Somatic Perinatal Process Workshop – Cortes Island, B.C., Canada – TBA

Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Therapy is based on research showing that babies within the womb, during birth, and postnatally feel, have consciousness and memories, and react specifically to their experiences. Read More

Two-Day Workshop: Introduction to Rosen Method Bodywork -Kyoto, Japan – TBA

offered by Judyth O. Weaver, Ph.D. — Senior Rosen Method Teacher

Rosen Method Bodywork is a subtle practice that uses presence, touch, words and movement to help the client access embodied self-awareness.
A hands-on practice that addresses the body, mind, spirit, and emotions, it is a powerful tool for stress reduction and for strengthening the body / mind connection. Rosen Method is a valuable technique for personal growth and for finding the path of the heart and soul in one’s life and living more fully in the present.

An Introduction to Perinatal Psychology and Therapy Workshop Kyoto, Japan – TBA

The field of Perinatal Psychology has grown from research that shows prenates and neonates feel, have consciousness, have memories and respond specifically to their experiences; and it shows how adults unconsciously remember and base actions and reactions on these experiences throughout their lives.
Evidence confirms that many health issues – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual – are linked to prenatal, birth, and parent-infant bonding experiences. Patterns for one’s ability to deal with stress and trauma are also laid down in these early, pre-verbal times and continue to influence us throughout our development. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Winter Retreat, Yelapa , Mexico – February 7-13, 2016

Come join us playing Grandmaster Cheng Man-Ching’s short yang form in sunny Mexico.
Mornings are for t’ai chi sessions; afternoons for exploring, resting, etc.
First class will be February 7th. Please arrive and settle in before the 7th. Read More

One-Day Workshop: Introduction to Rosen Method Bodywork -Kyoto, Japan : September 17, 2015

Rosen Method Bodywork is a subtle practice that uses presence, touch, words and movement to help the client access embodied self-awareness.

A hands-on practice that addresses the body, mind, spirit, and emotions,
it is a powerful tool for stress reduction and for strengthening the body / mind connection. RM is a valuable technique for personal growth and for finding the path of the heart and soul in one’s life and living more fully in the present. Read More

Sensory Awareness: Living More Fully – Kyoto, Japan: September 19-21, 2015

Please also visit the new Sensory Awareness Japan website.

How do we live?  Are we awake and do we respond fully and appropriately or is our response to life … to anything – mechanical and perhaps not really our own?  Are we creative and spontaneous or are we following perhaps some old rules we have been given?  Can we be resilient and appropriate to what is asked of us? Sensory Awareness gives us chances to look at, feel and respond to our inner needs. When we are more fully connected and authentic, we can then also extend our realities outward into our communities and the world. Read More

Sensory Awareness: Living Well in Challenging Times – Kyoto, Japan: September 22, 2015

In our current world so much is changing. How do we respond to what is happening in our lives? How can we live well in challenging times?

Can we be flexible and respond appropriately to what is asked of us?
Are we awake or is our response to life…to anything… mechanical and perhaps not really our own? How do we meet the challenges in the world? Read More

An Introduction to Perinatal Psychology and Therapy Workshop Tokyo, Japan – September 24 & 25, 2015

The field of Perinatal Psychology has grown from research that shows prenates and neonates feel, have consciousness, have memories and respond specifically to their experiences; and it shows how adults unconsciously remember and base actions and reactions on these experiences throughout their lives. Read More

Sensory Awareness Workshop – Tokyo, Japan – September 26, 2015

Sensory Awareness, the practice of deeply exploring our sensations, our actions and interactions, can guide us back to our natural resources and lead us to more authenticity and vitality. In this workshop, participants will explore their sensations and responses internally and externally, in relationship with others, with nature and with our human nature. These explorations can bring a trust and security that may assist us in finding the ability and pleasure of responding more sensitively and authentically in our lives. Read More

Sensory Awareness Workshop in Seattle, Wa February 28-March 1, 2015

We are naturally born as vital, fully sensory beings. Traumas, tensions, even some education can diminish our vitality and full potential for living, creating unrest and insecurity in our lives. This simple practice of deeply experiencing our actions and interactions can guide us back to our natural resources, our spontaneity, and more authenticity and vitality. In this workshop participants will explore their experiences personally and in relation with others. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Workshop In Seattle

Seattle Weekend of April 26 & 27, 2014 With Judyth Weaver Review, refresh, renew your T’ai Chi practice Saturday 1-3pm and 4-6pm We usually have dinner together. Sunday 10-12noon and 2-4pm. Workshop will be in the International District of Seattle. Looking forward to continuing our working/playing T’ai Chi Ch’uan!

