Eco-somatics. Summer : Form & Flow (with Carla Walmsley-Esteves)

Eco-somatics. Summer : Form & Flow (with Carla Walmsley-Esteves)

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Ecosomatics is a growing interdisciplinary field inter-relating aspects of embodied practices with ecological awareness.

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Eco-somatics: The seasons

This new series will focus particularly on the somatic experience of the seasons. As we experience the effect of climate change in our bodies and environment, tuning-into the Earth’s seasonal cycles and being-with its rhythms and shifts is more vital now than ever for our psychological well-being.

This series provides an opportunity for old and new students to explore an eco-somatic approach when exploring with the natural world.

Most of the embodied practices include indoor/outdoor movement and art-based processes and are suitable for all ages and abilities.

Summer: Form & Flow

Summer brings the abundance of sunshine and energy, the birth and growth of animals, the blossoming and maturity of plants, flowers and fruits…the given of flow, expansion and expression, as the daylight reaches its peak .

Exploring our sense of relationship to the summer season, to ourselves, and all life…opening and engaging our senses to the natural world’s activity and vibrancy around us; grounding our presence whilst being in the flow of our movement moment-to-moment; capturing the bodily forms emerging from the felt-sense of the potency of the summer.

Although this event is part of the Ten Directions training course for ecotherapy practitioners, anybody can book and take part in this public online event. If you are interested, please do buy a ticket.

Please note that we will not be recording this online event. We cannot offer refunds to people who do not show up assuming that they will get a recording.

Carla Walmsley-Esteves is an integrative body psychotherapist, somatic movement educator, focusing oriented arts teacher and eco-therapist. Her work has evolved out of 20 years of practice, training and professional experience, bridging somatic psychology, movement studies, eco-psychology, deep ecology and women’s health. She holds a MA in Somatic Well being , BSc (Hons) in Ecology, and is currently undertaking a Doctorate of Arts in Eco-psychology and Environmental Humanities.

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