For Practitioners: learn how to use this therapy


Gina Calderone, MPT, physical therapist, offers various education in Physioenergetic Therapy, a hands-on protocol to reverse the physiological effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in body, and Physioenergetic Anatomy, a tool to detecting the generational and emotional root of life-threatening experiences triggering a life-threatening cycle of pain, disorder and disease.

She offers these training sessions in workshops, webinars and classes. The Physioenergetic Therapy classes are geared toward hands-on healthcare practitioners in physical therapy, nursing and medical massage therapy. And, the Physioenergetic Anatomy classes are aimed toward people on the frontlines of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and intergenerational trauma including social workers, psychotherapists, youth education specialists, addiction treatment specialists, and restorative justice.

Below is a brief overview.


The ANS is known in eastern philosophies as the energy system or chi driven by a complex network of stored life experiences, sensations, thoughts, beliefs, generational programming, injuries including neglect, poverty, and war wounds for survival. The landscape of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) mainly developed in childhood is a complex network of electricity, programs like algorithms and neural hubs like small brains, also known as energy centers governing certain organ and hormonal systems with varying frequencies to transmit, broadcast, receive and connect information internally and externally to maintain health, safety and survival.

Physioenergetic Anatomy developed by Gina Calderone, MPT, is an emotional map of the physical body involving the energy centers starting from the sacrum at the base of the spine and ascending toward the crown. She uses this emotional map to chart a course for detecting and uncovering invisible wounds in the body and the roots of trauma in the family. The body does not lie. The deficiency or hyperactivity of energy in certain centers of the body can lead to sleep disruptions, hypervigilance, sensory issues, fogginess, respiratory, urinary, sexual, digestive, behavioral, mood, learning and intimacy problems. One of the goals of treatment is to identify the imbalances triggered by past trauma or injury.

Each center or neural hub along the spine is headquarters for particular organ systems. The pelvis at the base of the spine powers sexual, reproduction, urination and waste disposal systems. And, the gut energy center governs digestion that metabolizes food into power while the heart energy center behind the breast bone pumps circulation, matters of heart, and lungs to metabolize oxygen for breathing. This is a particularly powerful center as breathing is an autonomic nervous system function that can be manually controlled to shift from the sympathetic branch of the ANS known as fight-flight-freeze to the parasympathetic ANS known as rest-digest and repair. Breathwork is vital to retuning energy centers to balance and calm the ANS.


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