Embodiment Groups

“Let the soft animal of your body love what it loves” ~ Mary Oliver

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Most dance, exercise and mindful movement classes instruct you how to move, where to place your body parts and what you are trying to achieve in these positions. My approach is somewhat different, because embodied movement facilitates you to be aware, allow and follow your internal body senses in each moment, such that your body becomes more alive, more sentient and more creative for you.

My practice integrates lineages of authentic movement and experiential anatomy. In my all my groups I will guide you to feel where your body is, focus your attention in places or processes in your body and encourage you to feel your body senses coming alive to your attention. Thus your unique body will offer you inner guidance from your body senses as to how to place your body in the space and how or whether to move or not.

The skill and learning is how to unlearn the conditioning that tells you how you should look, move, conform to the norm. The adventure is in becoming more natural, more authentic and embodied which can increase your confidence, creativity and freedom from conditioning in your body.

Resource yourself and explore embodiment at a weekly class; focus on an aspect of applied embodiment at a more specialist workshop; embark on an embodied education course that will take you deeper into knowing your body as you.

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Weekly Classes

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Weekly Classes

Living Body Movement classes happen on Tuesday evenings via zoom or in studio. The classes are designed to enable you to access inner body awareness and subtle senses of the living processes of your anatomy. The class is an opportunity in the week to deeply listen in and gain familiarity with more of you own mind in your body. There is time for rest and movement according to what you most need.

Embodied movement can also change your state of mind, especially if you explore unusual or non-habitual movements. You can drop the social conditioning when you turn your attention inside and become more aware of your body as a process that effects your mind and vice versa, which can feel liberating and full of possibility.

You can drop in and try it out or become a regular attendee – we normally have a mix! Contact me to find out more ~ I offer a free 20 minute consultation. You can also scroll down to subscribe to my mailchimp email listings and to visit my Facebook group to find out what I’m up to!

 

Workshops

Workshops can be introductory or more in-depth, and they are opportunities to discover, deepen and broaden your connection to your living anatomy. I also offer workshops which focus on the application of embodied awareness and movement to resourcing you in specific ways in your everyday life. 

I tailor my workshops to the interests of those who will attend, and I can adapt the time and focus given to experiential anatomy, movement, creative and reflective processes and discussion time, depending on how experienced people are. so please contact me if you would like me to offer an embodied living workshop for a group you are part of or to contribute to a programme you are coordinating with other workshops.

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Courses

I run shorter and longer courses which allow for a supportive group and ongoing enquiry to become the foundation for your embodied learning. 

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