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Sunday, April 2 • 13:00 - 14:45
Sacredness of Zen Thai shiatsu, Gwyn Williams

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Sacredness of Zen Thai shiatsu (1.5 hr)

Invite the inquisitive child ...be ok about making errors and learning from the mistakes.
This is not a lazy yoga class but a quietening of the mind to follow energy in the direction it needs to go...
Embody the principles of therapeutic touch...Relax, less is more, nesting, be curious, explore limits .
You cannot go too deep ...you can easily go to fast ...Listen

Invite your hands to extensions of your heart. Invite single minded attention and explore taking another body into new and unfamiliar positions to invite an unwinding of fascia and a release of stagnation.

Restore and explore, so when you walk away you will wish to offer your gestures to another into because it simply offered you so much ..

Some solo but mainly partner or group work 

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Gwyn Williams

Gwyn Williams is a movement-based therapist that created Zenthai shiatsu over 20 years ago.  On the surface, Zenthai is a fusion of Zen shiatsu, Thai massage and osteopathic technique, however beneath is an enriched conversation with vibrant ever-changing life.  The dissolving of... Read More →

Sunday April 2, 2017 13:00 - 14:45 AEST
*Anglican Hall 42 Stuart St, Mullumbimby