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

Haines, Alaskl

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. Through Sensory Awareness we can recover ways of living more fully in the world, rediscovering the wisdom and interconnection of our whole selves and reclaiming our natural being.

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.

Register with: Judyth Weaver: judyth@judythweaver.com or at www.judythweaver.com
or with Marian Clara Cunningham: 360-483-6192 claratara@gmail.com