Whether you are living with a roommate, family member or significant other, staying home full-time has presented new (or amplified old) challenges for many of us. While there
Whether you are living with a roommate, family member or significant other, staying home full-time has presented new (or amplified old) challenges for many of us. While there may be a lot we cannot change right now, we can have some say in how we are showing up for ourselves, and in turn, our loved ones. By learning the language of our nervous systems, and that of our partner’s, we can foster communication, understanding and support during times of stress.
Join Jess Jarris of Embodied Refuge for a partner workshop focused on supporting co-regulation and connection through somatic tools and movement practice. This workshop is open to all forms of partnership, whether roommates, family members, or romantic couples.
In this workshop, we will explore:
- Understanding the basics of co-regulation
- Creating a common language about the nervous system to foster communication between partners
- Somatic tools to soothe stress and support nervous system regulation both individually and between partners
- Individual movement practice focused on grounding and centering
- Partner movement practice to explore building trust, playfulness and communication through words, touch, and breath
Our time together will also incorporate personal reflections and group check-ins. Please come prepared to provide and receive physical touch and support from your partner. This workshop will also be recorded and sent as a replay for those who are unable to join us live.
To make this as accessible as possible, we are offering this at a pay-what-you-can scale with 25% of profits going to the Seattle Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
We look forward to being with you, virtually.
(Sunday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm PST
Three Moon CollectiveHannah at email@example.com