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FEA - MOVEMENT: Fluids & Muscles



FOUNDATIONS IN EMBODIED ANATOMY
Body-Mind Centering® Immersion Series

MOVEMENT: Fluid & Muscles

$495 by October 9th / $540 After

Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9am-4pm

FOUNDATIONS IN EMBODIED ANATOMY with Lisa Clark & Amy Matthews continues November 9-11.

Embody your yoga from the inside out, bringing greater somatic awareness to your practice.


MOVEMENT: Fluid & Muscles


Movement begins in our fluids, and our muscles continue to express that movement throughout our life. In this course we’ll explore fluids as a body system and their dynamic role in communicating within our tissues to negotiate tone and create change. With fluids as our ground we’ll explore muscles as an interdependent whole-body source of strength, mobility, and power that balances action, rest, stillness and presence.


This workshop is open to everyone, it will offer you fresh perspective on your yoga practice, and shed new light on the inner workings of asana.


Explore yoga from a whole-body consciousness - learning new sources of structure and integrity by opening new layers of kinesthetic awareness. The Foundations in Embodied Anatomy immersion teaches yoga as a fully creative, authentic, life nurturing practice, and encourages us to reach into the roots of our full human design and potential.


Each weekend workshop is three full days: all day Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 9am-4pm with a lunch hour taken mid-day. The format for each day includes lecture, light asana, interactive study and discussion.

The requirement for entry into these courses is a personal movement practice and a basic familiarity with yoga asana. No prior experience with Body-Mind Centering® is necessary.

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Lisa Clark, began her studies of BMC in 1983, she has become one of the leading innovators of the integration of Yoga and Body-Mind Centering, actively engaged in the training, teaching and development of this form for over 30 years. Lisa was the program coordinator and co-teacher with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen of the first BMC & Yoga programs in Amherst, MA from 2000-2004. She continued as faculty and teaching assistant in the NYC program 2005-2007. Lisa then became the Educational Director of the first European BMC & Yoga Embodied Anatomy & Yoga program in Berlin, Germany 2009-2012. She has taught in the Somatic Movement Education programs in the United States and Brazil from 2007 to currently.

Lisa Clark is the Co-owner and Educational Director of Yoga On The Square in Pittsburgh, PA. In 2002 she founded EmbodiYoga, a 500-hr RYS with Yoga Alliance, which offers advanced workshops and trainings that integrate Yoga, BMC and Somatics, for the last 14 years. She is a ERYT-500 with Yoga Alliance, registered with ISMETA as a Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator, a BMC teacher and practitioner, and has done the EAY, EDMY, IDME BMC trainings. Lisa teaches and leads workshops internationally at schools and studios throughout the United States, South America, Europe and China. She has a private BMC and movement therapy practice in Pittsburgh.

Visit Lisa’s website at

www.embodiyogalisaclark.com


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Amy Matthews began the BMC & Yoga program with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and Lisa Clark in 2000. She has been teaching movement since 1994 and is a Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, an Infant Developmental Movement Educator, a movement therapist and yoga teacher. Amy was the Program Director for the Embodied Developmental Movement and Yoga, and Embodied Anatomy and Yoga BMCSM programs in NYC and Portland OR from 2009 - 2016. She co-taught with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in Berkeley, CA for five years. Amy is faculty of the Somatic Movement Education program in Oregon, and was faculty of the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies for ten years. She teaches embodied anatomy and movement workshops in the United States and internationally.


Amy co-authored with Leslie Kaminoff the book Yoga Anatomy, and is the Education Director of The Breathing Project in New York City, where both Amy and Leslie teach. Amy also works privately, integrating Laban Movement Analysis, Bartenieff Fundamentals, yoga, Body-Mind Centering and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). She is E-500 RYT with Yoga Alliance, registered with ISMETA as a Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator, and with IAYT ( International Association of Yoga Therapists), CMA, IDME, RSMT/RSME.


Visit Amy’s website at

www.embodiedasana.com