A sensory based exploration of your inner world in under 10 minutes.  You can do this practice seated, anywhere  in your life.  With the added benefit of an exploration of pelvis, spine and head by the simple addition of weight.  You can use a bag of peas, beans or rice right off your grocery shelf.…

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A practice that has become a favourite in the Embodiment Project community. A simple sensory practice to use any time you have about 15 minutes in your day.  It will help you reconnect with your body…and yourself.

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This is an excerpt from Class Three of the Embodiment Project, a nine week on line course that distills the wisdom of somatic pioneers into simple practices for everyday life.  You can find out more at The Embodiment Project.

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An essential part of my work in Somatics is understanding the biological landscape of the body.  Recently, I had an opportunity to chat about how biology and experience interact with each other with Leslie Sanderson and Louise Amuir at the wonderful Haven retreat Centre on Gabriola Island in British Columbia.  Here are some of the…

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Sometimes our early life experiences can show the shape of how our life will unfold.  Two stories, and their influence on my clinical work, and what they have to tell us about how we might engage with the world more fully.

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Beginning in the 1800’s, Western somatic practices have flowered into a rich array of modalities. But it wasn’t until a small group of philosophers brought the insights of phenomenology that the eccentric tribe of practices began to understand their underlying connectedness, and relate to each other as a community. Meet the pioneers that have changed the field of body centred practices.

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