WaterDance 1 with Shanti & Helen
March 5 - March 10
A 6-day course, mainly under water.
WaterDance (also known as WATA or WasserTanzen) is a dynamic, mind- and playful movement therapy. It was developed by Peter Schröter and Arjana C. Brunschwiler in the late 80s.
This course teaches the WaterDance Short Form, a simple but effective sequence, which gives you all the basic skills to take someone under water with a nose clip.
You will learn to establish – with full presence and awareness – an appropriate rhythm in alignment with your client’s individual breathing needs.
Mastering the art of breath-connection will enable you to establish a deep bond with your client in a session that inspires trust, kindles confidence, and offers presence and attentiveness which is essential when bringing someone gently under water.
Prerequisite: Watsu & Liquid Flow Basic or Watsu & OBA Basic.
Credits: WaterDance 1 is recognized by WABA (Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association) and gives 50 hours of credit for registration with WABA and Watsu India.
Shanti & Helen
Shanti & Helen are trained in prenatal shock therapy, shamanic family constellation and other nature connected modalities, as well as highly experienced long time Watsu and WaterDance instructors.