There’s a way of bringing the practice of Sensory Awareness into your own home, into your daily life, into the streets.
It may puzzle you to see an image from a Black Lives Matter rally on an announcement for a Sensory Awareness class. We chose it because Sensory Awareness is about how we engage with whatever life presents. Sometimes it is simply about coming from sitting to standing. How does it unfold in connection with ground, gravity, and breath? And sometimes it is about how we respond to the cries of the world. Are we there for that? Sensory Awareness can prepare us for such moments.
Whether you live in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, or Australia.
New series begins July 26.
Here’s a taste of Sensing Sundays.
Participate in a 5-minute excerpt of a recent class with Stefan Laeng: Seeing Things in Their Own Right.
It’s so easy to lose ourselves in business.
Easy to forget that the capacity to be fully alive and engaged is, quite literally,
at our fingertips. On the soles of our feet.
Sensing Sundays offers ways to remember,
each session is an invitation to return to this moment of living.
Through a series of six Sensory Awareness classes by phone, you’ll have the chance to anchor your presence and enrich your life.
Location: Your home, your phone.
Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm US Eastern Daylight Time (There are local numbers for most international callers.)
Summer 2020 Schedule
The dates and leaders for the series are:
July 26: Ray Fowler
Aug. 9: Pamela Blunt
Aug. 23: Sara Bragin
Sept. 6: Enric Bruguera
Sep. 20: Stefan Laeng
Oct. 4: Francesca Khanna
Cost for the entire series:
SAF Members: $85
To join the SAF and save. Membership entitles you to discounts on our national workshops and Sensing Sundays.
Register online below or call us at: (415) 634-5595