Integrating Interoceptive Awareness for Improved Self-Awareness with Dr. Cynthia Price

Interoceptive awareness involves attention to internal body sensations, both physical and emotional and is critical for facilitating self-care and emotion regulation. Massage therapists can learn to help their clients increase their capacity for Interoception. Listen and learn about important considerations for practice, based on the training and research expertise of Dr. Cynthia Price.

Cynthia Price, PhD MA LMT, is a massage therapist researcher at the UW, and Director of the Center for Mindful Body Awareness. She developed evidenced-based approach Mindful Awareness in Body-oriented Therapy (MABT) to teach Interoceptive awareness and address bodily disconnection frequently seen among those with trauma, pain, and addiction.