Three Two Hour Classes – 6CEs
August 8th, 10th, 12th Time
NCBTMB Approval in Process
Passing on that lightness of being by doing less.
Resistance comes in many forms. Disociation is one form and it can occur in the minds of client and practitioner. Both minds can remain absorbed in the fixing the client’s story, rather than a shared experience of listening to the body. The power of doing less involves meeting one another in different parts of the body.
“Meet my hands right here where you are feeling pain.
Breathe into my hands, touch my hands from inside this part of your body.
I’m lightly tapping this ligament. Now touch my fingertips as lightly as possible.
As I withdraw my hands, fill them out with your inbreath.
As you exhale I will gently compress, helping you lengthen your exhale.
See if you have some words to describe what you are feeling right here inside this part of your body.”
There are a many ways to create a two-way presencing interaction.
Try this webinar to learn the benefits of session teamwork, and the new role of client authorship.