. . . gained a lot of insight through years of talk therapy
. . . found freedom and creativity in your body through movement
. . . developed a capacity for spacious awareness through meditation
Imagine moving, feeling, learning, healing, growing in a circle of
unconditional presence. Imagine what that could do for your life.
The BALP Yearlong is a focused way to study and practice Embodied Inquiry. You will learn simple, accessible practices for being present with yourself and authentic with others, and skills for navigating the mysterious territory of love and loss known as being human.
Participants come from all walks of life–home makers, therapists,
coaches, carpenters, teachers, nurses, business owners, parents–each
with their own desire or struggle.
If you are a human interested in relating to others, you know that sometimes love is not all we need. Most of us also need resources, capacities, and relational skills to be able to actually show up. That is what the circle offers: a place of practice to meet ourselves and each other with deep listening, accurate reflection, and skillful support.
If you are a movement teacher, coach, therapist, body worker etc., click here for the unique benefits this program can offer you.
2 MODULES | TOTAL OF 17 DAYS
SEPTEMBER 2–9, 2017 | MARCH 23-31, 2018
This program covers the fundamental distinctions and practices of
Embodied Inquiry and includes experiential and expressive processes,
partnered experiments in dyads and triads, Open Seat session demos,
group sharing, and lectures.
3 MODULES | TOTAL OF 24 DAYS
SEPTEMBER 2–9, 2017 | MARCH 23-31, 2018 | JUNE 30–JULY 7, 2018
NOW – DECEMBER 2018
This program offers an intensive engagement with study and practice
over a longer period of time. This allows consistent return to the
practice and ultimately supports adopting it as a way of living in the
Zuza artfully and magically tends the field of awareness with a mastery that is full of mystery and grace, sprinkled liberally with humor. Her keen, guiding wisdom, and uncanny felt sense awareness of both the group as a whole and of its’ individuals, along with her intuitive use of poetry, writings and music, combine to create a safe and rich container in which there is an always respectful invitation to dive through thresholds of the unknown, the yet uncharted territories of our own inherent wisdom.