Radical Wholeness Weekend with Philip Shepherd author of New Self, New World ~ Oct 17-19, 2014

Posted by on August 6, 2014 in momobutoh dance company | 1 comment

Radical WholenessJoin master teacher of the journey of getting IN TOUCH with the WORLD through the BELLY BRAIN…Read all about it here in The Sun Magazine:  http://philipshepherd.com/the-sun/

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Dates – October 17  ~~ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

AND October 18, 2014 – October 19, 2014
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

“What can we gain by sailing to the moon if we are not able to cross the abyss that separates us from ourselves?”  Thomas Merton

We are taught from childhood that mind and body are separate. This lesson is not merely inaccurate – it has created a way of being that is disconnected, anxious and off-balance. Our primary challenge is to recover the harmony of our being. Philip has gained an international reputation as a teacher whose original techniques enable people to reunite their conscious thinking with the deep-dwelling intelligence of the body, and to do so in a way that grounds us in the present, and gently opens a door to the experience of wholeness.  In the process, he provides tools to last a lifetime.

Class size limited to 16.   $295 with CEUs  $295 without CEUs

For REGISTRATION and more info on lodging, transport, etc  Call 206 855 5836 or go to http://philipshepherd.com/events/radical-wholeness-weekend-workshop-whidbey-island/

Videos of Philip and his work live + with Andrew Harvey ~~ http://philipshepherd.com/videos/

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  1. Here are a few comments from participants:
    “The welcoming atmosphere and spirit of sharing, both ideas and experience were what made this a great workshop. The setting is spectacular, so welcoming. The best.”
    “This was ‘spirit’ arranged and orchestrated. The dance of synchronicity permeated my experience, which was smoothly facilitated by Philip and the venue…thank you both!”
    “I appreciated the conscious sequencing and building up of the exercises, the grounding of the work, the beauty and craftsmanship embodied by the space.”

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