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Backs: The second in a series of three stand alone workshops, focuses on aspects of what we might do if a client contacts us regarding general back issues that they are experiencing and how by negotiating and working with what is, we can adapt techniques to inhabit our breath to feel connection with those parts of our back we don’t usually see but we can feel by guided touch and explore condensing and expanding our space, and unforced movement and how we might use our breath to feel / explore elasticity. We’ll explore (and for some re-visit) having dialogue with yourself and in turn facilitating this for others so as to explore what feels appropriate and what might help. What works for one, might not for another – the focus is to work with what is and how we might work with a person / client to be attuned and responsive to their needs …
Other Movement Shiatsu Experiential Approaches to Guided Self-Treatments Which May Be of Interest:
Necks: Saturday 6th March Midday (12:00 p.m. – 2:00p.m.) London UK
Balls, Bands, Floors & Walls: Saturday 24th April Midday (12:00 p.m. – 2:00p.m.) London UK
Zoom Spring 2021 Workshops led by Bill Commerford
These sessions provide opportunity to bridge some of the gaps between what we do when participating in on-line classes or when leading and sharing our skills with others as therapists, in ways that are accessible to different learning styles, so that we can empower clients and / or those attending our classes enabling their active involvement in these exercises or in their treatment and healing process. Modelling exercises (virtually) alongside clients can introduce aspects of negotiating, guiding, 2-way feedback and treatments that are still interactive. You may find it useful to have a yoga mat, a futon or one blanket to lie on, a second blanket to cover you and 2 or 3 cushions.
Using some of the features of Zoom and remote learning might appear initially to present technological issues and concerns of being ‘too remote’ and potential difficulties of how to communicate as this won’t be quite as we might do, face-to-face, through direct touch. Nevertheless, using the strengths and limitations of the medium and being on-line rather than in-person, we can make the most of the technology and guide others if we adapt our ways of giving space and communicating clearly to involve clients directly and actively in their treatments. In the process we can develop our communication skills to give space and enable those with whom we work, opportunities to explore and negotiate these processes so that it models an interactive approach to serve the needs of the client.
These workshops focus on remote treatments as fun but safe exploratory and experiential processes. The first two are themed around parts of us and the third to use what the client has that they can use or with guidance (mindful of health and safety) adapt that might assist them. The interactive techniques to guide others will be used throughout all three workshops and attendees are invited to ask questions before break out sessions when they’ll have chance to explore exercises and techniques themselves. There will also be time at the end of each workshop to discuss and feedback on your experience. Each workshop will be recorded and available for attendees to watch in their own time. Each workshop is stand alone, or can be attended as a series. Sessions are by donation which can be paid via the Cart Link above or made by transfer – details below:
- Account Name: W Colyer-Commerford
- Account Number: 93000206
- Sort Code: 20-99-40
If you would like to attend and know others who might be interested, please email me / pass on my email address: email@example.com