Hermann interviewed for upcoming film about emotional release healing
A film crew visited the Psychosomatic Therapy College recently to record an interview and an emotional release bodywork session with Hermann Müller and local actor Ty Hungerford.
Psychosomatic Therapy is going to feature in an upcoming DVD project called e-motion which is due for release soon.
Ty’s role on the day was to play a client experiencing a face reading and a bodywork session, and describe his experience on camera.
Feeling a little nervous at first with no idea what was about to happen, Ty was quickly put at ease by Hermann’s presence and was fascinated by what he shared with Ty in a short face reading session.
The actor was even more blown away by what he experienced in his bodywork session and is keen to follow up with some more Psychosomatic Therapy emotional release work.
e-motion, created by Play Pictures, explores the idea that the trapped emotions, fears and anxieties we hold in our bodies are the source of all that ails us. It suggests that if people can experience the release of these negative emotions it will light a new path for humanity.
So watch out for e-motion, it will be out soon with lots of extra footage available online.