What Does Yes or No Feel Like? Somatic Signposts In An Uncertain Time

September 23, 2020

September 23, 2020

6:00 pm To 8:00 pm

Online Webinar




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Event Description

What does a clear yes or no feel like in your body? In this class we will walk through a process to both feel what you notice in yourself as well as pair up with each other to see what you observe as your partner is exploring their own experience of yes and no.

Bring a few examples of something you know is a “Hell Yeah!” and “Absolutely No!” for you as well as a few things you’re not as sure about. You won’t need to share the specifics to fully participate in the class, although we welcome sharing if it feels good to you.


Martine Dedek

Venmo @SPReClass

About the Instructor

Martine Dedek, Educational Founder, Instructor & Practitioner A traditional Western educational background and a search for something that truly resonated with her led to the development of SPRe and a growing practice of studying and integrating other modalities. She draws on the wisdom of many traditions in her practice, as well as the wisdom inherent in her client’s bodies and strives to create a multi-dimensional way of working with her clients.

Registration Details

Sliding scale available.

Zoom Link sent one hour before webinar.

Venmo @SPReClass or [email protected] to register.

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