Embodiment Conference

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October 14, 2020 – October 25, 2020 all-day America/New York Timezone

Register here for your free ticket: 

Free access to world-class teachers, practical tools for times of turmoil, and a supportive global community

This is for you if…

  • You have a body and want to move with it, feel into it, and become aware of it in new ways
  • You want to reconnect to your body and practise better self-care in these crazy times
  • You are looking for meaningful personal insights
  • You want to connect with people as passionate about embodiment as you
  • You are new to embodiment and want a wide-ranging overview of what it means
  • You want to see how different embodied practices can work together
  • You want to deepen your specialist knowledge
  • You are a coach, trainer, or teacher who wants to work more with the body
  • You care about the world and want to know how embodiment can make a difference

Attend Martha’s talk on Friday, October 23 4pm UK time/11am EST as part of this conference on BodyMind Dancing: Embodying Fluidity Literally and Figuratively.

BodyMind Dancing involves gentle steps for moving out stress and trauma. More and more people know that the body responds to stress and trauma with specific physiological changes that if they become chronic can lead to anxiety, depression or pain. It is  also known that MOVEMENT is one of the best ways to heal from physical and emotional imbalances.  Join in exploring movement to music in BodyMind Dancing, one of the world’s first Somatic Dance classes. In BodyMind Dancing you are invited to MOVE your energy at your own pace by tuning into your somatic experience. Also practice focusing your movement to clarify and activate your intentions.  In this class you’ll gain experience with a sampling of the principles of Dynamic Embodiment and its source influences – Aikido, Applied Physiology, Authentic Movement, Bartenieff Fundamentals, Body-Mind Centering, Breath work, Dance Science, Laban Movement Analysis, Meditation, Movement Science, Socially Conscious Body and many forms of contemporary and improvisational dance.   

Physical Activity Level – 1 to 3 (1 being no/minimal movement to 3 being highly active) = 2-3 – can be adjusted by each person

Emotional Intensity – 1 to 3 (1 being light, 3 being quite heavy emotionally)=2

Experience Required – 1 to 3 (1 beginners, 2 intermediate, 3 advanced)  =all levels – everyone sets their own pace