with Lauren Wadsworth
Saturday, March 28
10:30-12:30pm and 2-4:00pm
Our fascial system is a beautiful webbing which functions both as an organ of support and communication. Every movement we make, from breathing to large full body movement affects our fascial system. Like all connective tissue, fascia has a high water content, and has the ability to bind to and release water in order to change shape and density as we need it to. In the Somatic Movement form called Continuum we recognize and work with the reality that our bodies, just like planet earth, is 2/3 water. When we slow down, breathe, use sound, and move with attention to the water we are, we become more aware of and resilient in our fluid bodies, allowing for better internal communication between our cells and tissues, and greater resonance within ourselves and with others. Continuum contributes a unique and effective approach to the many wonderful modalities which can offer us ways to release fascia which, due to injury, repetitive use or a variety of other conditions, may not be functioning as optimally as possible.
Lauren Wadsworth, RSMT/E, NCBTMB (ncbtmb.org) has been teaching Somatic Movement practices since 1985, and has practiced a wide range of Manual Therapies since 1980. She has been offering continuum since 2003 and is a member of the Continuum Teachers Association (continuumteachers.com) and is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator (ismeta.org)
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