Kurser

 


Mundekulla kursgård – Nia, Yoga och Meditativ sång 23-25/11

Livs Levande i Rörelse och Stillhet, Mundekulla Retreat Center, Småland
Kursledare: Jenny Wessel & Björn Bohlin
Denna helg erbjuder en möjlighet att få kontakt med din rörelseglädje, din livskraft och upplevelsen av inre stillhet. Vi kommer under dagarna flöda mellan härliga, livsbejakande Nia-stunder och mjuk, återhämtande Yoga. På kvällarna möts vi i meditationens och stillhetens tecken genom sång, ljud och vibrationer. Nia lockar fram känslan av rörelseglädje och välbehag som finns inneboende i alla kroppar.

Den yoga vi kommer utföra tillammans är inspirerad av Yin Yoga och Yoga Restorative. Det blir en mjuk, avslappnande yoga där du får möjlighet att varsamt möta dig själv. Denna helg passar för alla, oavsett tidigare erfarenhet av rörelse, yoga eller sång. Du behöver inga förkunskaper. Bara komma som du är.

Priser:
Kurskostnad: 1895 SEK
Kost och Logi:
Enkelrum med egen dusch/wc: 2050 SEK
Del i dubbelrum med egen dusch/wc: 1750 SEK
Enkelrum med gemensam dusch/wc: 1750 SEK
Del i dubbelrum med gemensam dusch/wc: 1450 SEK
Del i trippelrum med gemensam dusch/wc: 1350 kr
Del i fyrbäddsrum med dusch/wc: 1450 kr

Anmälningsavgift och avbokningregler
Anmälan är bindande. En anmälningsavgift på 500 kr bekräftar din bokning. Resterande belopp betalas via faktura en månad före helgkursen. Vid avbokning som sker senast den 24 oktober behåller vi din anmälningsavgift. Vid avbokning senare än den 24 oktober krävs läkarintyg för återbetalning, dock betalar du ändå anmälningsavgiften på 500 kr. Din kursplats kan överlåtas.

För mer info kontakta Nia Movement på info@niamovement.se eller 031-14 40 01.


 

 

 


Somatic Bodywork Training with Ateeka – Starting May 2019

A SOMATIC APPROACH TO BODYWORK FOR MODERN TIMES
By inviting somatics into traditional bodywork and healing techniques, our exchange with another becomes an ongoing open inquiry into body, feeling, emotion, organic movement and nature as a creative entity. We have developed specific inquiries that relate to SOMATIC BODYWORK exploring contact, containment, freedom and witnessing.

Bodywork with a somatic approach draws upon the primordial callings of pulsing, spiraling, expanding, enfolding organic gestures to re-ignite the inherent wisdom of the body and its inherent urge to regenerate and self-heal. The contact and breath meditation of SOMATIC BODYWORK invites us to become increasingly sensitive to our own “bio-system” and in touch with our internal movement and its manifestations. We learn to trust in our sensations, the bio-intelligence of our body as a systemic whole and the resonance of all of its collaborative parts. These internal inquiries enrich us physically, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually.

Vitality infinite lives in the flux of action and stillness. Wisdom from the Tao Te Ching reminds us, “The Tao abides in non-action, yet nothing is left undone.”

The intentional touch, or movement, or sound, or breath . . . whatever the moment’s practice/inquiry may be, has its own very unique function . . . to initiate waves of vibration, to gently, lovingly gain access through the habitual, hardened patterned responses, to learn how to FEEL again.  We shift from believing to sensing.

The body and its senses are given back their role as the primary sense organ, rather than the habit of orienting through thinking and habits.  In this feeling-sense, arises the opportunity to navigate between void and fullness, movement and stillness, action and non-action. As we ride these waves, either by ourselves or as giver or receiver, we are set free from the redundancy of day to day rational activities and enter a nourishing dimension of trans-rational flow. With complete awareness, we explore a time of “being” free of functionality and open for intuition. We experientially learn that as consciousness pulses and flows through our body, our tissues become saturated with fluid. Movement becomes less and less about survival or performance and more and more about trust, intercommunication and pleasure. A flourishing system is in a bath of pleasure. Pleasure is a vital nutrient for the body-mind. This “somatic joy” of pleasure returns us to the ocean that flows though our bodies and deepens our connection with our inner and outer environment. As we dive into a movement meditation or relax into a SOMATIC BODYWORK session, we can be permeated with waves of pleasure between the two of us, throughout our entire bodies.

True pleasure brings us to a place of deep acceptance and rest into who we are. It is not necessarily an “excitement” but instead a wide sensation of wellness that increases coherence, connection and communication. With an attitude of willingness to let go of all our ideas about what movement is . . . and simply become aware of our infinite potential, exchanging bodywork with a somatic approach invites us to become goalless explorers of pulsing awareness. This awareness lingers softly and forever in the space of nondoing. It is here, in this “no-place” that we are healed.

Read more on Ateekas website: yoga-somatics.com

COURSE DATES/DESCRIPTION HERE

APPLY FOR THE COURSE HERE