BMP has developed a unique array of tools and theories, such as:
Embodiment Practice: the practice of listening to sensations and allowing them to return to their physiological functioning via breath, movement, rest, and voice.
Circular Attunement: a physical attunement between two people in which the multimodal percetual streams of the other person are allowed to intermingle with the physiological movement through one’s own body, circuling continuously within a moment.
Brain Balancing: an experiential sensing and intention of balancing various aspects of brain functioning, including top-down movement with bottom-up movement, left and right hemispheric functioning, and sensory and motor functioning.
Relational Somatics: the utilization of somatic experiences as a medium of relationship, as in primates picking insects off each other as a method of self-soothing.
Interaction Cycle: a four step process beginning with embodiment, proceeding to identification of a desire, noticing the somatic response to the desire, and allowing the response to sequence through to completion.
Somatic Dialogue: a process of decision-making based on Damasio’s Somatic Marker theory, utiliizing internal dialogue between two choices and the somatic responses they engender.
Energetic Mapping: the noting and tracking of energetic flow through the whole body, internally and superficially, centrally and peripherally, particularly noting areas of sequencing, congestion, stagnancy, and deficiency of energy.
Energetic Development: the interface between psychological and physical development.
Pulsatory Return: a moment of rest via attentional return to the whole length of the core of the moment.