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Watsu® & Liquid Flow Basic with Dariya & Daniel
March 3, 2018 - March 8, 2018
An intensive of 6 half days.
Watsu & Liquid Flow are both aquatic bodywork modalities given in a warm water pool (ideally 35°C). While Watsu is the mother of all water therapies, Liquid Flow was developed at the Quiet Healing Center, Auroville, and is inspired and based on the forms and qualities of Watsu, OBA, Healing Dance, and WaterDance.
Watsu, the part where the receiver’s face stays always on the surface, introduces the qualities and body mechanics required to work with someone in water in order to create a profound state of both physical and mental relaxation. During the Liquid Flow part the receiver is also brought under water (with nose clip), which offers a unique experience.
The flowing interaction with water, its fluid support and warm embrace, and the practitioner’s presence provide a space for the client to experience the multi-layered benefits of this powerful and softening bodywork. Watsu & Liquid Flow offer an opportunity for profound relaxation and letting go, for building trust, for being nurtured and held, for expanding inner and outer boundaries, for releasing emotions and traumas – ultimately, for freeing body and mind in a flow unique to each receiver and to each session.
In this intensive, you will practice basic techniques and qualities (grounding, presence, stillness, movement, attention) of being and moving another body in water. You will experience floating other people and being floated, on the surface and under water, thereby creating space for deep relaxation and nurturing body, mind and spirit.
Participants in this intensive often appreciate the group space, which fosters deep, meaningful and nurturing connections.
Dariya (as WABA facilitator) & Daniel
Have been sharing their passion for aquatic bodywork with groups since 2004. Besides the belief that a solid technical base provides possibilities for ease and lightness in further personal growth, their main focus is to create spaces for flow, deepening and connection.