Study Group "Talk+Explore": Bonnie's Winter Series

Amélie Gaulier


Date and Time

Calendar: SATURDAYS every two weeks.

We will meet each time from 12-1:30pm Eastern Day Time (ET) apart for Intro session (3:30-5pm ET).


  • 1st INTRO session on FEB 5: 3:30-5pm ET
  • 2nd session on FEB 19: 12-1:30pm ET
  • 3rd session on FEB 26: 12-1:30pm ET
  • 4th session on MAR 5: 12-1:30pm ET
  • 5th CLOSING session on MAR 19: 12-1:30pm ET

Suggested Donation: $10-25 per session 

If you encounter financial hardship, contact me. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 


As a Body-Mind Centering® practitioner, I am offering to guide a study group for people who are attending Bonnie Winter's serie " Building Vitality, Strength, Flexibility, Flow, and Ease through Embodying Our Muscles: A Body-Mind Centering® Approach through Movement, Touch, and Cellular Consciousness and want to explore the material in an intimate container in between sessions.  

This study group "talk and explore"  is an invitation to deepen your embodiment practice, support your questions and relationship to your own explorations. I will guide participants during the sessions to reflect from an embodied place, move, write, witness self and other, allowing time for personal and collective integration.

Each session will ideally run with a set group of people but I will allow fluidity in welcoming new participants depending on the study flow and agreement within the group. We will meet every two weeks for 1h30. 

More info about the 2021 Winter Series Bonnie's series.

Intructor's Bio

Amélie Gaulier (she/her) lives in Lenape-​Canarsie ​indigeneous ​land, Brooklyn based, her native country is France. Body-Mind Centering® practitioner, Somatic Movement therapist and mindfulness instructor and facilitator with MNDFL. She is Registered Professional Somatic Movement Therapist member of ISMETA; and currently studying Body-Mind Psychotherapy with Susan Aposhyan. As a somatic artist, she has been teaching improvisation through movement, voice, and imagination to children and adults for 14 years. Amélie recently completed a Masters Research Degree at the INSPE/UPEC, National Institute of Professorship and Education in Paris; her research focuses on enactive pedagogy and embodied cognition.  Her ongoing healing process is teaching her how to support  weaving somatic(s) and contemplative approaches to carve out a path of care and deep listening.  And furthermore to foster  understanding of how embodiment practices, art and activism and social transformation relate and intersect. Website:

Contact and Payment

Question and registration: 

Payment: Suggested donation of $10-25 / session, via Paypal at or using the venmo app @Amelie-Gaulier

amelie.gaulier [at] gmail [dot] com