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Continuum practices increase awareness and physical capacity for conductivity and receptivity. With a longer workshop we can change the habitual sense of pacing that is part of our social world. The discrimination and experimentation with vicissitudes of new movement possibilities open us to an ability to reset our nervous system and restore our resources for aliveness and presence.


“The antidote to trauma is to create new experiences in the body that contradict those of helplessness and collapse.” – Peter Levine

As we engage with the various breathing, sounding, and movement practices of Continuum we find our unique creativity emerging, leading us into innovative ways of tending our own needs. Continuum’s practical applications give one the ability to shift internal states quickly: from distraction to presence, from anxiety to curiosity and from an identification with a pain body to a pleasure body. The intentional use of will coupled with a cellular receptivity allows somatic intelligence to be your guide and companion.

“You do not need to be good
You do not have to walk on your knees
for a hundred miles through the desert, repenting.
You only have to let the soft animal of your body
love what it loves.” – Mary Oliver

Co-taught by Gael Rosewood and Elan Freydenson.

Gael Rosewood met Emilie Conrad and Susan Harper in 1978 after many years of teaching Rolfing (aka Structural Integration) at the Rolf Institute. In 1998, she became a Continuum Teacher and has since has taught in Europe, Brazil, Japan and the U.S. and co-taught with Emilie in 2014.

Elan Freydenson’s life is dedicated to freeing himself and helping others free themselves from the unintended burden of familial, cultural, and ancestral imprinting. He is a Biodynamic Craniosacral therapist and has completed the Castellino Perinatal and Birth Therapy training twice. He is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and an Authorized Continuum Movement Teacher.

Monday Jun 10 to Saturday June 15 (6 days).
Includes seven organic meals on longer days from Wednesday to Saturday.

Detailed schedule available here: https://elanfreydenson.com/boulderjuneretreat2019

Early Bird by April 30: $975
Regular Rate: $1,175

To reserve your spot please send payment via PayPal (https://paypal.me/efreydenson/175) or you can also via Venmo at @elan-freydenson.

More details about the retreat and registering at https://elanfreydenson.com/boulderjuneretreat2019.



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