Embodied Flow Immersion
Advanced Level Embodied Flow Track
Led by Tara Judelle
Embodied Flow is a continuum of movement and expression drawing from the discoveries of hatha, tantric and somatic movement systems to experience yoga as a living art form. Both philosophy and method, Embodied Flow training and practice—the living art of yoga—provide the technology and pathways to a deep sense of ease, strength and connectivity in the human form, empowering practitioners to be their own greatest teacher as they expand, integrate and facilitate awareness in their entire body-mind, to remember and experience the unified field.
The immersion is a five day comprehensive introduction to the world of Embodied Flow, designed for those who want to segue from other systems of yoga into advanced training or for those practitioners and teachers that which to enhance their knowledge and practice in the integration of mind-body-sprit.
Our immersions draw on meditation, contemplation, free movement, asana, partner work, experiential anatomy (initiating asana flows from different body systems: skeletal, organ, endocrine, muscular, developmental, nervous system), tantric philosophy, somatic psychology, and pranayama.
Sample Daily Schedule
The schedule presented is a general template and may change according to the intuition and instinct of the facilitator as well as the needs of the particular group.
Day 1: The Body is the Vehicle for Awakening. We will explore cellular breathing, skin, inner and outer atmosphere, moving from the skin, working with kinospheres, and philosophical discussion around the body as the vehicle.
Day 2: Yielding. We will work on yielding, movement re-patterning, and yielding into different densities.
Day 3: Pathways of Connectivity. We will explore navel radiation, focus on moving from the navel center, reclaiming the power of the organizational middle, and embryology of the primary organizational patterns.
Day 4: Articulation, Integration. Highlighting different ways of moving into Articulation Integration from organs, glands, and philosophical context.
Day 5: Flow. The streaming of moment to moment presence. Working on getting into the slipstream of flow using time, space, dimension, and madhya.