Our skin is an envelope around our body and holds a form that we are. Within our skin, our fluid body exists. We have one continuous fluid body. It is largely composed of water and it changes properties and differentiates its characteristics as it flows through different channels and membranes of our body. The fluids are “the transportation system” of the body and it plays a big role in balancing and transitioning between rest and action, stillness and movement.
In this workshop, through movement and hands-on practices, we will explore and embody several different types of fluids, each with own unique quality and discover how these fluids can support and enrich our movement and expressions.
(If you are a yoga teacher or practitioner, imagine how fluid support can transform your vinyasa or holding an asana in stillness!)
Aki Omori RSMT, RSME, IMBT-Dip, NARM, BMC
Registered somatic movement therapist / educator, trained in Body-Mind Centering® (BMC) and Integrative Body-Work and Movement Therapy (IBMT), and a qualified practitioner of Neuro Affective Relational Model ® (NARM), which is a form of early trauma healing work designed for adult clients. Aki is a true explorer of movements and living body-mind. Passionate about developmental movements and embryology and they are largely incorporated into all her work, including teaching yoga and other movement / therapy work modalities. Aki’s classes are known for their explorative nature and are fun and light yet profound. She encourages her students to be actively involved in enquiries so that they find their own path that is honest and true to themselves. She runs workshops on embodied anatomy, developmental movement, embryology and her own training programmes for yoga teachers and psychotherapists / holistic therapists. Her latest interest is to develop a practice on “voice & movement” as a way to enhance and improve quality of lives. Her future project will be to bring developmental movement work to psychotherapy trainings. She loves driving, chopping vegetables with a good sharp knife, enjoys contact improvisation and general dancing about in the flat and in parks.
All workshops listed here are independently run and organised and simply hosted in Light Centre venues. The Light Centre is not responsible for any content, claims or bookings for these events. Any queries must be addressed to the organisers directly.