Basic Neurocellular Patterns intensive Days
Saturday 27 and Sunday 28th July, 2019.
4bid Gallery, Overtoom 301, 1054HW Amsterdam
The BNPs are a sequence of levels of organisation through which as humans we learn to move our bodies and our environment voluntarily.
From an undirected, uncoordinated movement, as babies we develop an ability to intentionally interact with our surroundings and move our body through space.
Each pattern supports the development of the following one, and underlies it.
When we skip stages of this process we can get fixed in compensatory patterns which prevent us from experiencing support in certain areas of our body-mind, thus limiting our range of choices.
Through experiencing the missing links, tapping into the potential of the unexpressed patters, re-discovering the developmental process can lead to finding new relationships within our bodies, with the ground and space thus broadening our possibilities for support and expanding our movement orison.
Facilitated by Irene Cena Practitioner of Body-Mind Centering®
Body-Mind Centering and BMC® are Service marks of Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, used with Permission.
The WORKSHOP is open to all who want to get closer to the body to improve their experience.
> Day 1: 11:00-16:30 (1h ca. break)
> Day 2: 11:00-16:30 (1h ca. break)
PRICE 2 days* concessions available
> early bird 100€ (by 30th June)
> full 125€ (by 20th July)
*send an email to email@example.com
You will get an answer within a couple days.
Pre vertebrate Patterns
Vibration, cellular breathing
Integration class 1 h (lab like)
Navel Radiation, Mouthing,
Yield and Push/ Reach and Pull
Basic Neurocellular Patterns
’Support precedes movement’
– Bonnie Bainbridge Choen
Every Tuesday 19-21h
You will find A3 boards, working tables, and standard white paper from A4 to A2 sizes and pencils.
You are free to bring paint or any other medium you wish to work in.
Cyanotype printmaking, linocut, drypoint, etching, monotype, bookbinding workshops
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If you would like to rent the space for a workshop and share your skill with others, send a proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org, we’re happy to hear from you and support collaborations!