The Spirals of Life and Living

Engaging in a Personal Journey through Dimensions of Moving

Friday, May 18 – Sunday May 20, 2012

 We live spirals — the spiraling of our galaxy, our DNA, of every fiber in every muscle and tissue in our bodies, and in every move we make. Our attending in this multidimensional reality, this spiraling world, provides richness, depth, width and breadth to ourselves and to others.

Surrounded by the majestic beauty of Lake Tahoe, come join us and enjoy the support of a community of people committed to embodied living. This workshop is deeply informed by the principles of Formative Psychology® and incorporates guided movement explorations from the Feldenkrais Method® and Aikido.

No previous experience is required — beginners are welcome.

$250 Includes workshop, lakefront lodging (dorm accommodation), and delicious vegetarian meals. Private lodging and shared accommodations available at additional cost.

For more info or to register, please call (510) 527-5981
or email sonja@learninginaction.org

The Retreat Leaders

Sonja SutherlandSonja H. Sutherland is an experienced Feldenkrais practitioner with over fifteen years of ongoing studies in Formative Psychology®. She maintains a private practice in Berkeley, offering individualized hands-on sessions for adults and children. She also teaches group classes, leads workshops and retreats. Sonja holds a black belt in Aikido and a Masters in Dance.

Peter Wright
Peter W. Wright is a Somatic psychotherapist, receiving his Masters in Somatic Psychology in 1991. He has been practicing and teaching Aikido as an integral part of healing and self-discovery for over 20 years. Peter is a supervisor at the Center for Somatic Psychotherapy, and sees individuals and couples in his private practice in Berkeley and San Francisco.

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