This workshop, taught by Cindy Pierce and Kevin Comeau, will blend two approaches to awareness and empowerment for young women.
Cindy's aim is to inspire women to intentionally seek a stronger sense of who we are. Staying strong in our values and beliefs can be challenging, but the freedom of being our true selves leads to more clarity and conviction.
Kevin's approach to women's self defense centers on agency. Women have the right to determine their own course in life. Kevin will demonstrate practical ways in which women can utilize their strength, along with leverage, precision, and passion, to establish and maintain safe and healthy boundaries for their bodies, and by extension, their spirits.
The women who participate in this workshop will leave with an enhanced sense of their own individual and communal power, with more tools to navigate a challenging but exciting world.
AWARENESS THROUGH MOVEMENT
Returning in Fall
Please register by email here.
Dynamic and Healthy Legs
In these two consecutive workshops Frauke will explore with you the topic ofdynamic and healthy legs. We will start with an early developmental movement lesson involving trunk and legs; work extensively with the feet and ankles and examine their importance with regards to functioning of the knees, hips, pelvis and trunk; and finally discover that improved functioning of the buttocks has a profound effect on the organization of the leg and the whole self. Because the foot occupies a large area in the motor cortex, it is a great vehicle for organic learning. We all benefit when we gain a greater "understanding" of this platform.
Frauke Voss is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner. She was introduced to Feldenkrais ATM lessons through radio broadcasts in Switzerland. Years of work as a fibre sculptor led to repetitive strain injuries, physiotherapy and a Feldenkrais training. She maintains a practice in Toronto and Bermuda,
EMBODIED TRAUMA RECOVERY
Two Upper Valley Somatic Experiencing® Practitioners present
Embodied Trauma Recovery
with Lasell Bartlett, MSW, LICSW, SEP, BASE-P and Marcia Webster, MA, CPS, SEP
Are you a therapist, leader, teacher, coach, bodyworker or other helping professional interested in learning how to reduce the impact of trauma?
Join us for one or more of these Sunday experiential workshops.
Safety, Embodiment and Dissociation May 7, 2:00 – 5:00
Boundaries and Survival Responses May 21, 12:00 – 2:30
Completing Development Stages at any Age June 4, 2:00 – 5:00
Register online at circleforward.net/events
For more information or to register directly call/text: Marcia 413-626-6968 ❋ Lasell 802-274-2380
RSVP appreciated. Pay what you can $10-$30 per workshop.
March 18th, April 22nd, May 13th and June 10th, 2017
Instructor: Sara Goodman
Price: $15 per class
Using small rubber balls or a foam roller, this easy-to-learn treatment can help reduce common symptoms, including hand, foot, back, and neck pain; plantar fasciitis, bunions, neuromas; arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger; headaches, gut issues, and insomnia. Come to one or both classes. To register, email Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org
MELT Basics: 1:00-2:30 p.m.
This class covers the hand and foot treatments plus the rebalance sequence.
MELT for the Whole Body: 2:45 - 4:15 p.m.
Covers the complete sequence of MELT maps for the whole body on the soft foam roller. Experience with the MELT Basics is a prerequisite for this class.
Death Cafe will return in the fall.
Free and open to the public.
A group-directed discussion to explore death and how to make the most of our (finite) lives.
WORKSHOP DETAILS: INTRODUCTION TO THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE
Instructor: Katie Back
The Alexander Technique is based on the idea that our thinking effects our functioning. In becoming more aware of what we are telling our bodies to do, we can discover and begin to undo the movement habits of a lifetime that our adversely impacting our lives. By improving the use of ourselves, we regain the power to navigate through life with more ease and to consciously choose how we do what we do. In time, we discover our own ability to live our lives from a place of poise and conscious presence which has a positive impact on our relationships and the world in which we live.
Katie has been practicing the Alexander Technique since 1985. Her Balance of Being Method brings together over30 years of experience in dance, yoga, somatic and meditative disciplines and healing arts.