Somatic Awakening Workshop at the Naramata Centre (2016)

June 27 - July 1, 2016. Weekday Mornings (Monday thru Friday), from 9:30 to 12:30.

Get in touch with your body in a new way.

This journey of self-discovery is an invitation to delve deeper into your sense of well-being, tapping into your innate capacity for learning and growth.

Learn resiliency, grace and grounded self confidence.

Learn to deeply listen to your body and respond to what it is telling you. You will move better, with greater awareness to improve your capacity for ease of movement. You will learn how to make choices in increasing your flexibility. And through the careful listening and learning, you will discover what to do when moving is painful.

You will find your confidence growing through the process.

 Each morning we will have three hours of movement lessons, leaving the rest of the day for your enjoyment of the region.

Afternoon private sessions address deeper learning and personal needs (fee extra).

About Naramata Centre. Naramata Centre, located on the shore of beautiful Okanagan lake is a beautiful place for retreat, reflection and growth. For generations people have come to nurture faith, develop skills, and find inspiration to make a difference in the world. Naramata Centre is in the town of Naramata, 30 minutes from Penticton. The Naramata Bench region is famous for its wines.

Onsite Accommodation is available  apartments (1, 2 & 3 bedrooms) as well as camping. Additional accommodation is available in the town.

Registration is now closed. For general information about programs at Naramata, come to their programs page.

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Workshop Testimonials

Testimonials from people who have attended classes and workshops:

 As a participant at a week long Feldenkrais retreat, I loved how current brain research guides the instructions in  each session.  Through a series of gentle movements I became increasing able to move with greater ease and confidence.  To my surprise, this lead to confidence not just in large body movements but also a calming internal approach to life.    It was an amazing experience and I look forward to my next opportunity to join a Feldenkrais session.  -- Judy M, Edmonton

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