12 week series in collaboration with PRAXIS Oslo

Embryology Fundamentals April 14-May 19

Embryology Ongoing studies May 26- June 30

Wednesdays at: 10-12 CEST/ 8-10pm NZST/ 6-8pm AEST/ 4-6am EST / 5-7am CDT

Our embodied embryology class series will explore the developmental adventure we all undertook to become who we are. The first 8 weeks after our conception is when our body forms its basic structure. In this period we form from an egg and sperm, transforming into a cluster of cells and a series of fluid spaces and become a highly differentiated human being. These fluid spaces and processes underlie our current structure and inform our current state of being. 

This class is for movers, dancers, performers, yoga practitioners, bodyworkers, occupational and physical therapists, somatic psychotherapists, infant/child educators, and those from other body-mind disciplines interested in unraveling the mystery of embryological development as it relates to cellular consciousness, movement, and mindfulness.

Olive Bieringa is a dance, performance and visual artist working at the intersection of social and creative practice, pedagogy, and healing. She is a teacher, and practitioner of Body-Mind Centering and a program director of Somatic Education Australasia. She collaborates with Otto Ramstad as the BodyCartography Project whose mission is to engage with the vital materiality of our bodies and minds to create live performance that facilitates a re-enchantment of embodiment, relationship, and presence.

Class will be taught in English.
Recordings available for everyone registered.
6 class series: 600-1200 Norwegian Krone/ 60 -120 euros/ NZ$100-200 sliding scale
12 class series: 1200-2400 Norwegian Krone/ 120-240 euros/ NZ$200-400 sliding scale

If finances are an issue for you at this time but you would like to participate please email us with details and we can figure out a way to make it happen.

To register email olive@bodycartography.org


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