AUTHENTIC MOVEMENT

A path to consciousness

Authentic Movement expands and deepens personal awareness and creativity in every respect: through body, psychological and spiritual receptivity, through spontaneous and "self-directed" movement

This work began in the USA in the early 1960’s by Mary Starks Whitehouse, a pioneer of dance movement therapy who had studied the principles of Jungian analytical psychology in Zurich. Initially she named it as “movement in depth”. The practice of Authentic Movement is done with eyes closed in order to listen more closely and deeply to inner impulses of movement. It is a work of great depth that can induce changes in states of consciousness. In its basic form Authentic Movement consists of a relationship between two people or two groups, who alternate in the roles of those who move, ”movers”, and those that observe, “the witness”. Seeing and being seen, sharing of direct experience through verbal and physical language, opening to new psychic spaces in the individual and in the group are part of the practice, as is becoming aware of psychological dynamics that often hinder the perception of oneself and of others.

CALENDAR

Authentic Movement

 

Continuous Practice in Rome guided by Maria Elena Garcia and in Arco (Italy) guided by  Marcia Plevin

La disciplina del movimento autentico

Testimoniare la nostra natura nella natura

Ritiro di movimento autentico per praticanti esperti

Docente Marcia Plevin

presso Kushi-ling Meditation Center ARCO (TN)

L’evoluzione della pratica di J.ADLER con i suoi studenti negli ultimi 15 anni ha visto l’emergere della DISCIPLINA DEL MOVIMENTO insieme a una forma chiamata  CERCHI DI QUATTRO (HTTPS://DISCIPLINEOFAUTHENTICMOVEMENT.COM/)

In questo ritiro si eserciterà e studierà lo spostamento dalla GROUND FORM del Movimento Autentico alla DISCIPLINA DEL MOVIMENTO AUTENTICO

Il ritiro inizierà con la cena (19:00) del 15 luglio e terminerà dopo il pranzo (14.30) del 18 luglio.

Si prega di inviare un curriculum indicando con chi e quando avete studiato Movimento Autentico.

Costo del Ritiro 320 euro

Per chi invia l’anticipo entro il 30 giugno 2021 il costo del ritiro è di 280 euro.

Per iscriversi è necessario versare all’Associazione Movimento Creativo una anticipo di 70 euro (non rimborsabile).

Un ulteriore sconto del 5% e previsto per i membri di ADTA, APID

Il termine per iscriversi al ritiro è il 1 luglio 2021

Scheda di iscrizione: https://forms.gle/PapSRrTZJMFq3x737

Per i costi di vitto e alloggio vedere: www.kushi-ling.com/en/registration/

L’Associazione di Movimento Creativo si riserva il diritto di annullare il seminario qualora non si raggiunga la quota minima di iscrizioni; in tal caso l’annullamento sarà comunicato a tutti gli iscritti e le quote versate saranno restituite.

 

The practice is suitable for people who want to continue and deepen their growth path.

Among these in particular: teachers and social work professionals, as it improves the skills of observation and empathy; psychologists and psychotherapists, as it increases attentiveness to non-verbal aspects of therapeutic communication; artists and dancers who are able to express themselves more freely and authentically in creative processes.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR AN AUTHENTIC MOVEMENT SEMINAR?

For those who have not participated in an Authentic Movement seminar with that particular teacher it is necessary to send a brief curriculum to the address indicated on the registration form (include your telephone number) You will be contacted by the teacher to set an appointment for an individual interview by telephone or Skype.

DO I HAVE TO PAY THE ANNUAL ASSOCIATION FEE OF FIVE EUROs?

Yes, it is necessary to become a member of the Association of Creative Movement method Garcia-Plevin in order to participate in the activities. The yearly cost must be paid at the first seminar that one attends and is valid until that year ends.

“When we were young, when we looked at an airplane in the sky the whole body looked up. When we bent to look at an insect, the whole body looked, bent down, then gradually, with only the eyes, with a limited movement of the neck they looked. […] Bodily excitement shattered into separate gestures. The beautiful flow of energy, the sense of connection, has disappeared “

[M.Whitehouse]