Roots & Wings
6.-8. April 2018 Fr. 19-21 h, Sa. 11-17 h, So. 10-16 h
HWS (Huber Wiedemann Schule AG), Eulerstrasse 55, 4051 Basel, Schweiz
Soul Motion Workshop with Edgar Spieker
To feel free, to live an autonomous and happy life is probably one of the deepest desires that many people share. The environment we live in plays an important role here. However, the subjective feeling of freedom seems to be even more dependent on inner, physical, and psychological factors.
There is an important counterpart to freedom that is essential for real liberation: we also need a sense of stability and safety. We need roots that we can let grow in our own time, which nourish us and give us support.
Both poles, freedom and stability, show up in our body. If we let something go, our body will also feel relieved. If we are wobbly on our feet, we rarely have the strength to jump into the fullness of life. In Soul Motion we use this body knowledge to find safety in the here & now and to free ourselves through the dance.
This is exactly what this weekend is about. Through the dance, sometimes gently and profoundly, sometimes powerful and bold, we explore our ability to grow roots. We follow our intuition, spread out our wings and soar up into the skies of our longings.
Fee: 340 SFR. Cost for the whole weekend: 340 SFR, Friday only: 50 SFR
In order to register for this workshop please contact:
Cécile Hausammann Huesler
Email: email@example.com oder: Tel. +41 78 709 93 98
Terms & Conditions:
Since space in the workshop is limited, all registrations are binding. Cancellation is only possible until 7 days before the workshop starts. Later than that you can only cancel your registration if you present somebody who takes your space. In case of illness or accident of the workshop leader he has the right to cancel the workshop and contract. In that case any workshop fees already paid will be reimbursed to the participant. Any additional costs of the participant, like travel or accommodation costs, will not be reimbursed by the leader or organizer. As a basic principle all participants take part at this workshop at their own risk.