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WaveContinuum Dive with Eva Alewa Geueke

January 31 @ 7:15 pm - 9:30 pm

Deep authentic healing happens through undulating movement, meditation, breath and sound. This evokes ancient wisdom that lies in our fluid system and cells and brings it to the surface of our consciousness.

Are you ready to be truly loving with yourself? With sound, breath, and fluid, free, wave-like motion, you can meet yourself in a way you might never have met yourself before.

Learn to listen for the authentic enfoldment of movement, the wisdom of your body, muscles, connective tissue, organs, cells and spirit, the meeting of water and the spark of fire. This is the wonderful practice of creation. We are all longing for that connection, and when we finally make it, our heart opens and may find deep joy.

Emily Conrad, founder of Continuum movement, passed away in 2014. Like Gabrielle Roth of 5Rhythms, Emily was a giant in the movement-somatic-healing-dance community. Her delightfully deep and healing work lives on in the teachings of those like Eva Geueke, who studied with her long and closely enough to be able to pass it on.

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Eva Alewa Geueke

Eva (Honolulu / Cologne) practices the path of embodying the sacred through conscious movement and dance. Originally a professional trained dancer who performed and made her own evening length dance pieces she ultimately felt that teaching will bring more healing and positive change into the world than performing.

After her Feldenkrais training and working intensively with Emily Conrad the founder of Continuum Movement and Susan Harper in the 80ies and 90ties she created Wave-Continuum. This beautiful healing movement practice opens the heart and connects the mover to the wisdom of life embedded in our fluid system of out cells and the universe. Undulating movement meditation, breath and sound bring this ancient awareness to the surface of our consciousness.

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Date:
January 31
Time:
7:15 pm - 9:30 pm

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