention goes, energy flows — that by simply giving our attention to something we energize it with intention.
The widespread effects that our thoughts and attention can have on our health have been emphatically demonstrated within a variety of healing modalities and scientific disciplines.
Osteopathic medicine reveals that every act of attention or intention to act initiates a musculoskeletal response that activates your body’s neuromuscular stress reflexes — for better or worse.
These reflexes embed either a sense of calm, safety, and ease within your physiology, igniting the relaxed, health-infused state of the parasympathetic nervous system...
... or the agitation, fear, and constriction of an alarmed sympathetic nervous system — which too often leads to chronic pain and conditions, mystery (idiopathic) pain, illness, and dis-ease.
Osteopathic doctor Brian Siddhartha Ingle teaches that there is one area of the body in particular that holds tremendous power over your stress reflexes and their debilitating effects: the iliopsoas muscle group, also called the muscle of the soul.
Rising from different areas of the lumbar spine and pelvic bowl, this is the place where we store our trauma and history, he says. When it’s working, unburdened by stress and trauma, it enables us to be free in all ways — mind, body, heart, and soul.
During this powerful hour with Brian, who is also the founder of Living Somatics, you’ll learn how crucial the muscle of the soul is in your capacity to prevent and heal chronic stress, pain, and trauma — and to live with greater ease and a felt sense of freedom within your own body.
Join this FREE online event to explore:
- The muscle of the soul — and the role the iliopsoas muscle group plays in your overall wellbeing and spiritual evolution
- A guided experience to help free the muscle of the soul
- How your body is habitually experiencing the 3 neuromuscular reflexes of stress — and how this leads to chronic muscular or musculoskeletal pain
- The inner workings of Brian’s formula for healing: Embodiment + Health + Dis-ease
- Why Sensory Motor Amnesia (SMA) is the most common cause of chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system — and how to shift from SMA to sensory motor remembering
- The cause of your mystery aches and pains and lack of energy — and a process to unravel them
As a pioneer in the field of somatic education, a certified Hanna Somatic Educator, and practitioner of the Feldenkrais Method®, Brian teaches embodied movement as a vehicle to greater freedom.
During your time with him, you’ll learn how awareness and gentle somatic movement can be combined to mitigate the three neuromuscular reflexes of stress, address tension and pain, and support self-healing.
Learning how to transform attention into conscious awareness is the first step toward living in a more embodied and aligned way — better equipped to release the held patterns of fear and trauma that are buried within your body...
... while also enhancing your natural ability to self-regulate, balance your nervous system and overall health — and self-heal.
Brian will share another important step as well: why Sensory Motor Amnesia is the most common cause of chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system... and share his unique formula for healing.
You’ll also be guided through an experience to help free your “soul muscle”... illuminating a practical path to greater flexibility, peace, and optimized health.
Are you ready to free the muscle of your soul — and yourself from debilitating chronic stress, pain, and trauma?
Join Brian to take the first step. In joining, you’ll also be among the first to learn about his new course on somatic osteopathy, a clinical approach to embodied health, awareness, and wellbeing.
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Join this FREE video event with Brian Siddhartha Ingle and take the first step to free “the muscle of your soul” and yourself from debilitating chronic stress, pain, and trauma.
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What People Are Saying About Brian Siddhartha Ingle...
“The depth, sincerity, and authenticity of his work is both palpable and healing.”
If you are looking for an uplifting course to savor more of the power, serenity, and beauty of your inner world, and let that ripple out into your life more, this is the course for you. Brian is a very talented somatic practitioner. He holds space beautifully and gives an empowering, nonjudgmental presence that is in itself transformative. The depth, sincerity, and authenticity of his work is both palpable and healing. Brian’s upbeat and uplifting approach to this work is deeply grounded in his osteopathic training. He is a real gift to this world, and this course will no doubt be a gift to you in your life. Enjoy it.
— Emer, holistic therapist and teacher, Ireland
“... you will get access to valuable tools and principles that will improve your somatic awareness...”
Living Somatics offers an exceptional education in somatic movement. Brian is highly professional and creates a safe space for learning and exploring where everyone feels heard and seen. Whether you are doing the education to work in this field or if you are doing it for your own personal development, you will get access to valuable tools and principles that will improve your somatic awareness and your quality of life for years to come. Studying with him is the best decision I have made, and I cannot recommend him highly enough.
— Annika Pahlen, physiotherapist, Stockholm, Sweden
“I love that if my body is in pain, I no longer have to go to a practitioner for relief...”
I have suffered from lower back pain for most of my life, and as a result, I have studied fitness, yoga, and Pilates to alleviate the condition. While each of these has played a role in minimizing discomfort, none have had the profound effect of Living Somatics. I love that if my body is in pain, I no longer have to go to a practitioner for relief (although that does feel good). I can instead explore the Living Somatics movement lessons. The work has had a profound impact on my life, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is willing to explore the subtlety of movement within their own body. Unlike many other modalities, this work is accessible to all bodies. I hope you enjoy your journey.
— Rachel Falconer, Living Somatics Movement teacher, yoga and Pilates instructor, Sydney, Australia
“[Brian] opened doors of embodied wisdom, honesty, and gentleness...”
I am very happy to be a part of the Living Somatics family since 2016. And even more happy that Brian was my first guide in this world of freedom, self-exploration, and deep body knowledge. He opened doors of embodied wisdom, honesty, and gentleness, and he supported and shared his knowledge in a way that includes respect, trust, and loving kindness. For me his ability to accept, share, and improve is an example of the wisest way in a somatic field.
— Alina Litvinova, Clinical Living Somatic Educator, freediving instructor, fitness coach, and apnea yoga teacher, Moscow, Russia
“Brian’s deliveries are sensitive and touching in a way that is beyond intellectual comprehension.”
I am so thankful that I found Living Somatics training! As a yoga therapist I was looking for somatic training as a complementary “tool” to help my clients to leverage the body-mind connection and to assist them in moving towards wellbeing. By serendipity I discovered, through a free workshop, the teaching of Brian, which led me to what I was looking for: “There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen.” Now that I’ve enrolled with the online Living Somatics Movement Teacher Training (LSMTT), I can deeply recommend the program. It’s intense and very practical. We are a group of students from different countries learning within a very positive and open-minded group spirit. In addition, Brian’s deliveries are sensitive and touching in a way that is beyond intellectual comprehension. I am so grateful!
— Pénélope Caux, yoga therapist, Living Somatics Movement teacher in training, Paris, France
About Brian Siddhartha Ingle
Brian Siddhartha Ingle, RMSE, ND, DO, is a licensed doctor of osteopathic medicine and also a naturopath. He is a certified Hanna Somatic Educator®, a somatic yoga teacher, a practitioner of the Feldenkrais Method®, and an aqua bodyworker. He is co-founder of Living Somatics, along with Gayatri Schriefer, and is the founder and educational director of the Ingle Institute for Somatic Education.
Brian is a graduate of the British College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Novato Institute for Somatic Research and Training. For more than 30 years, Brian has been inquiring into authentic systems of self-healing, movement, and personal development. He has a background in Ayurvedic medicine and Vedic astrology and has been based in India since 1995.
Brian co-curates and co-hosts the online Somatic Movement Summit, a collaboration between Living Somatics and The Shift Network. Brian travels extensively, sharing his passion for embracing somatic movement as a vehicle to greater freedom. He teaches workshops and professional trainings all over the world and online. Brian conducts trainings in the clinical-hands on work of Living Somatics as well as extensively training people as Somatic Movement Teachers in a one-year online program.