Spiralic Body: An Embodied Flow Weekend of Workshops
Led by Tara Judelle
Our Body is a fluid body, both evolutionarily and embryologically. Made from fluid processes that specialize and create the unique architecture of what we become. To open into the fourth state or the transcendental state we can tune into the liquid sensibility of our body/mind in order to slip into the transmutability available from the potential space that lives there.
Classes will include lecture, asana, free movement and meditation.
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.
Friday: Inner and Outer Ocean.
A calm, grounding liquid flow tapping into the sensation of the fluid inner
ocean; and it’s relationship to the viscosity of the fluid outer space. In the mental space of presence and permeability, we will work with the meeting of these two oceans, culminating in the boundary we call our skin. This class and all classes will involve a combination of asana, meditation, free movement. Class intensity will be presented in a structure tailored to the mind of the room.
Saturday morning: Bone Spirals.
The density of our bones can mislead the truth of their liquid past, and their organ like liquid intercommunication. In this class we will use asana and free movement to follow the spiralic constructs of the body. We will play with the magnetism and bouyance of joint space to both enhance help unlock forgotten pathways.
Saturday afternoon: Vortices.
A vortex in water creates a magnetic pull that organizes all the liquid structures around it into a synchronized…. Spiral. In our human body there are inherent drags… pulls that orchestrate the sensitive orchestra of our remarkable instrument. In this class we will play with several of these energetic pathways and combine them into flow sequences designed around planes of motion.
Sunday morning: Fascial Flow.
The liquid chi can run on many channels of our body – but the weft and weave of our “neural Net” can be found perhaps most tangibly in the fascial streams. Here we will use the fascial lines to find our way into flow, as we trace the spirals and inner rivers into a full electrical network of chi to ride into flow, using asana and free movement.