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The Pelvic Basin—An Exploration of Holding and Letting Go

Date and time

Saturday, June 21, 2014
3:00–5:30 p.m.

Description

What are you holding on to?
What can you let go of?

The pelvic basin is a wondrous container for the flow of life. The muscles that run through the pelvis not only support vital organs, but they also direct functional movement—standing, walking, digestion, elimination, reproduction, breathing.purple_twirl

Cambrey and Gika invite you to a sensory based experience steeped in Feldenkrais, Nia and Creativity. Leaving your daily distractions behind, explore your pelvis as the foundation of movement. Experience the pelvis as a metaphor for the things you hold and the things you let go of—physically, emotionally and creatively.

Cambrey Lindsay, MA , LPC is a Nia Brown Belt Certified Trance Dance Facilitator and Shamanic energy healer. Her interest in psycho-­‐spiritual practices and Source healing has provided the tools for energetically clearing somatic imbalances, emotional conflict, and improving holistic well-­‐being. She believes the fluid connection of mind-­‐body-­‐spirit are instrumental for psycho-­‐spiritual growth and evolution of the Self.

A fiber artist for more than 20 years, Gika Rector combines creativity, an education in psychology and her role as a personal coach to facilitate transformation in individuals and organizations. She is known for her nonjudgmental and supportive approach to hearing the truth, eliciting clarity, and opening new possibilities. She teaches Awareness Through Movement®, Bones For Life®, and felt-making.

Fee

$45 online or $55 at the door

How to register

Sign up here: Register at NiaMoves.

Location

NiaMoves
508 Pecore Street [MAP]
Houston, Texas
713-864-4260

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