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A Day of Sensory Awareness in NYC

January 9, 2016 @ 10:15 am - 3:45 pm MST

Now….Now….Now with Louise Boedeker

When:  Saturday, January 9, 2016
10:15 AM to 12:15 PM
1:45 PM to 3:45 PM

Emily Dickinson said, “To live is so startling you rarely have time for anything else”. Her words sing NOW…NOW to me. Neither clinging to nor diminishing the past, nor benumbing myself with preoccupations with possible future events, I am simply present.

I allow my eyes to close and come with an open hand to embrace my forehead. What in me is reached by this contact? Is my breath influenced? Does there seem to be “living room” beneath my hands? And when I go away with my hand how is it now?

Such quiet experimentation is part of the practice of Sensory Awareness. No “expert” demonstrates the “best way”. We explore together to find our own truth. Habits from a lifetime of conditioning and emotions long held in the tissues may be released, freeing us to be more awake to experience ourselves and each other in the moment.

I welcome the opportunity to work with you.

Louise has a PhD in Education and Anthropology. She was so profoundly influenced by the practice of Sensory Awareness as expressed by Charlotte Selver that she gave up her tenured teaching position to devote herself to the work.

Where: Nola Studios
244 West 54th St.
New York City, NY 10019

Go to the 11th floor and follow the signs. Please note that the studio has a bare floor and no mats. You may want to bring a towel or mat to lie on.

Fee: $90 — Partial Scholarships, if needed, are possible.

Please send a check made out to:
Louise Boedeker
P.O. Box 1518
Mendocino, CA  95460 – 1518

Registration by Jan 1 will assure you of a place.   No further acknowledgement will be sent.

Please call Louise at (707) 937-3448 with questions or email before Jan. 1 to:


January 9, 2016
10:15 am - 3:45 pm MST


Louise Boedeker


Nola Sound Studios
244 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019 United States
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