Body Mapping

Derived from the Alexander Technique, body mapping is a tool used to evaluate, make corrections to, and refine one’s own internal body map. This technique combines kinesthetic awareness (connecting the mind and body in terms of interpreting the signals from one to the other) with proprioception (the awareness of the body in space). Like the Alexander Technique, it is best known in the world of performers—such as musicians and dancers—who use body mapping to help keep their bodies moving freely and pain free.


Science Bulletins: Mapping Emotions in the Body

Feelings are often associated with physical reactions: terror can send chills down your spine, and love can leave you weak in the knees. A recent study has linked specific emotions to physical sensations.

The Body Has a Mind of Its Own: How Body Maps in Your Brain Help You Do (Almost) Everything Better

The Body Has a Mind of Its Own explains how you can tap into the power of body maps to do almost anything better: play tennis, strum a guitar, ride a horse, dance a waltz, empathize with a friend, raise children, cope with stress.

Researchers Map Body Areas Linked to Specific Emotions

These colorful images of emotional body maps allow you to visualize a target emotion as it is color-coded to areas of your body. Through daily physicality you learn to understand how your individual body feels in correlation to a wide range of emotions.


How Does Emotion Change Our Bodies

"A new study maps how different emotions are felt within the body, with profound implications for ways to control how we feel.

Mapping Emotions On The Body: Love Makes Us Warm All Over

When a team of scientists in Finland asked people to map out where they felt different emotions on their bodies, they found that the results were surprisingly consistent, even across cultures.


Body Mapping

Body mapping links in with our thoughts, feelings and behaviours cycle, it is part of the feelings section as we can experience feelings emotionally and physically, experiencing different physical sensations when particular emotions are around us, such as headaches, unhelpful thoughts, fast beating ...

Where Are Emotions Felt in the Body? This Infographic Will Tell You

Have you ever said that you had “cold feet,” “a gut reaction,” or “a shiver down your spine”? You probably didn’t think anything of it, but those clichés have more truth to them than you might think. Emotional body mapping can show you why.

Mapping Stored Emotions in the Body as a Means of Healing Physical Pain

The Body is a map of every experience we ever had. As we bridge the mind body and spirit we can better understand the connection between trapped emotions and physical ailments causing us suffering.


Where Do We Physically Feel Emotions?

Where in your body do you feel the feels?

Body Mapping: FAQ

The body map is one’s self-representation in one’s own brain. If the body map is accurate, movement is good. If the body map is inaccurate or inadequate, movement is inefficient and potentially injury-producing.


Mind-Body Connection