Deepening & Teaching Somatic Movement

Somatic Movement is an amazing journey into yourself. Join Deborah Berryman for this journey into your self-sensory system helps you to connect with your body, become more intuitive and clearer and learn to know yourself from deep within.  The practice works on multiple levels: You can use it to refine your movement patterns, cultivate a loving and healthy relationship with your body, and with interoception, let go of deeply held tension in the body and mind. It’s a practice of ‘deep body listening’ which creates an amazing flow-feeling in your body and brings you into natural states of meditation. 

In this training Deborah Berryman shares the qualities, personal experiences and attitudes that are important in those drawn to teaching meditation, as well as the challenges and pitfalls that may arise.

Course Overview:
Together we’ll explore – 
•    Interoception – learn how to reconnect with your body and move from within
•    Yoga Nidra – learn to teach Yoga Nidra and how to combine it with movement
•    Fascia – learn about how to activate and gently stretch your fascia
•    Movement anatomy – feel and connect the different parts of your body and move as one body
•    Embodiment – integrate your body and mind and bring new skills into your daily life
•    Teaching – introduce the basic principles of bringing this practice into our teaching

Fees: £225

Course Structure and Dates 

14th and 15th September 2024, held in person at The Serenity Barn. This is a weekend immersion; each day will run from 10.30 to 17.00 UK time (with an hour lunch break).

Delivery Method

Teaching methods include lectures, meditations, inquiries, reflective exercises, small groups, partner work and teaching practice. 

Hours and Accreditation

All training hours (11 in total) are eligible for continuing education (CEP) credits with awarding bodies such as Yoga Alliance and British Wheel.

Who’s it for?

This immersion weekend is for anyone interested in exploring the practice of Somatic Movement or ‘active rest’- whether it’s to integrate this into your teaching, your own practice and or simply enjoy a weekend of rest. No experience necessary – all levels welcome. 

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