22feb(feb 22)6:00 am29mar(mar 29)9:30 pmSELFWorkshop & Group with Audrey Boss(february 22) 6:00 am - (march 29) 9:30 pm London, UKType:Workshop,On Going GroupWorld Region :EuropeCountry :United KingdomTeachers:Audrey Boss
February 22 (Friday) 6:00 am - March 29 (Friday) 9:30 pm
Elective for Teacher Training?
The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are - Carl JungFriday 22nd Feb: 6.45pm - 9.30pm Saturday 23rd Feb : 10.30am - 4.30pm Fridays
The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are – Carl Jung
Friday 22nd Feb: 6.45pm – 9.30pm
Saturday 23rd Feb : 10.30am – 4.30pm
Fridays 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 March: 6.45pm – 9.30pm
A six week course to explore…
Who am I?
How does it feel to be me?
What do I want?
What am I hungry for?
When do I feel at home in my body?
What do I believe about myself?
Do I belong?
How do I want to move in the world?
What am I here for?
This full day workshop with 6 evening sessions course is for anyone who is interested in exploring and engaging with these questions through the lens of embodiment and humanistic enquiry. Each session will blend Sophie’s approach as a Humanistic Psychotherapist and Audrey’s Open Floor movement practice.
Our relationship with our SELF is at the centre of this group exploration. We’ll look at how the SELF is shaped by our stories and sensations and what becomes possible when we practice new ways of moving through life. Being curious about our SELF, being interested in who we are and what we want has a ripple effect.
When we are connected to our SELF, we pave the way for more meaningful relationships with others, a greater sense of belonging and living in integrity with our values and purpose.
The course includes a daily home practice of 30 minutes, 5 days a week, for the duration of the course. Honouring your commitment to this practice is a requirement.
growing our capacity for…
self awareness ❤︎ self worth ❤︎ self care ❤︎ self respect ❤︎ self confidence
The course starts on Friday 22nd February: 6.45pm – 9.30pm
then runs on the following dates:
Saturday 23rd February: 10.30am – 4.30pm
Fridays 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 March: 6.45pm – 9.30pm
Attending all the sessions, as well as a commitment to the daily home practice, is a requirement.
ABOUT THE TEACHERS
SOPHIE: I have been running workshops and groups since 2000 and practising as a humanistic psychotherapist since 2007. Both my personal experience and my professional training have taught me that valuing and developing our relationship with ourselves is central to living a fulfilled and purposeful life.
I am fascinated by the interplay between our thoughts, our emotions and our bodies and am excited to be working with all three aspects of ourselves on this course. Read more about Sophie
AUDREY: I have been working as a mindful eating and movement coach with groups and individuals for 20 years and started including Open Floor movement practice in my work in 2015. Establishing a deeper connection with myself through conscious dance and embodied movement has had a deeply healing and energising impact. Over the years, I have seen for myself and my clients how nurturing gentle observation, self expression and compassion can ignite connection and growth. Read more about Audrey
There are two bursary places available for no/low income – the bursary offers a 50% discount on the full fee.
We are committed to making our work available to anyone who wants to participate, regardless of income. If finances are a barrier please do get in touch.
Audrey Bossaudrey.firstname.lastname@example.org 44 7950713159
26mar11:00 am1:00 pmReSourceClasses with Becca Parkinson & Killian Strong11:00 am - 1:00 pm London, UK - Waterloo Action CentreType:ClassesWorld Region :EuropeCountry :United KingdomTeachers:Becca Parkinson,Killian Strong
(Tuesday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
London, UK - Waterloo Action Centre
14 Baylis Road, London, UK
Why Dance? Human beings are born to move. With dance we thrive! Regular movement builds muscular and emotional intelligence – people who dance grow more flexible, confident, capable of intimacy, and
Human beings are born to move. With dance we thrive! Regular movement builds muscular and emotional intelligence – people who dance grow more flexible, confident, capable of intimacy, and resourceful in the face of change. A regular movement practice can keep mind body and spirit supple, and help us to remain curious and flexible with whatever life brings.
What To Expect?
There are no steps to learn and no way to do it wrong. Each week we will play a diverse range of music to move with. Invitations and creative enquiries will be offered, movement resources explored. All you need to bring is a willingness to move, with and for yourself, with others, and in growing, supportive community.
Becca and Killian share a passion for creative, expressive movement, and dance movement as therapy. With years of embodied dance experience, they bring a playful sensitivity and compassionate curiosity to their teaching. Becca and Killian will teach alternate weeks.
Place: Waterloo Action Centre is 2 mins from Waterloo Station.
Cost: £10 (£7 concessions).
Becca Parkinsonbecca@movinglandscapes.org +447931223801
26mar6:00 pm7:30 pmOpen Floor TucsonClasses - with Lynn Fleischman, Valerie Cherrin, and Kristen Banister6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Dunbar Pavilion, Tucson, AZ, USAType:ClassesWorld Region :US&Canada - North AmericaCountry :United StatesTeachers:Lynn Fleischman,Valerie Cherrin
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Dunbar Pavilion, Tucson, AZ, USA
325 W 2nd St
Beginners and Advanced Dancers Welcome
Weekly Tuesday Open Floor Classrotating instructors: Valerie Cherrin, Lynn Fleischman, and Kristen Banister6-7:30pm (warm up at 5:45pm)All bodies welcome! First timers encouraged!Under 15 accompanied by an adult please.$10 suggested donationhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/openfloortucson/
Weekly Tuesday Open Floor Class
rotating instructors: Valerie Cherrin, Lynn Fleischman, and Kristen Banister
6-7:30pm (warm up at 5:45pm)
All bodies welcome! First timers encouraged!
Under 15 accompanied by an adult please.
$10 suggested donation
$10. per class
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 11:00 am
An Open Floor fundamental body language class for beginners and oldies alike.This workshop is an invitation to explore the value of coming back to our bodies and our senses over
An Open Floor fundamental body language class for beginners and oldies alike.
This workshop is an invitation to explore the value of coming back to our bodies and our senses over and over and of stabilizing our attention and presence in our daily activities. It is a simple reminder through the practice of using all the different parts of our bodies of the possibility of being fully present when we marry body language with mindful awareness.
We will use the fundamental simplicity of the embodied movement meditation practice of Open Floor to root us deeply in our bodies as we explore simply being present.
Fee: 85 Euros
Nele Vandezandenele@souldance.be 32 51705570
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Elective for Teacher Training?
A place to meet ourselves; tender and outrageous, the tiny enormous feelings and expand our capacity to relate.Open Floor is a mindful movement practice engaging our embodied awareness and curiosity
A place to meet ourselves; tender and outrageous, the tiny enormous feelings and expand our capacity to relate.
Open Floor is a mindful movement practice engaging our embodied awareness and curiosity while cultivating surrender into the meditation of now. This can be contained or messy, vital and spontaneous or restrained and considered…each week is a chance to change the channel.
Ease into the stuck places from a toe or a tendril…
Tracking our sensations, witnessing ourselves and each other with objectivity, and exploring life through our physicality from a variety of polarities, we welcome observation, reflection and different points of view.
We may remain in our own space throughout the session, or engage with other participants, we may use writing or verbal expression or play with images, and color. Opening the lens of our perception we develop resources that support a greater thriving in life. Yes everything is stored in our bodies, and whatever arises is met in an integrative way, we can explore places that may have always inhibited or felt limiting to our full presence.
The simplest perspectives when offered through consciousness can transform what may have been lifelong issues.
Jo Cobbettjo@movinground.com 424-258-5105
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