- Initiating breath, voice, movement and touch from the organs.
- Analyzing imbalances in individual organs and the organ system as a whole.
- Techniques to facilitate access to and balance in the organs.
- Offered by:
Sonder Movement Project - Rhode Island, Rhode Island, United States
Somatic Movement Education Program
- Minimum course length:
7 days, 49 class hours
For further information about this course, including registration, tuition, and venue contact Sonder Movement Project - Rhode Island.
Our organs are vital and alive. They provide us with our sense of self, full-bodiedness, and organic authenticity. Organs are the contents within the skeletal-flesh container and carry on the functions of our internal survival -- breathing, nourishment and elimination. Organs are the primary habitats or natural environments of our emotions, aspirations, and the memories of our inner reactions to our personal and social histories. They support our postural tone and our feelings, and give volume to our movement. This course includes: