The way our bodies move is part of our living experience but it is so easy to become limited, habitual and conventional in our movement. Much sickness originates from poor posture, physical restraint and shallow or restricted breathing. Seiki is a simple way of addressing these issues and involves a number of practices that develop inner awareness, sensitivity and release.
The name comes from ‘sei’ meaning harmony and space, and ‘ki’ meaning movement and breath. No previous experience is necessary. These sessions will include: Gyoki, a simple movement meditation; Katsugan, spontaneous movement encouraging the body to express physical and mental release; and Seiki Soho, working with others through touch and observation.
NEW CLASS: Mark will be teaching a new Thursday afternoon drop-in class from 2014...
Courses and workshops can be booked online – just click the button where shown. Drop-in classes cannot be booked online – just pay at the start of the class – no pre-booking required. Concession rates (conc.) must be booked in person at the centre with proof of concession status.