In today’s episode I’m chatting with my good friend Seth Oberst, DPT, CSCS. I’m such a fan of his approach to physical therapy because ultimately he helps people cultivate a deeper awareness of themselves. He educates people on how to regulate their own body so that they may take back control. He strives to help people feel connected to themselves in the present moment. And in case you didn’t know, Seth is actually a returning guest from season 1 here on the podcast! You can check out the first episode we did here: LPP #3 Connecting With The Present Moment with Seth Oberst Ever catch yourself clenching your teeth? Unfortunately this is one of my default responses to stress. And I’d like to take a minute to dive a little deeper into this word “stress” because I feel like it gets thrown around a lot. Stress is such an ominous term, and it doesn’t really help us get a handle on identifying the root cause. So I think a more useful approach is: to get curious and more specific about what it is we are feeling. To go back to my teeth clenching. I can pinpoint the moment when I became […]The post LPP #59 The Illusion of Control & How Trauma Stays In Our Body with Seth Oberst appeared first on liveng proof.