March 9+10, 2019
Cost: kr 2000-2500
Experience first occurs on the cellular level. The nervous system is the recording system of the body. It records our experiences and organizes them into patterns. It can then recall the experience and modify it by integrating it with patterns of other systems and previous experiences. The nervous system is the last to know, but, once knowing, it becomes a major control center of psychophysical processes. It can initiate the learning of new experience through creativity and play. The nervous system underlies alertness, thought, and precision of coordination and establishes the perceptual base from which we view and interact with our internal and external worlds.
This course includes:
• Distinguishing experientially the organization of the nervous system: central/peripheral; somatic/autonomic; sensory/motor.
• Differentiating and integrating the three brains: the enteric nervous system of the gut, heart and brain of central nervous system.
• Assessing and releasing blockages in the nerve pathways
• Understanding the principles of nerve reversals and methods of releasing them.
• Exploring balance of the autonomic nervous system as a calm support for intentional movement.
This class is for anyone who is interested in their body, mind and movement; dancers, yoga practitioners, bodyworkers, athletes, performers, martial artists, philosophers, educators and artists of all kinds.
Olive Bieringa is a dance maker, performer and certified teacher of Body-Mind Centering®. She has been creating performance work and teaching internationally for the past twenty years with Otto Ramstad as the BodyCartography Project. She co-directs the SEA Body-Mind Centering® Somatic Movement Education in Melbourne, Australia.
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