Body-Mind Centering (BMC) Workshop BOOKING IS REQUIRED Book here [Please note that the workshop leader requires a minimum of
Body-Mind Centering (BMC) Workshop
BOOKING IS REQUIRED Book here [Please note that the workshop leader requires a minimum of 8 participants for this workshop to run]
Based on the fluid systems of the human organism exploring our relationship to our self, other and place through direct experience in the body. We are earthlings and like our planet we too have different seas; different currants passing through us; rivers, canals and streams. The fluids of our bodies are principally water composed of the same water that has been in existence on planet, Earth for several billion years, passing through us, nourishing and irrigating all our tissues, all our cells. All life begins and ends in the cell and all the other fluids of the body support the life system of the cells; bathed by our own inner oceanic environment, the interstitial fluid. The workshop will explore this fluid reality, our fluid nature and the qualities of perception that arise of our inner self and our outer world through the multi- disciplined approach of embodied practice and experiential anatomy of BMC. The workshop is open and accessible to anyone interested in holistic research inquiry, contemplative practices, somatics, arts, evolutionary and human development, embryology, and human biology and science. We will be working with partners, alone and in small groups through movement, hands-on touch and mind with opportunities to write, draw and share our experiences through reflective dialogue.
Rosalyn Maynard is a Somatic Movement Educator in Body-Mind Centering and has been practicing and teaching somatics for over 20 years. She is also a student of Elsa Gindler’s ‘Human Work’ with Eva Schmale since 2009, practiced Taoist Chinese energy arts from Bruce Frantzis tradition (1998-2008), and Authentic Movement since 2009. She has a Master’s degree in Creative Education, taught in secondary and higher education for over 10 years and is the founding Director of SOEL. She lives with her partner on a small farm by the river dart farming sheep and apple orchards, and exploring biodynamics since 2012.
(Thursday) 15:40 - 18:10
H: Studio 33
Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6EN