New Zealand 2013-14
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2013 Shin Somatics Workshops and Symposium Conference in New Zealand
on the South Island, at Otago University, Dunedin
Supported by University of Otago Summer School & Continuing Education Workshops and Symposium at Otago in 2013 just completed.
Two 5-day Workshops led by Sondra Fraleigh and Kelly Ferris
Plus a 2-day Symposium Conference led by Sondra Fraleigh and Ali East
Conference: Shin Somatics Symposium is open to all presenters. Call for Proposals with instructions for submissions is on the ESN Conference Page of this website: conferences.php Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Proposals on all topics of somatics, particularly as related to dance, yoga, and healing are welcome. Propose performances as well. Proposals due by December 5, 2012.
Certification Module 1 (all levels) January 28-February 1
Certification Module 2 (all levels) February 2-6
Shin Somatics Symposium February 1-2
Shin Somatics Symposium, 2 days, $190 NZ - early registration price by Dec. 1, 2012
Workshop for 1/2 level certification, 3 days, $ 275 NZ - early registration price by Dec. 1, 2012
Workshop 1, 5 days $450 NZ - early registration price by Dec. 1, 2012
Workshop 2, 5days $450 NZ - early registration price by Dec. 1, 2012
For late registration after December 1, 2012
Add $25 to the Symposium fee
Add $50 to the 3-day workshop
Add $50 to each 5-day workshop
Deposit of $130 by December 1 will hold your place for early registration. Remainder due by Januray 2, 2013. Late fees apply after that.
Register for both workshop modules and receive $50 NZ discount.
Symposium overlaps the last day of the first module and the first day of the second module. Symposium is included without extra cost in either or both 5-day workshop modules.
3 workshop days for 1/2 level of Shin Somatics Certification Credit: January 29-31, or February 3-5. This option does not include the Symposium, but a $40 discount is offered for the Symposium with this option.
Students take both modules at a reduced cost of $50 NZ and earn two levels of credit toward becoming a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist through Eastwest and ISMETA - www.ismeta.org. Students also earn two levels of credit toward RYT, Registered Yoga Teacher through YA, Yoga Alliance - yogaalliance.org.
Option to Pay through two deposits for Otago Program extends payments to January 2 and reserves your place. First deposit of $130 due by Dec. 1.
Registration and payments directly through this website.
First deposit: $130 due by Dec. 1, 2012 for early registration price.
Remainder due by January 2, 2013 for early registration price.
Payments are non-refundable, but can be applied at 2/3 value to any future workshop at Eastwest.
Pay by credit card through Pay Pal on the Registration Page, see registration button at the end of this page. There is an option to make payment in NZ dollars through Pay Pal. See drop down menu on country of credit card. New Zealand is listed. You should also see a currency selection option. If you have trouble with the payment on Pay Pal, request an invoice for the amount you are paying. Send request in an email to email@example.com, and we will send you a Pay Pal invoice in NZ dollars. You can pay directly on the internet from the invoice.
Or send a check in NZ dollars through the mail. Make check payable to Eastwest Somatics, and mail to: Eastwest Somatics, 473 S River Rd. #1-184, St. George Utah, 84790.
Mail questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
See Registration page on this website to register through Pay Pal with a credit card in NZ Dollars, or see information to mail a check in NZ Dollars, registrations.php
Receive Eastwest Somatics Network Membership for attending the conference at Otago U.
New Zealand students practice Contact Unwinding in the photographs above, hands on work with partners, emphasizing support and guidance.
Balance of the body's energy system
Land to Water Yoga
Oneness to individuation in Infant Life
Depth-Movement Dance Therapy
Shin Somatics Therapy
Flow Repatterning with groups and individuals,
Contact Unwinding in partners' bodywork
Interpersonal communication triads
Depth-Movement Dance Therapy
Excavation of body memories
Shin Somatics® Bodywork
In Shin Somatics workshops, experience the work of Sondra Fraleigh, one of the worlds leading somatic educators. EASTWEST SOMATICS is an International somatics training association. Earn levels of credit towards becoming a REGISTERED SOMATIC MOVEMENT THERAPIST through EASTWEST and ISMETA - www.ismeta.org. Seven modules (levels) required. See Certification page for full information.
BECOME CERTIFIED IN YOGA THROUGH EASTWEST AND YOGA ALLIANCE. For yoga certification requirements go to the Certification Page of this website.
Sondra Fraleigh will teach the first 5-day module at Otago University, and lead all Symposium activities. Students earn credit toward somatics certification and yoga certification in this module.
Kelly Ferris, a long-time student of Sondra Fraleigh, will teach Eastwest's unique somatic processes and integrated bodywork at Otago University in the second module. She is certified as a somatic movement educator RSME through Eastwest Somatics Institute and ISMETA. A dancer and university professor of dance with many years' experience facilitating learning and change through somatic modes, Kelly guides students in moving consciously. In her transformative classes, students open to new possibilities for creativity and joy and earn credits to become somatic movement therapists.
Kelly has also studied extensively with Bill Evans, who is a pioneer in somatic applications to dance technique and performance. Sondra Fraleigh and Bill Evans have been good friends and colleagues for over fifty years, ever since their student days at the University of Utah.
Kelly Ferris dances in the photograph above
Kelly Ferris taught in New Zealand in 2012
Karen Smith taught in New Zealand in 2010 & 2011
Sondra Fraleigh introduced Shin Somatics in New Zealand in 2009
Shin Somatics® Certification Programs Previously Taught in New Zealand
Seven Core Lessons in Somatic Kinesiology, January 20-24, 2010
Body Song: Responsive Dance and Bodywork, January 27-31, 2010
Shin Somatics Certification Workshops I & II, Jan. 19-24, Jan. 26-30, 2011
In all Eastwest Workshops
Students learn Flow Repattering based on 5 stages of human movement development, and translate patterns to hands on restorative work in partners. The workshops also feature Fraleigh's Depth-Movement Dance Therapy.
All Eastwest Workshops include Fraleigh's unique Land to Water Yoga & Chakra Unwinding. Become acquainted with the seven energy vortexes of human life and infant development in processes that have grown over a period of twenty years at Eastwest. In Eastwest workshops, Sondra Fraleigh, Karen Smith, Kelly Ferris, Catherine Schaeffer, Jeanne Schul, Kay Nelson, Angela Graff, Willa Monroe, Brooke Weatherwell and other associates teach the characteristics of the chakras through somatic processes. Learn how to open to the energetic qualities of each chakra in your own body and personal journey.
At Eastwest, we use the models of dance technique, improvisation, and choreography throughout our work. Our approach is basic, so no previous dance study is required. Everyone begins from where they are, and we learn together from there. We bring attention to what is already whole, bodymind unity, and the oneness of all life.
For more information, contact: email@example.com
SHIN SOMATICS CONTINUES ITS WORK IN NEW ZEALAND IN 2013 WITH REDUCED RATES
How to Register for Workshops:
New students send a brief, one paragraph vita and one paragraph statement of your personal goals for the program of study to firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquire about partial scholarships for those who are already full-time students in university programs or other schools.
Retreats & Home Stay priced separately
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