"Breema: Interoceptive Movement for Self Care & Transformation in the Therapeutic Relationship"

Expressive Therapies Summit

Thursday, October 12, 2017, 7-9pm• $39 • New York, NY  

Angela Porter, MA, LMFT, CATC, CMT
Carrie Gray, LMFT, MA
Matthew Tousignant, MA

Breema, a dynamic and playful interoceptive movement practice will be used to potentiate body-mind connection as a catalyst for self-care and transformation in the therapeutic relationship. Its commonsense wisdom guides the practitioner to support the body’s instinctive healing energy, nurturing vitality instead of focusing on symptoms of illness or imbalance.

Breema's exercises use nurturing touch, tension-relieving stretches, and rhythmic movements to foster physical, mental, and emotional balance. Issues including compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, stress, and burnout are mitigated, while empathy, acceptance, non-judgment, and an atmosphere of aliveness are nurtured.

In this 2-hour evening workshop, emphasis will be placed on the experience of the practitioner by focusing on individual and partner movements as well as self-care exercises. We will explore the principles underlying this practice: No Judgment, Body Comfortable, Mutual Support, and No Force, to discover how they can foster a relaxed and openhearted relationship with life. No prior experience necessary. Come prepared to relax and enjoy!

PLEASE NOTE: Continuing education credit approval for programs in which the subject matter features yoga and/or meditation varies per state. Please verify with your professional licensing board that your state will accept credits for programs such as this.

Note: This workshop is separately ticketed from the Summit
and is not included in the Summit fees.
You may register just for this workshop whether or not you attend the Summit. 

Register here: 

Expressive Arts Summit: Click on
"Evening Event Tickets Only" to select the Breema workshop.  

Thursday, October 12 • 7-9pm
Pratt Institute
200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn

Graduate Department of Creative Arts Therapy, Co-Host
 

Problems registering? Contact Summit organizers directly or write to us at walkingthetalk.selfcare@gmail.com.