MoT Workshop Series Launch: More information coming soon
Sunday 3rd June, 11am – 4pm (one-hour lunch break at 1pm)
More information coming soon.
MoT Workshop 2: Eyesight/Insight w/ Béatrice Pauly-Laubry
Sunday 1st July 2018, 11am – 4pm (one-hour lunch break at 1pm)
After practicing Chinese internal exercises for a long time and then ten years of Taichi, Béatrice discovered Eye Yoga in 2012 at Tapovan, a center of Ayurveda in Paris.
Passionate about this activity that brings body and mind together, she was trained in the Bates method at the College of Vision Education (CVE) in London,where I graduated in May 2017. This allows her to develop an activity of Eye Yoga according to the Bates method in collective and individual courses.
In addition, Teacher and Psychologist , she carries out these two activities part-time.
Thus, the practice of the Bates method is a Synthesis between her experience of Pedagogy (since the Bates method is learned), Psychology, and Body Knowledge through the gentle methods of Chinese internal exercises, Taïchi, and Eye Yoga.
She especially believes that working on our Eyesight strengthens our Insight.
Béatrice had the chance to complete her training in New Zealand in January 2017 with a one-week Peter Grunwald retreat in an idyllic place: Mana center. Peter has a very personal approach that he has forged over time, based on the Bates method, and on exciting connections between the eyes and the rest of the body, which he calls EYEBODY.
She has also attended traineeship and individual courses with three of the main French teachers members of ‘l’art de voir’ ( the art of seeing) : Sonia Djaoui, Nina Hutchings, and Eva Lothar. Thanks to them for their transmissions.
She is a member of the Bates Association for Vision Education (Bave), the International Association of Teachers of the Bates Method, and L’Art de Voir, the French Association of Teachers of the Bates Method.
MoT Workshop 3: Energy Healing w/ Danira Caleta (The Hale Clinic)
Sunday 5th August 2018, 11am – 4pm (one-hour lunch break at 1pm)
Danira has always been fascinated by indigenous cultures and she credits her childhood in Australia with her natural affinity for aboriginal peoples and their customs. This passion for anthropology took her on a remarkable two-year journey of discovery and opened the door to the world of natural energy healing.
Danira spent time living with Tuareg nomads in the Sahara, the Inuit in the Arctic Circle and Tibetan monks in Dharamsala where she learned their indigenous healing techniques. Danira’s quest to expand her knowledge of healing has also taken her to Brazil to see the world famous healer John of God and to Lourdes to work with the Nuns at the healing baths. With 18 years of practice experience, Danira offers her clients an intuitive healing experience that encompasses deep-listening, spiritual and energy healing, chakra balancing, Reiki, guided meditation and visualisation.
Danira works as a facilitator of health on a cellular level, providing the opportunity for her client’s self-healing mechanisms to engage by releasing emotions and, thus, clearing the body of blockages. She has worked extensively with cancer patients, supporting them emotionally and energetically through their process, and she is available to see patients for hospital visits. She is quoted in The New York Times best-seller “Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds” by Dr. Kelly Turner, PhD and has contributed a worksheet on intuition to Dr. Turner’s ecourse: http://www.radicalremissioncourse.com/?ref=7
Danira has also attained good results working with trauma release, people suffering from ME/Chronic fatigue and relaxation techniques for women suffering stress-related infertility. Her work featured in the Medicine chapter of ‘In Praise of Slow’ by Carl Honore, published in 30 languages. She has also been featured in national publications include: The Observer, The Daily Mail, Time Out Magazine, Soul and Spirit Magazine.
MoT Workshop 4: ‘What is Osteopathy?’ w/ Eleonora Sansoni
Sunday 2nd September 2018, 11am – 4pm (one-hour lunch break at 1pm)
Osteopathy is a type of manual therapy that diagnoses and treats a wide range of conditions. It emphasises the restoration of the body’s natural structure and function by encouraging its innate ability to heal itself. The osteopath uses various techniques on muscles, joints and viscera to help relieve tensions, improve mobility, enhance blood circulation and promote health.
An osteopath seeks to identify the cause of the presenting problem in order to alleviate symptoms. S/he highly believes in the importance of re-establishing balance within the whole body to maintain homeostasis.
Some of the conditions an osteopath can help you with:
- Back pain
- Arthritic pain
- Sports injuries
- Postural problems
- Muscle tension
- Digestive problems
- Inability to relax