Conscious   Embodied   Sitting


22nd September 2021 - 1st December 2021

10am - 11am

Support your posture & breathing during this seasonal transition of the Equinox through to the Winter Solstice

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Conscious Embodied Movement

is a mindful and meditative practice that brings an integrated approach, blending Taoist breathing practices, Qi Gong & Western Therapeutic approaches to health and wellness.

‘Sitting, Standing or Moving’

Bringing together and blending nearly 30 years of my experience working with and practicing these systems.

Dan’s description of his course -

I imagine each class building on the previous session to help enhance and support those students who already have an established meditation practice or who would like to cultivate a practice.
No previous experience is required.

All abilities welcomed.

Each session will include:

Some warm ups – to mobilise and relax the body/mind and prepare for sitting.

Structure and alignment – body postural awareness alignment of the spine.

Spinal breathing – to support and maintain a more upright and balance posture whilst sitting.

Simple conscious movement flows – to blend with the warm ups and to support structural integration/awareness.

The breath – simple Taoist breathing techniques to integrate and balance

Daniel Brierley is a Cranio-Sacral Therapist, a Shiatsu Practitioner and for 14 years was a Senior Lecturer of the Chi Gung Elemental College.

About Dan - in his own words...

I have been working with Complementary Health Modalities for 30 years. Studying various physical therapy systems, not only to learn and to practice but also as a means of personal development. The single constant throughout that journey, the thing that bound all my therapy training together and gave me a framework to explore wellness has been my practice of Chi Kung.

Chi Kung is a very complex art whilst being super simple. There are so many schools and approaches to Chi Kung lots of different opinions about what Chi Kung is and what it can do. The fundamental meaning of Chi Kung is ‘Breathe Well’ or ‘Breath Work’. At its essence, the message is simple to Breathe Well when you Stand, Move, or Sit.

CCN operates a policy of sliding scale charges for its courses – in order that all may benefit from the courses available. Please conact Elizabeth if you require a full bursary for this course:

This is a LIVE ZOOM course.

The recording will be available to you to practice after the class.

A Weekly ‘Maintenance’ class will be available after the course to continue to develop the postures to strengthen the body in sitting during meditation.

No previous experience is required.

All abilities welcomed