We naturally answer the question “Who are you?” by saying our name. We can add details about our profession, origin, and age. We never respond: “I am my body… I am my hands, my legs, my chest. I am my heart“. And yet, without our body, hands, legs, chest, and heart, we, in reality, are not.
We tend to believe we are what we think. The truth is that from the moment we are born – and even before – the body contributes to shaping the sense that we are. And for the rest of our life, it absorbs information through our interactions with the world.
Sadly, the body is rarely contemplated as a source of information and inspiration in the therapy room or as a pathway toward healing deep wounds.
This workshop aims to provide initial skills to encourage practitioners to discover, explore, and awaken the Self in their clients’ bodies.