When we look at the structure and organization of the trunk, which includes the back and the rib cage, we discover that it contains more than 50 different bones (vertebrae, ribs, sternum, clavicles, etc.) and three times as many joints! This gives us an idea of its great mobility and the potential for action that we have and the different directions in which we can orient ourselves.
Although we know that we are three-dimensional beings, we usually do not use all this capacity and we reduce our actions to a small and repetitive number. This makes us smaller than we are, this shortens us and produces feelings of tension and fatigue and a lack of vitality.
In this workshop we will explore, through different ATM lessons, how to awaken this potential and put it at the service of a greater degree of satisfaction and health. When we elevate the level of our self-organization we recover more of our genius, expressiveness and desire to live fully.
Come and try just how much better you can feel by being more aware of the dimensions of your back and chest by having a more precise self-image of yourself.
This webinar will take place live via the online conference software "Zoom". It includes lessons in Awareness through Movement (so-called "ATMs"). Please make sure that you have a mat or blanket available for the exercises when the class begins. A flat pillow (for example a towel) is also advisable, just make sure it is not too thick or too soft.
You can participate in the webinar using a computer, tablet or smartphone, your camera and microphone do not need to be turned on to participate.
Please register for the webinar by clicking the "REGISTER NOW" button.
Once you have paid the registration fee, you will receive a confirmation email with your personal link for attending the webinar. Please save this link and do not share it with others.
If you are using Zoom for the first time, you will be asked to install the Zoom software or app. This is advisable for a smooth running of the session. Please allow 10 to 15 minutes for the installation of the Zoom software/ app.
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