with Martha Eddy and Michelle Cohen
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Go back to the beginning of life, from cells to pre-birth, with a basic introduction to embryology from a Body-Mind Centering®* perspective, to the earliest memories of our very creation, and see how it informs our movement patterns today. This work helps in “movement repatterning” – opening up new neural pathways, which are keys to slowing down aging, keeping aging healthy, and helping in recovery, especially from the toxicity of chemotherapy and other brain altering treatment experiences.
Sunday February 12th @ 12-3:00pm EST
Sunday February 19th @ 12-3:00pm EST
Sunday February 26th @ 12-3:00pm EST
Sunday March 5th @ 12-3:00pm EST
Sunday March 26th @ 12-3:00pm EST – Supporting Baby’s Latch Roll Crawl Sitting & More
Michelle Cohen Bio: Michelle Lynn Cohen, MA, RSMT/E, DEP, CTBMD, passionately brings together the power of movement, somatic awareness, dance, coaching, ritual, and earth-based spirituality as a pathway to learn, heal, and embody your full self and potential so your movement in life is deeply aligned and connected to your core being. As a certified Dynamic Embodiment™ Practitioner (DEP), she combines her mastery of movement and listening to the body with a unique form of coaching called Sacred Depths that focuses on purpose, inner processing, and aligned outer action. Michelle also has a Master’s degree in Dance & Somatic Well-being and is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Embodied Anatomy Yoga Teacher.
Martha Eddy Bio: Martha Eddy, DEP, CMA, RSMT, EdD, and Licensed TBMC, is an international advocate of Somatic Movement Education & Therapy and speaker on Health, Wellness, and the BodyMind connection for over 30 years. The author of Mindful Movement: The Evolution of the Somatic Arts and Conscious Action, Dr. Eddy has a new book coming out this year titled Dynamic Embodiment of the Sun Salutation. She is a lecturer on embodied cognition, eco-somatics, the interaction of neuro-motor and socio-emotional development, and the role of the body and movement in peace education and violence prevention.