We listen to the silences within; and trust as gravity repeadedly tells us ‘I have a place for you: it is called here.’ Perceptual explorations help us to refine the compass of our genuine longing, and fundamental belonging.
A 5 day retreat with Michael Molin-Skelton & Susan Harper.
In this 5-day retreat, we explore the relational capacity of the heart. We engage a multi-faceted movement range, deepen in ritual and dare to love, weep, laugh, and meet the splendor and 'terrible beauty' experiences that come with the river of life.
Moving through the portals of Soul Motion®, we will dance with the grace of our belonging and the struggles of our exclusion.
Through organismic movements and primordial sounding, in the inquiry style of Continuum, we will explore the intelligent dynamics of the elements in our bodies; deepening our inherent connection to our wild breathing planetary body.
Tuition $550. Early registration $500 if paid by October 15th.
Housing Options available:
- Private Room with Queen bed in a shared house $86/night + taxes.
- Sleeping bag (bring your own bedding...shower in campground) $20/night
Meals: Starting with dinner on first night and ending with lunch on last day.
First session begins at 7:00 p.m. November 30. Check-in begins at 4:00pm if you are residential or 6:30 if you are not residential.
Last session ends at 4:00 pm on December 4.
SUSAN HARPER is a heart-soul-counselor, creative instigator, and inspired teacher of perceptual and movement inquiry. Opening co-creative contexts for embodied transformative discoveries is what she loves. She has been teaching Continuum since 1975, and is the developer of Body of Relating, Living Dreams and Body of Perception Trainings. CONTINUUMMONTAGE.COM
MICHAEL MOLIN-SKELTON holds a few things sacred: "The love of my life Anneli, the miracle we named Jaylan, friends that cherish and challenge me, dancing alone, dancing with you, love." Michael is a senior faculty member of the Soul Motion™ school and resides in Port Townsend, Washington. “Dance is not something I do, it’s simply who I am.” SINECERAMOVEMENT.COM