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Releasing the Old, Inviting the New: Exploring EFT and Feldenkrais


Instructors: Fritha Pengelly and Sarah Young

Saturday, January 23, 2021

1-4pm

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This workshop is a good fit for you if you…

Experience physical pain that gets worse when you are stressed or anxious.

Find yourself repeating the same patterns over and over again.

Recognize the relationship between your emotions and your difficulties with posture.

Aren’t sure how to release long held beliefs that are holding you back.

Are curious to explore the relationship between movement patterns and emotional patterns.

Want to learn to trust your body’s intuition and intelligence.

Have tried other methods and  haven’t yet found a way to create permanent change and ease in your life. 

Join Fritha and Sarah for a workshop that combines the cutting-edge technique of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) with The Feldenkrais Method® for a profoundly transformative experience! EFT is a tapping therapy that gently and permanently releases painful emotions and self-limiting beliefs so that you can feel more wise, more powerful and more effective in your relationships, work and life. The Feldenkrais Method® provides opportunities to learn through movement about one’s habits and patterns of movement and how they relate to our sense of ourselves in the world. Combining EFT tapping with the Feldenkrais Method® will offer participants the opportunity to explore their experience of posture, emotions, personal beliefs, self-image and how behavior and habits are reflected in body and mind.

Bio for Fritha Pengelly click here

Bio for Sarah Young: Sarah is a Feldenkrais Practitioner. Her ongoing curiosity of movement and an old dance injury led her to study the Feldenkrais Method® under the direction of David Zemach-Bersin, New York City, 2011-15. As a movement artist, Sarah has collaborated with and performed works by dance makers Nancy Stark Smith, David Dorfman, Jill Sigman, Hilary Easton, Stephan Koplowitz, and the Treehouse Shakers. She served as the Executive Director of Earthdance, Plainfield, Massachusetts from 2013-18. She is an Alum of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, BFA 2003, a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, Morocco 2008-10, and a mother. She currently lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.

 $95 early-bird ($125 after 1/9)

In line with the Center’s efforts to promote racial equity and justice we are inviting Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color to attend at no charge:
Use Coupon Code: Fee-waived2