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This is a one -day workshop exploring centring and will be largely experiential, with a combination of groupwork, pair work, sharing and listening, bodywork, feeling work, breath work and movement, promoting self-contact, and self-expression.

The workshop runs throughout the year regularly and is run when I have six people interested.

Tessa has 20 years’ experience as a Chinese medicine practitioner. She is a somatic bodyworker and is coming to the end of her Radix training in feeling and purpose, body psychotherapy, personal growth work. She is one of 5 trained in this way in the UK. She is experienced in holding groups that focus on feeling, embodiment, and aliveness of the human being.

Within this one-day workshop we will explore centring as bodies and a part of embodiment. How do we become in contact with our bodies, how do we become aware of the internal sensations, track ourselves internally. Centring is a skill that allows for us to come to a place within our bodies that we don’t try for change or a specific result or process to happen, centring is part of acceptance of how we are right now, without judgement or a need to move on from.

We will explore in this workshop what centring is and what moves you away from your centre and contact with yourself, we will work from a Radix perspective looking at different ways that we can encourage centring in ourselves and others. What are the things that we can do that connect us to more of a sense of what is happening for ourselves and what takes us away from this experience. We will look at breath, visualisation, touch, and types of contact to explore how we individually stay in touch more with ourselves and explore why keeping our centre is important in our lives.

I run a few different 1-day workshops throughout the year, look at different aspects of being an embodied feeling human being, you can find the others offered on my website.

As well as these one-day workshops, I offer more intensive personal growth work opportunities once or twice a year. A new group is forming, please contact me if you are interested.

I am looking forward to sharing this day with you. Please feel you can contact me to book a place or and to ask any questions that might facilitate your decision to participate.


With warmth Tessa

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