The word embodiment points us towards the relation with our physical body and – most important – with our bodies capacity to feel.
The body is equipped with an autonomous function that supports our life without our consciousness having to drive it. This function is regulated by the autonomic nervous system. The body also has a more subtle function connected to our consciousness, that is to feel what is happening. Feeling is what informs our responses, our movements and facilitates digesting the emotional content of our lives.
In our modern world, most of us have lost our ability to fully feel the internal impulses that connect us to a clearly felt sense of selves. “Awakening Our Embodiment” is a process of reconnecting to this felt sense – tending to the numb layers and awakening the innate sensitivity of the body. It is a journey of relaxation and release, deep listening and honouring what our internal navigation system is showing us. Using movement combined with a psycho-spiritual approach, we will come back home to ourselves and experience the beauty and fullness of embodiment.