Soma Meditation draws from my many years of practice and exploration of the various kinds of meditation including Transcendental Meditation when I was in college to Buddhist practices as varied as Zen Meditation and Vipasanna, to the popular Mindfulness-based practices. Soma Meditation's main distinction from most other forms of meditation is that the focus is on the body. The focus is on your somatic sensations rather than a mantra, for example, or the breath. While the breath is an important tool for practicing any kind of meditation, in a Soma practice the breath is secondary to the discovery and exploration of bodily sensations. As a result of this gentle exploration stored stress and trauma reactions - both physical and emotional - can be released or reintegrated.
Soma Meditation can be guided or once learned, practiced on your own.