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Body Part Mapping – Breath as a Doorway
April 5 @ 6:30 pm - 8:15 pm
This online evening class is an opportunity to explore the resonance of the breath through guided somatic movement, drawing and creative writing to connect with a body part that is calling for space and aliveness.
Memories and life experiences are housed in specific body parts, and the Tamalpa Life Art Process® is a doorway to access personal mythology, and navigate compelling issues and recurring life themes.
In the class participants will gain insight into how body part mapping and specific Tamalpa tools can be utilised to create meaningful growth and change on a personal and professional level.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
• Have the invitation to take time to slow down and rediscover what feels nourishing
• Be guided to reconnect with the rhythm of one’s own breath
• To experience the Tamalpa Life Art Process® in their own home/work environment
• To tap into what the participants own body is needing and wanting physically, emotionally and mentally
• To allow space for each individuals creativity and body wisdom to express its self
• To discover clear insights from the wisdom of their own body
• To be seen and witnessed in a safe and non-judgemental environment
• To find out more about the Tamalpa UK Level 1 Personal Embodiment Online training 2023/24 and ask questions
No art or dance experience is necessary to attend.
What do I need for this event?
• A high speed internet connection
• Laptop or computer with video camera
• Please ensure you have enough space to move and dance in your room safely
• Please wear comfortable clothes to move in
• You will need some A2/A3 paper and either oil pastels, coloured pencils, crayons or preferred art materials
• Note book and pen
• Bottle of Water
If you require any further details please contact us
About Laura Colomban, RSMT/RSME
Laura Colomban is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator (ISMETA Institute of Somatic Embodied Therapy Association)and Associate Teacher for Tamalpa UK.
Her methodologies and approach to the body are rooted in the Tamalpa Life / Art Process® and Atem-Tonus-Ton, which she practises as a therapist since 2012 in group and individual sessions.
Producer and co-founder of the Podcast DanceOutsideDance, she graduated with distinction at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London (Master of Fine Arts, Creative Dance Practice), where she has propelled her research on soma, sound and technologically mediated performance practices.
She is fond of collaborative processes, collective making and learning, to create an inclusive teaching methodology in conversation with the politics of everyday life.