Feeling Good: A day of Centering BodyMind with Douglas MacKenzie

Posted by on April 13, 2015 in momobutoh dance company | 0 comments

This Event has been POSTPONED till a Later DATE….please inquire if interested in attending. fibonacciSpiralALOE

Join our exploration with an expert guide for Developmental Movement and Experiential Anatomy of Body-Mind Centering® in a supportive environment that encourages self discovery.

Through comfortably guided somatic meditations, you will dive into the imagination that arises from sensation, unravel your outdated habits, and discover ease in motion.

By exploring the patterns of our earliest movement–from conception through the first year of life and into walking– you can renegotiate limiting habits, recover the freedom of motion that is your birthright, and arrive, skillfully embodied in the present.

Simultaneously you will investigate how our dynamic anatomical systems (bones, muscles, organs, glands, fluids, nerves) coordinate and integrate the physical foundations of our awareness, to reveal the innocent wholeness of our inherent genius.

BMC is applied in fields or performance, dance, acting, singing, music, healing, fine arts, bodywork, sports, therapy + medicine– anywhere it serves us to expand our palate of movement and enjoy how it feels to be embodied.
Read more about benefits of Body-Mind Centering and Developmental Movement here: http://www.brilliantbody.net/Body-Mind_Centering.html

Three 2-hour guided segments with two one-hour breaks.
10-12 segment one – fluid systems
12-1pm time for nourishment
1-3 segment two – nervous system
3-4pm time for integration and being on land
4pm-6pm – skeletal + muscular system

$90 if registered and paid by May 20
$125 if after May 20

Call Maureen Momo at 206 855 5836 or PM thru FB for instructions.

Douglas MacKenzie ~
is a Craniosacral Therapist, a Certified Practitioner of Body-Mind Centering®, a Registered Movement Therapist, and instructor of Gyrotonic® and Gyrokinesis®. He has worked 20 years in private practice, and clinically for 12 years as a Movement Therapist at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, where he also trained staff therapists. He graduated from Wesleyan University and the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy. Doug draws from his study of Viniyoga, Chi K’ung, Acutonics, World Music, Falconry, and Movement Improvisation. His gentle work benefits infants and elders; those who suffer chronic/acute injury or various complex syndromes; and professional athletes, dancers, and musicians. www.brilliantbody.net

We’ll gather for practice in an exquisite hand crafted sacred-geometry movement sanctuary that is also a sound tabernacle. The space is surrounded by many acres of trees and entirely secluded from other human made structures. Nearby beaches and forest trails as well as cafes and markets are available for your enjoyment as well.
Please plan to catch a 9am ferry from Mukilteo to Clinton at the latest if you are joining us from off island. Directions to location provided upon registration.

Maureen Momo Freehill​ 206 855 5836 or PM here on FB

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