Date: June 25th
Time: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Instructor: Ryan Hoffman, PhD CFP
Mystical traditions are rooted in subjective experiences. Natural sciences are rooted in objective descriptions. The apparent gulf between the subjective and objective descriptions of reality can lead to the minimization of either description, leading many to primarily favor one or the other description. Both descriptions must be reconciled by a healthy, worldly individual. Purely dwelling in the subjective sphere can breed escapism; exclusively dwelling in the objective sphere can be dehumanizing and destructive.
In this three-hour workshop, Ryan Hoffman presents a series of short lectures and Feldenkrais lessons. The Feldenkrais lessons provide new opportunities for novel (subjective) experiences that are structured by the (objective) sociobiological model underpinning the Feldenkrais Method. Talks will be about twenty minutes and the Feldenkrais lessons will be about forty minutes. No athletic background is required and most movement challenges can be accommodated.
$15 Early Bird
$20 Day of