Dolphin Dance Healing CourseQuiet Healing Center
Price on request
This course is an diverse aquatic bodywork modality based on the point work of Shiatsu, the kneading & friction of Swedish & Deep Tissue, the of relaxation of muscle rules of Trager, the connection with all energy of Reiki, the fragile work of Cranial Sacral, & the joint handling which is allowed by hydrodynamic actions put by the one who practices it on the receiving person over and under the water of body temperature. The spine is naturally lengthened & decompressed, though muscles & organs get massaged & are invited to release the toxins & habitual mode of holding.
Motivated by Waterdance,Watsu & Healing Dance, a Dolphin Dance Healing indvidual classes start on the surface of the water and then it goes to the receiver on request into the thrilling universe of the under water universe, as the clips of nose enable effortless breathing between air & water, creating an easy boundary between the 2 elements. The physiological dive allows longer & longer dives and a breath suspension that keeps getting longer, which becomes a method for deep-states of relaxing and immersing into a very deep healing space. The prenatal & womb awareness become accessible in the reality of the present, often creating an experience of re-birth that can be nurturing and integrative of past traumas.
This course goes ahead in order to explore non passive sorts of individual classes along with unwinding & interactivity with the clients actions, while doing this course the receiver of this course is in control of his/ her submerging & surfacing, along with substitute kinds of session like triad and couple classes. Underwater dance & contact improvement becomes part of the classes which has been designed to bring through their fear clients who are not comfortable in water.
Rewquirements for this course:
In order to enroll for this course, you are supposed to have completed minimum Watsu Fundamental or Liquid Flow Fundamental course.
This course has got its recognition by WABA (Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association) and gives 50 hours of credit.