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Spatial Somatics™: Embodying the Zen of Hara Within the Field called MA
Thursday, October 20, 2022, 9:30 AM to Wednesday, October 26, 2022, 5:30 PM PST
Category: National CE Courses

Course Title: Spatial Somatics™: Embodying the Zen of Hara Within the Field called MA

Course Location: Santa Cruz, CA

Course Date(s): October 20-26, 2022 (day off Oct. 23)

Course Time (daily start/end): 9:30-5:30

Course Instructor(s): Hiroyoshi Tahata Carol Agneessens

Organizational Host: Carol Agneessens

Registration Fees:
$200.00 (non-refundable)

Registration Process:
contact carol: [email protected]

Registration/Point of Contact Phone Number: Carol 831-588-2813

IASI CE Credits: 40

Course Description:
In this workshop we will explore: •How the “spatial” relationship between practitioner and client facilitates safety within a therapeutic process. Neuroception is the ability to distinguish whether an environment is safe, dangerous, or life-threatening.•Intentional positioning between the practitioner and client creates a safe matrix for the therapeutic relationship and deepening changes.•The vagal system and theory with approaches for facilitating neural coherence and reciprocity.•The ‘somatic residue’ from our time living through pandemic isolation.* Forced social and physical distancing may have affected our ability to sense field relationships. * Feeling secure through a practitioner’s intentional positioning can reset the pattern of shallow breathing caused by years of masking. •Attending to spatial dynamics™ supports both deepening and yielding into the ‘gravity response force’ revitalizing the system.•Integrating the body through ‘core lines’ of formation that emerge from embryological beginnings.This workshop is open to all somatic practitioners and can be immediately applied to your life and practice.

Instructor(s) Bio:
Hiroyoshi Tahata, Rolf-Movement® Instructor, is renowned for developing, teaching, and practicing a subtly powerful work that integrates the deepest levels of self with the informing field in which he stands. His unique approach to spatial somatics™ recognizes that the body is in constant relationship to the surrounding space. Developing balance, orientation, and coordination require constant interaction with the external environment whether you are working in a therapeutic session or within your daily life.Carol Agneessens began her studies at the Rolf Institute in 1981. She is actively involved in the somatic arts; cultivating and furthering curiosity and understanding of cranial sacral therapy, embryology, energy medicine, movement, and intentional immersion with the surrounding field.