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Sensory Awareness with Richard Lowe at Fort Mason

July 19, 2015 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm MST

$35 – $185

Richard LoweOn going classes in Sensory Awareness

July 5 & 19; August 2, 9, 16, 23, & 30, 2015
Sundays: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Some sessions to be co-led by Len Shemin*.

$35 per class, $185 for series.

First class free for first timers.  Drop-ins okay.

To register or if you have questions contact:
Richard at 415-485-5457
or Sara Gordon at 415-507-0996


Sensory Awareness is a valuable and enlivening practice of body/mind re-education which helps us wake up and become more mindfully embodied in the present.

In these classes students are gently led in exploring simple basic sensory and movement experiments focused on helping the mind to settle, sensations become clearer, tensions relax and one’s truer, down-to- earth self to more fully awaken and emerge.

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.

This non-dogmatic, self-empowering study will help nurture and support your deeper potentials and authenticity. Many students find it builds skills that enhance meditation, psychotherapy, creative expression and much, much more.
Fort Mason Farmers’ Market
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.

Richard Lowe, MA, 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

He is co-editor of Reclaiming Vitality and Presence: Sensory Awareness as a Practice for Life, and served as the first president of the Sensory Awareness Leaders’ Guild. Additional related studies include Breath Awareness Therapy, graduate training in Dance/Movement Therapy and study in the Intensive Journal Process.

*Len Shemin comes to Sensory Awareness from a long history of exploring the nature of consciousness, including Tai Chi and Vipassana meditation. His connection with Sensory Awareness began in 1978 with Charlotte Selver and Charles Brooks and continued over the years, with frequent participation in many of their workshops while each was still alive.

To register or if you have questions contact:
Richard at 415-485-5457
or Sara Gordon at 415-507-0996


July 19, 2015
9:30 am - 12:30 pm MST
$35 – $185


Richard Lowe
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Fort Mason Center, Bldg. C, Rm. 205
2 Marina Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94123 United States
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