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Exploring the nature of Wholeness & Health

Exploring the nature of wholeness and health

Body of Wonder provides personal sessions in Flow Awareness and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy as well practitioner training programs, classes, workshops, and retreats for living as full-bodied expressions of wholeness and wellbeing.

Body of Wonder explores how we can deeply embrace ourselves as a dynamic emerging process. How can we live as an open experience and infinitely creative continuum? Can we find ways to acknowledge and be with challenging situations by embodying the everyday sublime of our existence? 

We are not separate from nature, we are nature itself. We can live as full expressions of the interdependence and wholeness of Nature. Body of Wonder explores our intrinsic bio-intelligence, which can be seen as the orchestration and flow of life.

This flow is the very movements that emerged to conceive us, to conduct our embryological organization and development, and continues to create and sustain us into the beings we are in this very moment.

These movements of Nature are universal motifs, creative potency, swirling to form galaxies and planets, oceans and mountains, birds and flowers – and us. Body of Wonder explores bringing greater awareness to the natural creative genius that is orchestrating within our biology, embodying the flow of nature as a unique expression of health and life. A wonder that is sacred.

When we are living as flowing expressions of our Essential Nature, our Unity we feel nourished to embrace the vicissitudes and experiences of life ~ as we are the Embrace.

Flowing in the Wonder of Water

The unfolding of life is the flow of the sacred, expressed in our biology. We are an infinite process, in a continually dancing relationship of interdependence and wholeness within ourselves and the larger creation surrounding us.

Conditioning in the many forms it takes – physical, emotional, psychological, social and spiritual can seem to disrupt our sense of being, our wholeness, and health, interrupting our flow as waves and rhythms of Creations Ocean. Body of Wonder offerings can be supportive of growing a sense of well-being and health.

Prue Jeffries spent 20 years as a Professional Surfer,  she is also a Registered Craniosacral Therapist (RCST®), a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist (BCST), an Approved Teacher of Craniosacral Biodynamics, a Certified Massage Therapist, a Continuum Teacher & Movement Educator. She blends together her life long affinity with water and love of wellness, with rich and varied life experiences for a deep understanding of the body as being.

Awe of Underwater Flow and Health

A complete 2 year, 700-hour practitioner training program in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy starts in 2021. The program consists of 10 X 5-day seminars, in conjunction with a blend of well-rounded, and diverse approaches to study, that supports becoming finely tuned, trained and grounded Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapists.

Personal Sessions consist of an integrated blend – a refinement of life experience and study into a spacious and gentle approach. Sessions are available in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and Flow Awareness in person or via distance.

Body of Wonder retreats facilitate awareness of the infinite expressing as our biology through embodiment practices and wellness activities that can bring about a sense of deepening connection with oneself and life. 

Flow Awareness

Flow Awareness is a gentle meditative way of exploring ourselves through the understanding that we are an emergent and dynamic process. By using gentle touch we connect internally to a deep-felt sense experience of our watery origins and the flow of life itself that expresses in waves and spirals. In Flow Awareness Movement we connect with our watery origins by using breath, sound and movement as inspired by the practice of Continuum.

The Biodynamics of Craniosacral Therapy

BCST Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a healing art that works with the energies that create and maintain health in the human system. While not a manipulative therapy, it has its roots in osteopathy and has evolved to include influences from human development, pre and perinatal psychology, trauma resolution, and recent advances in neuroscience to name a few.

The Artistry of Water

In the first Watermark Arts JournalPrue Jeffries and Elaine Colandrea share a dialogue about Craniosacral Therapy, Continuum, and Creativity. Elaine Colandreas’ wisdom and deep experience with Continuum and the body spans across multiple decades.

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