Embracing the Dark with Continuum
In the northern hemisphere November is a time of gradually entering into the darkness of winter. Emilie Conrad, founder of Continuum, valued practicing Continuum in the dark as a way to dampen the ever-present effects of time on our bodies. Longer Continuum retreats often involve covering windows and darkening the room in support of being able to listen deeply to ourselves without distraction. This time of year naturally supports this kind of deep listening.
One intention in Continuum is to soften the inhibitors to our natural fluid motion. The speed of everyday life, electronics, repetitive bodily actions and unresolved trauma can all create density in our tissues and rigidity in our relationships not only to other people but also to the stresses life presents. As we engage in the breaths, sounding and mindful movement of Continuum in this 3-hour online class, we begin to slow down, listen and melt. We return to our natural fluidity, enabling us to meet life with greater flexibility, ease, resilience and love.
WHEN: This 3-hour class presented via Zoom airs on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 2021: 4 – 7 p.m. UK time (11 a.m. – 1 p.m. East Coast, 8 – 11 a.m. Pacific, 17:00 – 20:00 CET).
COST: The £35 cost is in GBP paid via PayPal. £25 early bird price available until November 23rd is about $34 USD, $42 CAD, 29 euros.
This price includes lifetime access to the video recording that will be available after the event airs, as soon as it has finished processing.
Please click here to register.