bodywork 2

 

In year two of NIASZIIHbodywork we explore intention & communication through the intermediary, or keeper, within ourselves and between us and the client. We begin by working internally and moving toward the external. This movement deepens our work as we discover how to use our physical bodies as a doorway to all the worlds of man. 

 

Class 1

As we begin to explore intention, we activate our imaginations and start to visualize our movement. This imagined movement helps us create internal balance in our bodies. 

Can you manifest spirit through your body? 

Ready to find out …?

Class 2

We begin using the identity and intention of each intermediary, or keeper, to inform our practice. Examining each exercise, we see how its identity and intent inform our internal space. We also see how communication begins to flow from this space, through the intermediary. This gives us a deeper understanding of the relationships between the internal and external.

Class 3

We continue with the elements we created in class 2. Working with the identity (what) and the intent (why) of each intermediary, we continue to deepen our understanding of the tools needed to become a NIASZIIHbodyworker. 

Class 4

During this class we see how each part of the work is meant to be transcended as we move toward the external. We ask, "What is the best way to work with each client? What are we listening for? How does the client's psychology dictate how we will communicate with them? How do we hold intention in order to offer our clients the possibility of feeling a different perspective within their physical bodies?"

bodywork 3

 

In this third year of NIASZIIH Bodywork our focus is Place. What are the elements of Place? How can we create Place? By using our intention, understanding communication, and having a real feel for how our bodies work, Place starts to take form. This is a key element in creating our own balanced internal as well as helping others create theirs.

 

Class 1

In this class we establish Place. Moving from the identity (what) and intent (why) of each exercise, toward Place, repetition and contradiction are key elements. By doing the exercises over and over again they become hardwired into our subconscious/primal. Can we operate internally from Place?

Class 2

Shifting to the external, how can we create Place as an externalized internal? Knowing that Place exists inside of ourselves, we can create Place outside of ourselves and invite our clients to explore that Place within themselves. Choice is the doorway. We create the landscape to have them see themselves in a way they have not before.

Class 3

Introducing ‘How’ into the equation allows us to move from one perspective to many perspectives. Knowing that place is contextual, we explore some of the many contexts in which Place can be realized. We focus primarily on the spheres of the physical, primal, and void.


Class 4

This  class is the culmination of all three years of the bodywork program. Our review includes exploring the material and how it pertains to our work as healers. Our physical bodies are not only a source of information, a vehicle to transcend, but also a celebration of life.