Issue in the Tissue : Role of the body in Psychological Wellness

Our body is an organismic being where the Psyche and Soma exist in a synergistic relationship. Over time, the ability to understand and connect to this synergy has been lost to us due to our socialisation and cultural context. 

This talk attempts to bring awareness to the language of sensations: the primal language of the body, through discussions and an exercise. We will understand the diversity of our own self (mind-body-spirit). 

Last Date to Register:

12th March, 2020 (subject to availability)

Session Fees

Respecting the diversity of geography, economies and personal finances, you choose from:

India and South Asia

INR 750/-

Outside India

USD 10/-

Notes:

Gifting this session

A healthy community is one in which we support each other. Learning a new perspective along with someone who shares a similar interest is very fulfilling. If you feel like gifting this session, please connect with us.

Administrative Details

– online, secure sessions

– max. participation: 21

– language: English

Notices

Disclaimer: Our learning sessions do not substitute regular therapy and informed medical care. By engaging with us and attending these sessions, you automatically provide us with your informed consent and are bound by the principles and tenets of therapy agreement and session guidelines, as detailed on our website.

Informed Consent: You participate on your own accord in the spirit of learning, and take responsibility for your well-being. You declare that you are currently not under medicated psychiatric care. You submit that you are a legal adult in the country of your residency. You understand that your identity will be known to other participants over online medium. You consent to not recording the session in any audio-video-electronic format, though you may take notes for your personal learning. You understand that the recordings will not be shared with you - they are only for the facilitators. You agree to abide by norms of confidentiality and respect it for yourself and other participants.