Somatic Enquiry

A 60-minute session of slow and subtle movements interwoven with quiet contemplation. A practice in compassion, awareness, and agency.

Tuesdays 2pm – 3pm PT
8 Drop-in Sessions over 8 weeks
May 11 – June 29

Live in Fully Woven’s Zoom studio or
Replay in our private Blanket Fort studio

Free or Dāna


Session Overview

FYI: These sessions are recorded and in order to honour your confidentiality all participant audio, video, profile images, and screen share options have been turned off. This is also a way to quiet the blinking distractions intrinsic to digital spaces.

Guided somatic sessions bring in elements of many physical practices you may already be familiar with such as yoga asana, callisthenics, pilates, qigong, and tai chi. Our pacing is unhurried and our focus is on the internal experience rather than the outer form.

This is not an exercise or fitness or acrobatics class. The movements I’m offering you are pared-down, subtle, and slow moving. The only thing you’ll be toning here is your nervous system. And to be quite honest, I think that’s revolutionary. Wouldn’t you like to tap into your embodied equanimity?

You have the choice of attending the live Zoom sessions on Tuesdays or listening to the recording at our private Blanket Fort page. You’ll receive the password after you submit your registration.


Reciprocity

I offer my Somatic Enquiry sessions as mutual aid for collective healing and you’re invited to participate for free if finances are a barrier for you right now. And if you have capacity for dāna – thank you – it supports the sustainability of our Fully Woven community.

Please invite your friends to join our sessions, share my offerings in your networks, or be kind to someone today. I’m sure you can think of many more ways to be in solidarity.


We All Need Oodles of Metta

We’re living on a strange timeline where even a wide-open schedule can make it hard to commit. If you’re interested and also unsure as to whether or not you can attend the live Zooms then go ahead and register. You won’t be taking anyone’s spot (other than your own) and the recorded sessions are there for you to listen to at your convenience.

As for my time commitments, I live a fairly unhurried and unplugged life with a weekly sabbath. I also live with the disability of chronic illnesses. This means that my response to your registration may take a few days; I suggest you register sooner rather than later.


Registration

Submit at least 24 hours before your first session. Thank you.