"To jump high, it takes strength. It's exhausting. Landing softly means asking yourself questions like this: What is softer, and what could be softer than this? What is easier … and easier still than this? This process is the basis of Mentastics." Milton Trager
Ease in work
What is lightness? To work lightly is to know what lightness is. How do we know what lightness is? We can simply ask: What is easier? Asking a question is very different from knowing exactly what to do! So by asking the question, we come to a place of curiosity. We will explore the differences between feeling and touching. In this class we will explore waves and rhythm and the dance that comes with it.
Learning content Level 2
- Differentiated body perception and training of self-awareness.
- Theoretical background, observation and own experience of movement and posture patterns.
- Mentastics and the ways it can be used to change habits.
- Further exploration and practice of hand postures with directions of movement in each body region, supine and prone.
- Fascia network/biotensegrity and the interconnections in the body ("taking out the slack" understanding).
- The principle of the questioning attitude
- Theory and experience sharing on Reflex Response principles.
- The principle of recall (re-evoking pleasant bodily sensations).
- are aware of when they are in a state of hook up
- learn to recognise that throughout life we acquire physiologically appropriate but also restrictive movement and postural patterns/habits
- understand that changing habits is a learning process
- know the communication process during the session
- know the extended repertoire of hand postures with directions of movement in each body region supine and prone position
- can feel the three dimensional fascia network and ist dynamics in the body at rest and in movement (biotensegrity)
- understand that they can communicate with the autonomic nervous system using basic skills (curiosity, open questions, asking for softness etc.)
- begin to give and receive feedback with practice partner (learning to describe perceptions)
- have knowledge of the meaning of recall (re-evoking unpleasant (bodily) sensations)
- know the concept and intentions of Reflex Response
- deepen their understanding of the basic principles of Mentastics and learn to apply them for themselves and for clients
- develop a comprehensive perception of their counterpart
- can explain in their own words what Trager is and give examples of ist application
- know the basics of ethics in the therapeutic setting
Remark25 hours of training, EMR/ASCA compliant.
Course timesDay 1: 10 - 12.30 / 15 - 18.30 h
Day 2: 9 - 12.30 / 15 - 18.30 h
Day 3: 9 - 12.30 / 15 - 18.30 h
Day 4: 9 - 12.30 / 13.30 – 15 h
Bring alongComfortable clothes, slippers if necessary.
Video about Trager Therapy
Trager Instructor (CH). Peter was introduced to Trager in 2007. Together with his wife Julia he runs an Aikido Dojo in Uster and holds the 5th Dan. He brings a lot of clarity, joy and calmness to his teaching. He is a trained psychiatric nurse and a certified naturopath.
CHF 760 (excl. accommodation, meals and tourist tax)
CHF 685 (excl. accommodation, meals and tourist tax). The early bird price is only applicable for a down payment of 20% 14 days after registration and payment of the remaining costs up to 60 days before the seminar begins. Please note sections 8, 20 and 21 of the terms and conditions.
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