Engaging the Movement of Life Online Study Group
Join me in the exploration of health and embodiment. In each session we will dive deeply into the words of my book and reach beyond to new realms of experience and understanding. In each meeting I will share additional information and insights that I’ve had since publishing the book.
There will be group discussions, inquiry, and shared reflections. Breath, sound, movement, and guided meditations will be vehicles for exploring the content of the book, along with perceptual inquiries to deepen our experience of being alive in a body. By joining our attention to the rhythms and movements of our body, we can do more than just go through the motions of living. We can access a portal opening into a depth of embodied understanding of the creative process we call health.
In this group, we will combine discussing the book and experiencing the book’s content. For each session I will offer several “mini-dives” that support exploration of the topic. This is not a full Continuum workshop; it focuses more on exploring the concepts in my book. The dives will be short, 2-10 minutes long, and sometimes guided. This is a great way for people new to Continuum to learn the practice, and a great way for experienced Continuum practitioners to gain experiential insight into some foundational concepts.
Experience and familiarity with Continuum and/or Osteopathy are helpful, but not required. All that you need to join is a body and curiosity!
Group meets on Zoom 8 Sundays Sundays from noon - 2:15 PM Eastern Time (6-8:15 PM for most of Europe):
September 12 & 26
October 10 & 24
November 7 & 21
December 5 & 19
(Commitment to the entire series is requested. No partial payments for missed classes) Pay by credit card or PayPal after you contact me to register.
Required Reading: Engaging The Movement of Life: Exploring Health and Embodiment Through Osteopathy and Continuum (available on Amazon or through your favorite bookseller).
Contact Bonnie for information or to register:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 831-428-2959.