SPRe Bodywork on Pelvic Tension

April 6, 2020

April 6, 2020

5:00 am To 8:00 am

3333 Wallingford Avenue North, Seattle, WA, USA

$175

206-412-0568

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Event Description

Join Jill and Martine for a 3-hour anatomical and sensational exploration of Pelvic tension and ways to relieve it!

·       -*We will explore the functional anatomy of the pelvis and leg connection.

·       *We will discern your unique tension pattern and begin to address it.

·       *We will use the human tensegrity model to understand the difference between healthy tension and unnecessary tension.

·       *We will compare and contrast changes in your unique system so that you have more options in everyday life!

 

We’re all animated differently, despite sharing the same anatomy. This commonality of physicality means that we can be known, even though our bodies are a result of our unique lives and experiences! You can’t just get rid of your – or your clients’ – tension, but you can discover the purpose of it…and then discover options.

This workshop is great for anyone who wants to work more profoundly with other people – especially bodyworkers, movement practitioners, and talk therapists.

 

Organizers

Jill Ableson and Martine Dedek

About the Instructor

Jill Ableson, Creative Founder and Martine Dedek, Educational Founder of Somatic Personal Resonance Education (SPRe) have a combined 30 years of experience in somatic healing and bodywork.

Registration Details

Call or email Joy Walker to register or with questions.

206-412-0568 

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