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Coming Back to Our Senses

A session with Richard Lowe.

Saturday Online Class, January 27, 2024

We suggest that you participate in this online session, rather than just watching it. There is not that much to see – but a lot to experience, if you give yourself the time to follow Richard’s suggestions.


Sascha Rimasch / Leader in the Spotlight

Sensory Awareness Made My Life Become a Real Life

Sascha Rimasch in a conversation with Courtney Fontone.

“Sensory Awareness shows reality, and that’s the most valuable thing in my life.”

Please excuse the choppy image of Courtney and listen to the whole interview. It was recorded during a snow storm in New Hampshire. Sascha’s video, calling in from Flörsheim near Frankfurt in Germany, is just fine, and so is all of the audio.


Shelley Hainer / Leader in the Spotlight

Sensory Awareness Leader Sascha Rimasch in a conversation with Courtney Fontone. “Sensory Awareness shows reality, and that’s the most valuable thing in my life.” Sascha Rimasch I hope you’ll excuse the choppy image of Courtney and listen to the whole interview. It was recorded during a snow storm in New Hampshire. Sascha’s video, calling in from Flörsheim near Frankfurt in Germany, is just fine, and so is all of the audio.

Slowing Down is a Good Way to Start

Sensory Awareness Leader in the Spotlight Shelley Hainer in a conversation with Courtney Fontone about the value of slowing down and much more.

“The way I feel about this practice is that it is an art and it is a science – a way of being.”


Judyth Weaver / Leader in the Spotlight

Why Sensory Awareness?

In this vivid conversation with Courtney Fontone, Judyth Weaver talks about Sensory Awareness as a practice, as a way of living, how she approaches leading classes, and much more.

“Sensory Awareness is a chance to come back to ones own self, to movement, to stillness – and that’s not so easy in this world …. It’s all there but we have learned to ignore – and that’s a great insult to our humanity … We need Sensory Awareness – that kind of work/play, sensing, consciousness – more than ever.”


Memories of Carol Buck

Carol plays her cello and talks about letting the sound vibrate through the whole person, player or listener. Filmed by Vanessa Meade at the 2015 Sensory Awareness Retreat at the Garrison Institute, Garrison NY.


Ten Moments with Charlotte Selver

A film by Eduardo Maldonado

Charlotte Selver in a workshop in Barra de Navidad, Mexico, 1992.

Saturday Online Sessions

A selection of recordings from our weekly series of free Sensory Awareness classes in response to the Covid 19 pandemic.


Sensory Awareness and Mindfulness

This video contrasts Sensory Awareness with other Mindfulness approaches.
Video by Michael Atkinson and Stefan Laeng Gilliatt


Spontaneous Mindfulness: The Practice of Sensory Awareness

Sensory Awareness is very accessible–after all, we are ‘sensing’ all of the time, we only have to pay attention. In a workshop, the leader guides us to explore our sensory experience with questions. As we connect more deeply to our own experience, we naturally feel a greater sense of connection to the world around us. Gradually, we find that we are more aware in our daily lives. This very experiential work can’t really be understood without experiencing it.

Video by Michael Atkinson and Stefan Laeng Gilliat


Charlotte Selver: Every Moment is a Moment of Learning

Charlotte Selver, pioneer of Sensory Awareness, talks about the potential for renewal that comes from being present for the newness of every moment. At the time this workshop took place at La Casa de Maria in Santa Barbara, California, Charlotte Selver was 101 years of age.

Video by Sascha Rimasch


Spontaneous Reactivity

Video by Sascha Rimasch


Stools and Sitting

Video by Sascha Rimasch


Standing and Poles

Video by Sascha Rimasch


Sitting and Crawling

Video by Sascha Rimasch


Sensory Awareness on Cortes Island

Sensory Awareness on Cortes Island with Judyth Weaver, PhD: Each summer Judyth offers a two-week workshop on Cortes Island, B.C., Canada. Judyth teaches Sensory Awareness in Japan. You will find beautiful photos and essays on her website: http://judythweaver.com/
http://judythweaver.com/photos-of-cortes-island/