In this seminar we will use Continuum Movement’s Essential Elements of breath, sound, and movement to help alleviate the fixations and compensatory patterns that have become locked down in the tissue of our body because of trauma and stress.
What is the link between Ideokinesis (and the many derived somatic approaches that use it) or other forms of visualization within somatic movement and VR?
Shailla is the creator of the Yoga of Stress Resilience Burnout Recovery Program, and the Reconnect Concussion program, both of which combine the path of yoga with the science of human function for healing and recovery.
Kulreet Chaudhary is a medical doctor who integrates the contemplative teachings on sound into her medical work.
Lisa Danylchuk is a licensed psychotherapist and yoga teacher trainer whose specialty is bringing yoga into trauma treatment.
Nkem is the founder and president of Lumos Transforms and creator of The Resilience Toolkit, a model that promotes embodied self-awareness and self-regulation in an ecologically sensitive framework and social justice context.
Georgi is a therapist and spiritual psychologist.
Shambhavi is a “sannyasi householder” and Tantrik teacher.
Two short conversations with spiritual teachers Miles Neale and Isa Gucciardi.
Virtual reality (VR) is a term generally used to describe three-dimensional computer-generated environments that can be explored and are interactive. There is a perceptible relationship between VR experiences and Eastern philosophies, which lies in the involvement of visualization, simulation, and illusion.
Christine Caldwell’s book, Bodyfulness: Somatic Practices for Presence, Empowerment and Waking Up in This Life, pushes back against the current mindfulness craze in the name of “bodyfulness,” a contemplative principle that focuses on attunement to one’s lived experience of the body.
Jill is a pioneer of sound and ancestral healing.
Julie is a spiritual teacher specializing in trauma.