Embodied Flow is a continuum of movement and expression drawing from the discoveries of hatha, tantric and somatic movement systems to experience yoga as a living art form. Both philosophy and method, Embodied Flow training and practice
provide the technology and pathways to a deep sense of ease, strength, and connectivity in the human form, empowering practitioners to be their own greatest teacher. Our aim is to allow for greater agency, flexibility resilience and flow as facilitating
awareness in their entire body-mind, to experience and remain connected to the unified field.
The immersion is a five day comprehensive submersion into the world of Embodied FlowTM, designed for those who want to segue from other systems of yoga into advanced training, for those practitioners and teachers that which to enhance their knowledge and practice in the integration of mind-body-spirit, and those Embodied Flow practitioners that want to revisit the material in order to deepen their comprehension and refinement of the material.
While immersions are considered an introduction, they also encapsulate an entire body of material in a five day period to serve as a retreat, review or refresh into the world of sensing, feeling, and action. The understanding and practice of the immersion
experience continuously unfolds. The hope with immersion is to serve as a touchstone for practitioners to meet the material again and again and to expand the conversation with new and ever-expanding group minds.
Our immersions draw on meditation, contemplation, free movement, asana, partner work, experiential anatomy (initiating asana flows from different body systems: skeletal, organ, endocrine, muscular, developmental, nervous system), tantric philosophy,
somatic psychology, and pranayama. The schedule presented is a general template and may change according to the intuition and instinct of the facilitator as well as the needs of the particular group.
DAY ONE: The Body is a Vehicle for Awakening
9am – 12pm Asana Practice – Gravity and Space
2pm – 5pm Afternoon Lab – Yielding, Cellular Breathing, and Skin