Stalking Wild Psoas Collaboration: Sexual Energy & Core Integrity with Sarah Byrden (Hot Springs) Paradise ID
September 1 @ 1:00 pm - September 3 @ 4:00 pm
Taste The Wild Waters of Wholeness
Join us for 3 days at Trinity Hot Springs in Idaho as we dive into the primordial source of being
in “the deepest known source of the oldest known spring water’ on the planet.
This process-oriented workshop is for EVERY BODY, gender and orientation
to awaken, nourish and re-member the bio-intelligence of Sexual Energy and Core Integrity.
A Stalking Wild Collaboration is a creative adventure!
A creative confluence of two bodies of work, with the express purpose of reconnecting with our originality, wisdom and essence in body, energy and soul.
This workshop retreat will move you from deep
within and awaken a profound sense of inner strength, intimacy and creative agency.
Liz offers the opportunity to heal and restore core tissue called psoas. create sexual integration, and awaken core integrity. Joining Liz is Santa Fe-based MogaDao Archetypal QiGong and Sexuality Teacher, Sarah Byrden, who brings to our explorations her unique transmission of the teachings and practices of MogaDao Depth Sexuality, a practice tradition and culture of sexual reclamation and integrity that holds sexuality in its rightful place of primordial power.
NOTE THIS RETREAT TAKES PLACE DURING WEEK DAYS
Sarah’s work acknowledges sexual energy as the fundamental energy of every aspect of our lives, inseparable from our conception and incarnation and responsible for physical health and vitality, creativity and generosity, trust in the essential goodness of being and our ability to live a life that is aligned with purpose. Our sexual energy, in a Daoist view, holds the code, quite literally, for our destiny. Through Archetypal Qigong practices, a poetic re-mythologizing of our sex, and the integration and exploration of the most core somatic structures of sex, including psoas, we embark on a journey of healing, embodiment and our responsibility to the power and source of our sexual energy and body.
Liz’s work is an invitation to awaken into a different consciousness from the one society has provided us. Using micro, non-linear, multi-dimensional, fluid movement, and sound frequency we evoke a different experience of existing – under the cultural and historical terrain – that offers support and resiliency since the beginning of time. This biological awareness changes our sense of being, shifting our focus, and helping us to emerge from the isolation of separation and isolation to subsequently dissolve our insistence on being an objectified body. The process integrates us and awakens us to consciously participate in the larger biological processes of life. When we allow ourselves the opportunity to simply explore, evoke, and call forth innate movement we discover for ourselves a deep inner knowing that elicits profound conductivity, vital meaning, and delicious playfulness.
Trinity Hot Springs
VENUE: Our adventure takes place at the remote TRINITY HOT SPRINGS in Paradise/Feathersville Idaho. (2 hours from the Boise Airport). We have a private studio space for our explorations, the main kitchen for shared and individual meals, storage and preparation of food and the hot springs for exploring in the healing waters of Trinity.
YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS: You are responsible for making your own accommodations directly with Trinity Hot Springs. Accommodations are separate from the price of this workshop. You must make your reservation directly with Trinity Hot Springs at http://trinityhotsprings.club
The workshop begins at 1:00 on Tuesday September 1st and ends at 4:00 pm on September 3rd. Please make plans to arrive before our start time on the 1st and remain in attendance through the very end of the workshop on the 3rd. Trinity Hot Springs offers a variety of options, including cabins, camping and rental houses with private kitchens. You will need to bring food for all of your meals for the duration of the workshop. We have rented a full community kitchen in which we will all be able to store and prepare meals. Please do not bring alcoholic beverages to the workshop. Please secure your reservation as soon as possible.
STUDIO: The workshop meeting place is the Trinity Hots springs studio space. We start at 1:00 pm on Tuesday September 1st and end on September 3rd at 4:00pm. Please make plans to arrive before we begin and leave after we end. Anyone applying for certification hours must attend the entire workshop.
IMPORTANT NOTE: There will be no nudity whatsoever during this workshop, no exchange of sexual energy or intent between participants, nor will there be an atmosphere of performance. The culture of this workshop will respect the intimacy, source and privacy of our sexual energy and maintain an atmosphere of respect, celebration, nuance and profundity.
Limit 20 participants
TEDx Vail: Good Sex Isn’t About Knowing What You-re Doing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epz3eybDbYo
Liz Koch is an international educator, author, and creator of CoreAwareness™ focusing on awareness as key for developing human potential and awakening consciousness. With 40 years experience specializing in the human core, Liz is recognized in the somatic, bodywork, and fitness professions as an authority on the core tissue called Psoas. Both nationally and internationally published, her works include The Psoas Book, Unraveling Scoliosis CD, Core Awareness; Enhancing Yoga, Pilates, Exercise & Dance, Psoas & Back Pain CD and Mother, Maiden, Crone: Our Pleasure Playlist and her new book Stalking Wild Psoas: Embodying Your Core Intelligence published in 2019 by North Atlantic Books.
For more clarity about my Stalking Wild Psoas workshop series please read my core awareness blog https://coreawareness.com/stalking-wild-psoas-awakening-to-our-creative-self/
No experience necessary. Every one is welcome.
NOTE: If you are having difficulty with your psoas and/or your movement is limited, this workshop can offer you the opportunity to rest and heal.
National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) Approved
This is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork for 18 hours of continuing education credit (CEU). For more information on the NCBTMB, please visit their website