Sensory Awareness Workshop: Sensory Awareness – Inside and Out – Seattle, Wa. March 29-30, 2014

How do we feel? How do we respond? How awake and spontaneous or habitual and conditioned are we?
This workshop gives participants opportunities to explore our sensations, our reactions…our ways of being. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Winter Retreat, Yelapa , Mexico – January 11-18, 2014

Come join us playing Grandmaster Cheng Man-Ching’s short yang form in sunny Mexico. Read More

T’ai Chi Sword Form classes during Continuing T’ai Chi Ch’uan Retreat, August 11-17, 2013

A number of classes for sword form will be held for those students who are interested. Read More

Beginning T’ai Chi Ch’uan on Cortes Island, B.C., Canada, August 7-11, 2013

T’ai Chi Ch’uan has been known for generations as an exercise for longevity and relaxation and is now amazing contemporary researchers with results of enhanced immune systems, better balance, more flexibility and strength. Read More

Sensory Awareness Workshop: Seattle, WA – March 16-17, 2013

In this workshop, participants will explore their sensations and responses internally and externally, in relationship with others, with nature and with our human nature. These explorations can bring a trust and security that may assist us in finding the ability and pleasure of responding more sensitively and authentically in our lives. As we find our natural vitality we can relate more fully with others, find peace and satisfaction in our selves, and the ability to extend it further into the world. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Winter Retreat In Zipolite, Oaxaca, Mexico January 13-18, 2013

Come join us playing Grandmaster Cheng Man-Ching’s short yang form in sunny Mexico. Mornings are for t’ai chi sessions; afternoons for exploring, resting, etc. Read More

Somatic Perinatal Process Workshop, Seattle, Washington

The field of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Therapy has grown from research showing that babies within the womb, during birth, and post natally feel, have consciousness and memories, and react specifically to their experiences. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Workshop In Seattle

Review, refresh, renew your T’ai Chi practice in Seattle on the Weekend of April 6 & 7, 2013 Read More

Sensory Awareness Workshop – Cortes Island July 7-20, 2012 Japanese version

Click on the title of this post to download the higher resolution PDF as well as visiting the new Sensory Awareness Japan site. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Workshop In Seattle – March 24 & 25, 2012

Review, refresh, renew your T’ai Chi practice. Workshop will be at MotionSense Movement Education Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan – in Mérida, Mexico January 23-27, 2012

Open to all who know at least the first section of Cheng Man-Ch’ing’s short yang form and who want to deepen their T’ai Chi Ch’uan practice. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan – An Exercise for Life / A Way of Life – Continuing the form, August 2011

This workshop reviews the first section and teaches the complete short Yang form of T’ai Chi Ch’uan as taught by Grandmaster Cheng Man-Ch’ing. It is open to participants of Judyth’s earlier T’ai Chi workshop (Aug 9-12) and to others who practice at least the first section of this form.

This is a good chance to brush up lapsed practices, deepen your understandings and meet and share playing T’ai Chi Ch’uan with others. Applications of the form and sensing hands (tui shou) will be introduced. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Workshops on Cortes Island, B.C., Canada, August 2011

T’ai Chi Ch’uan has been known for generations as an exercise for longevity and relaxation and is now amazing contemporary researchers with results of enhanced immune systems, better balance, more flexibility and strength. This exercise, suitable for all ages and body types, is a moving meditation that centres and calms our minds as well as being a form of healing, of self-defense, and physical re-education. Read More

Sensory Awareness: Awakening and Responding. Kyoto, Japan: October 15-16, 2011

Sensory Awareness focuses on the reality of one’s experience and finding the organic and deeply true response. This workshop is experiential. Focusing on our breath, our sensations, our actions and reactions allows each of us to acknowledge our true essence and fully respond to what we are being asked in our lives. Read More

Sensory Awareness: Awakening and Responding. Kyoto, Japan: October 8-10, 2011

Sensory Awareness focuses on the reality of one’s experience and finding the organic and deeply true response. This workshop is experiential. Focusing on our breath, our sensations, our actions and reactions allows each of us to acknowledge our true essence and fully respond to what we are being asked in our lives. Read More

T’ai Chi Sword Form classes during Continuing T’ai Chi Ch’uan Retreat, August 7-14, 2011

A number of classes for sword form will be held for those students who are interested. There will be an additional fee for these. Please state upon registration if you are interested. Read More

Beginners’ T’ai Chi Ch’uan Workshop in Mazatlan, May 2011

Five days of learning the first section of Professor Cheng Man-Ch’ing’s short yang form. Read More

Sensory Awareness Workshop in Mazatlan, April 2011

Sensory Awareness, the practice of deeply exploring our sensations, our actions and interactions, can guide us back to our natural resources and lead us to more authenticity and vitality. In this workshop, participants will explore their sensations and responses internally and externally, in relationship with others, with nature and with our human nature. Read More

Sensory Awareness Workshops In Hiroshima, Japan, March 2011

Sensory Awareness, the practice of deeply exploring our sensations, our actions and interactions, can guide us back to our natural resources and lead us to more authenticity and vitality. In this workshop, participants will explore their sensations and responses internally and externally, in relationship with others, with nature and with our human nature. Read More

T’ai Chi Ch’uan – in Mazatlan, Mexico, February 2011

Open to all who know at least the first section of Cheng Man-Chings short yang form and who want to deepen their Tai Chi Chuan practice. Read More

Sensory Awareness Workshop – Nature and our Nature – Haines, Alaska, September 11-13, 2010

We are naturally born as vital, fully sensory beings. Traumas, tensions, even some education can diminish our vitality, creating unrest and insecurity in our lives. Sensory Awareness – the practice of deeply exploring our sensations, our actions and interactions, through practical sensing experiments – can guide us back to our natural resources and lead us to more authenticity and vitality. Read More

Pre- & Perinatal Somatic Process Workshop September 7-10, 2010, Haines, Alaska

The workshop offers the opportunity to uncover, explore and support healing, with understanding and compassion, our own prenatal and birth imprinting. By connecting to this early layer of physical and emotional experience, within a safe, sustaining environment, there is the potential to repattern our bonding and attachment, clarify, ease, and transform early trauma and current unsupportive reactions. Read More