Judyth Weaver Leading. Laurie Latner on left. Outside with Judyth Weaver.
The giant fungi we all thought was a plaster sculpture.
And the collaborative sculpture we made from
that giant fungi and other natural beings.
Lee Klinger Lesser
Sticks and Stones.
Balance. Weight. Gravity. Support. Connection.
How much do we want to do it ‘right’? Is it okay when the stone falls?
A small stone, this floor, this air, this stick. What is it to really experience the world within and around us?
How is it that even the weight of a small stone can offer us something?
How is it that the discovery of balance with a crooked stick offers some wisdom to our bones?
Of resting, of being embodied, of contact, of soothing….and on and on.
With our eyes closed, can we sense the other person as we lift and carry something together. Can we find a way to work together? Give and receive?
Clair Howard and Nancy Wickens
Lilith Pincus & Vanessa Meade
Tom Roepke and Betsy Reid
Just being there.
Eating with the Senses Wide Open
Feeling the weight and texture
of the berries.
Sara Bragin leading.
Tasting with the sense of smell.
Giving and receiving.
“I am enjoying tasting much more….and eating less.”
One week after the workshop
Inside and Outside
Foreground from left: Eugene Tashima & Laurie Latner
Background from left: Karine Bacynzski & Lilith Pincus
Lee Klinger Lesser leading (with bowl on right).
Thanks to all of the participants. Thanks to all of the Leaders.
Members of the Sensory Awareness Leaders’ Guild who were in attendance.