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Embodying Mindful Presence at Fort Mason
April 3, 2016 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm MST
Leader Richard Lowe continues to offer Sensory Awareness at Fort Mason on a regular basis.
Come experience a practice to help you slow down, unplug, de-stress, and become more mindfully present.
Sensory Awareness with Richard Lowe
Fort Mason Center, San Francisco (Room C205
Sundays 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
April 3, 17, 24, and May 8.
$40 per class, $145 for series. C.E.s available
The first session is free for first timers.
For more information and to register:
Richard Lowe: 415-485-5457
Sara Gordon: 415-507-0996
Sensory Awareness is a long respected form of somatic re-education, which reconnects us with our truer embodied nature and helps us rediscover a more balanced, grounded and authentic life.
In these experiential classes, you’ll be guided in simple basic sensory and movement explorations, which will enable your mind to settle and sensations deepen. As we work in this way, gradually restricting tensions, attitudes and habits will begin to lessen as our truer, natural self becomes more fully engaged in what is happening in the now.
This non-dogmatic mind/body practice can do much to help enhance your overall potential, and sense of self. Many students find it a valuable self-empowering enrichment to meditation, psychotherapy, creative expression, as well as to life itself.
Past participants have described these classes as being calming and grounding yet enlivening… and surprisingly fun.
Please join us in this new series as we explore, in practical ways, how the gift of our own senses can help enrich and inform our daily life.
Ft. Mason with its beautiful and invigorating location on the Bay, its farmers’ market and other attractions, provides an ideal environment in which to experience this work.
All sessions will be appropriate for both new and experienced students. Some use of journal writing may be used to help with the deepening of awareness.
Richard Lowe, LMFT was authorized by Charlotte Selver to offer this study over 30 years ago. Formerly the Executive Director of the Sensory Awareness Foundation, he maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Marin County.
A co-editor of Reclaiming Vitality and Presence: Sensory Awareness as a Practice for Life, Richard served as the first president of the Sensory Awareness Leaders’ Guild. Additional related studies have included Breath Awareness Therapy with Magda Proskauer and graduate training in Dance/Movement Therapy.