Very palpable moments
In this workshop, you will be introduced to a simple way to approach and to communicate the qualities of a united state of mind and body. The procedures are very easy yet gives a clear sense of a bodymind in an active and a present state.
This workshop is based on the perspectives that:
– Stability comes from motility. Letting the body be in a field of movement creates a vibrant stable presence.
– Tensions are movement not yet done. Rather than letting go of them as ‘problems’, we can find other ways to integrate the energy held in the body as tensions, then finding more vitality and sensuality in presence.
– Slow down to be fast. When we give ourselves time to perceive, to be with something, the brain can receive and process more information, and then a sense of calm will arise, where the experience of time changes.
– The body is a system of self-regulation. When given the right possibilities, the body will find a way to integration and organization by itself.
The format is experiental.
About Carsten Møller
Has been active teaching since he trained to become a teacher in Copenhagen 1986-89. In private practice, companies and Art Schools. In 2004 he started his own training course in Copenhagen. He has given workshops for AT teachers in Denmark, Germany and Finland.
40 years of Ki Aikido practice has been a major inspiration in his approach to teaching the AT, notably in areas of movement and mind-body integration.
The Phenomenological view is the undercurrent in his approach to the work: the experience of ‘how it is’ for the pupil, as a important resource in the learning process. With a focus on the experiential aspects, he aims to overcome the binary thinking of right or wrong, towards a more ‘what is possible’ perspective.
The last 10 years he has expanded his professional activities with different systemic therapeutic approaches:
ISP- Integral Somatic Psychotherapy, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and IFS- Internal Family Systems Therapy, which all are built on supporting the system/body’s own ability to heal.
See also: Carsten Møller – Presenter Detail Page
Wednesday, 24 August 2022
10:30 h - 11:45 h
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