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Hearth of Belonging Movement Retreat

December
2
December
6
2020
Port Townsend, WA
VIRTUAL
Retreat
Hearth of Belonging Movement Retreat
Co-Teacher:
Michael Molin-Skelton
Address:
Madrona MindBody Institute
Port Townsend, WA
Class Language:
English
Virtual class details:
A virtual on-line ongoing series to be watched on-line at a specific time.
A virtual live workshop to be watched on-line at a specific time.
Recorded for you to watch at any time.

In this 5-day retreat, we explore the relational capacity of the heart. Through movement, feeling, and perceptual explorations we refine the compass of our genuine longing, and fundamental belonging.

Everything that happens has the potential to deepen you. Belonging is a powerful theme, directly related to the capacity for intimacy that is in every human being. Our understanding of longing and belonging needs to radically change as we grow in this strange journey we call life.
"I am belonging to the sound of the wind, sighing through my body and to beauty that lives in the natural world reminding me ‘my nature is nature.’ I am building a hearth of belonging in my heart where the searing fires of loss and possibility meet,
and where imagination awakens and healing happens."
-Susan Harper

WHAT WILL WE DO?
Using the awakening energy of dancing through the 5 Rhythms®, Soul Motion™, we will move
with the grace of our belonging and the struggles of our exclusion.

Through the organismic movements and sounding in the inquiry style of Continuum Montage we will explore the intelligent dynamics of the elements—water, air, fire, earth, and space—in our bodies; deepening our inherent connection to our wild breathing planetary body.

Through movement and ritual, we will explore the meaning of how and where we belong in
ourselves and our lives, and the places we feel exiled from ourselves and others. We will actively step into the participation required to belong, responding to the call that stirs a deep inner longing to fall into the place we call home. We will experience the possibility of resting through our bodies and listening to the silences within; to trust and surrender as gravity repeatedly tells us, ‘I have a place for you: it is called here.'

For more information, email
Susan
at
susanharper2012@gmail.com
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