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They say "Do one thing every day that scares you." Well, I don't know about every day, but today I did something to push my comfort zone and my physical limits. A 270km ride from Magdeburg to Judith's aunt and uncle's place in Pirna (south of Dresden). It was a crazy 9.5 hour adventure through beautiful fields of sunflowers, wheat, and corn.
At times Google's idea of the best route included 7km of forest trail and tried to convince me to cut across a military life fire training range. That detour (and the ensuing double flat) told me it was time for a healthy lunch of a donut, ice cream, and a chocolate milk.
But eventually I made it to the beautiful sights of the Saxony Elbe Bike Trails, through wine country, past Meißen, and Dresden and to my destination.
What a trip, now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna give my butt a couple days break from the saddle. But not too long, Ironman Coeur d'Alene is only five weeks away.
3. Build Trust and Rapport:
Beginning any movement or touch therapy client/practitioner relationship with the invitation to provide honest verbal feedback (e.g. ask to slow down, pause or stop treatment at any time, ask to change pressure or intensity, provide personal insight into the process) is also advised.
Offering this invitation at other times, either at the beginning or during a treatment, can also be helpful in creating trust, rapport, and a richer experience.
That said, it will not always be easy for a client to provide this feedback of their own volition, especially towards the beginning of working together (and especially if this client is new to receiving professional physical care), so making a point to check-in periodically about pressure, touch quality, physical comfort, treatment goals, etc. is a good idea. (This is, of course, a basic rule-of-thumb with any client, but I think bares special emphasis for HSPs.) .
(From my, "How to Be Cared For: A Guide for Highly Sensitive People." Click the link up in my bio ☝️for the full article, and SHARE with your fellow HSPs and physical care provider buddies who work with HSPs! Communication is 🔑