Holding space: For ourselves and one another
A six week study of embodied awareness, through movement inquiry.
15th September - 20th October
"All my experiences take place solely within me, within the confines of my body. It occurs continuously, from moment to moment. I live only in the here and now.”
- John Weir
Embodied awareness practices reconnect us to what is actually happening NOW; developing our capacity to be present with ourselves and one another through the myriad of landscapes, from the physical, feeling, sensate, imaginal, personal, collective and spiritual.
Each week we will start with a brief meditation before entering into a movement inquiry, which will organically guide us into material wishing to be witnessed and processed.
Benefits of the practice:
- Further development of interpersonal skills, empathy, kinesthetic awareness, and our sense of embodied presence.
- Through the act of witnessing ourselves and being witnessed, our perceptions become clearer, or sensing world awakens, and our feelings are affirmed.
- A restored sense of authority of our own bodily knowing.
- An enriched sense of meaning to ordinary life.
Open to newcomers. CPD credits available for therapists and movement instructors.
Limited spaces, booking required.
About the host
Nicole is a BACP accredited integrative psychotherapist. Combined with her knowledge as a yoga and embodied awareness instructor, her work aims to support the development of feeling centred, grounded, and at home in one's life, whilst strengthening inner listening, self-expression, interpersonal skills, and an awareness of one's interconnectivity.