Welcome to four virtual Sundays together
with the amazing Myra Avedon!
Meditation helps us quiet and center ourselves, it takes us out of our daily habitual routines, and mindfully encourages us to feel our state of being rather than doing. This calm state of being can enhance our sense of balance and ease, and this can ripple back into our daily lives.
Moving experiences can inspire us into expanded states of awareness, touching into deeper states of conscious connection while strengthening our physical embodiment.
Myra looks forward to gathering as a group and enhancing our individual growth and personal practices through our shared moving experiences.
The classes will include:
1. Guided meditations, embodiment explorations and somatic movement practices
2. Relaxation of tension especially related to:
𓆃 Breathing and the various body diaphragms
𓆃 The heart and other organs
𓆃 The brain and nerves
3. Explorations of how our embodied physicality can offer
underlying support for psycho-spiritual states of being
What to wear and bring to the class:
Please wear comfortable clothes for meditation,
movement, and (self touch) hands on work.
Bring journaling and/or drawing materials.
It can also be nice to have a yoga mat, meditation pillow
and possibly a blanket or gymnastic ball.
4 Sundays starting September 27th at 17:00-19:00 CET
A recording of each session will be available
for 24 hours to everyone signed up for the course.
Course fee is non-refundable but your spot
can be transferred to someone else.
Spots are very limited for this unique
and intimate virtual experience!
Myra Avedon has been researching, developing and teaching somatic and transpersonal therapies that enhance human potential for over 35 years. She works with presence and relational principles in supporting greater ease and cultivating openness to new possibilities.
Myra has a Masters Degree in Psychology, with an emphasis in Humanistic and Somatic Therapy; her Bachelor Degree is in Visual Arts. She is Certified in CranioSacral, Visceral and Parietal/Manual Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Somatic Movement Therapy, and as a teacher and practitioner of Body-Mind Centering®. She has additional specialized training and experience in somatic therapies working with acute and chronic emotional and physical conditions including: stress reduction, trauma work, neuromuscular rehabilitation, postural re-education, deep tissue and structural balancing.
She helped co-found and co-lead the Embodied Flow Somatic Movement Therapy Program with Dr. Scott Lyons, and led the School for Body-Mind Centering® (SBMC/BMC) for 10 years, first in her position as the program’s director, and later as co-educational director with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen (founder of BMC). She was the Administrative Dean, and on Faculty at the University for Humanistic Studies, and served on faculty at Body Mind College, the Stillpoint School of Massage, the School for Integrative Accupressure, and the Institute for Psycho-Stuctural Balancing.
She is an American, originally from California, and is now based in Prien am Chiemsee, Germany. She can be contacted through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information please go to her web site at MyraAvedon.com.
Myra offers individual online sessions. Her individual sessions are unique with each person, because it is not based on a single technique or one specific model. She looks for supporting ease and flow and pulls from a wide range of experience and training to best meet each presenting situation. Thus each session is a co-creative process developed with the person in the moment to best meet the need of the moment. Sessions include self help tools that people can take with them and feel supported by in their daily life.
Myra’s sessions will be offered to participants in the workshop for 100€ per hour, for people outside the workshop it will be a cost of 125€ per hour for sessions.
Pranama & Myra