Continuum Movement® Moving Medicine

Continuum Movement
Continuum Movement® Moving Medicine
Workshop presented by: Donnalea Van Vleet Goelz
Date: November 10 - 11, 2018
Location: Open Center New York New York, New York, United States

Movement / mindful exercise is gaining more and more attention as an important part of creating and maintaining health. It is being researched in the psychology field for treatment of trauma and is associated with improvements in psychological well-being, including reducing stress, anxiety, depression and mood disturbance, as well as increased self-esteem. Continuum Movement offers an experience of the human body as an elegant composite of interpenetrating signals that orchestrate a vast and potent network from the cosmos, to the primordial deep, to our cellular matrix. This knowledge allows us sources of nourishment that have a profound effect on every system of the body.

Increasing the flow of information is vital the health of communities, relationships and particularly our bodies. Our immune systems thrive as vital interactions increase while conversely, our immune systems weaken from hyper vigilance, fear and trauma.

Learning to meet the precious fluid within our cells, organs and brains is fundamental exhilaration to ourselves as bio-systems. Movements that arc, spiral, and undulate tend to evoke a four billion year old primordial legacy healing our disassociation and leading us into creating a future as ripe adaptable human beings.

As our internal sea becomes more viable our mass shifts accordingly. We become buoyant, gravity now an ally rather than a deterrent, our vital energy a surplus rather than a deficit. An abundance of options are now available for healing, for revitalization, and for building a fountain of ongoing health.

In this there is no stress, no trauma, no fear, only the full bloom of magnificent life.

To be on a list to be notified when Open Center will be accepting registration, please email [email protected] or call the Continuum Movement office at (310) 593-4651.