Facilitator(s) Stephen Tame, Judith Salling-Ash, Tessa Fergusson, Simon Bonnin, plus TBC Ali Bell, David Rasulo
Date: 06/09/2024 - 08/09/2024
7:00 pm - 5:00 pm
About this event
This residential weekend workshop will be experiential, with a combination of larger and smaller groupwork, pair work, and individual work within the wider group.
What is Radix?
Radix is a powerful body-centred therapy that promotes change, growth, and healing. The word Radix means “root” or “source” and here refers to the flow of the life force underlying our thoughts, feelings and movements, our mind and our consciousness or spirit.
We will work with breath, movement, sound, touch, and vision to help restore the rhythmic flow of the life force throughout your being. To feel more alive, to express yourself authentically, and connect more deeply with others.
Radix is a body centred approach and unlike other psychotherapies that are somatically informed, Radix has the body as the central focus with the emphasis on the somatic unfolding.
Who will be facilitating?
This is a unique workshop, co-led by up to 6 Radix teacher trainees, who bring with them experience and expertise that inform their practices from a wide range of different fields.
The Structure of the Workshop
After checking in any time after 3:00 pm on Friday 6th September, and having had dinner, we will begin on Friday evening at 7pm with an orientation to the workshop, getting acquainted with workshop participants and facilitators in your first group session.
On Saturday and Sunday, you will have opportunity to take part in both larger and smaller group work, paired work, and individual sessions within the wider group.
The formal session will end Sunday at 5pm. (You are welcome to stay over on Sunday night)
Contact [email protected] any questions or queries. Please note that places are limited to 12 participants,
Judith originally trained in TA psychotherapy and became interested in body psychotherapy and Radix specifically as part of her journey to come home to her own body. She works in private practice in Swindon where she enjoys the privilege of connecting with and discovering other embodied souls. Her work is influenced by non-dual perspectives and supported by current neuroscience thinking. https://www.jsatherapy.co.uk/
Stephen Tame is a relational body psychotherapist, with decades of experience and enthusiasm working with clients and trainees. He is a member of the Embodied-Relational Therapy training team. He continues to learn from his colleagues, clients, trainees, other trainers and the wider world. http://www.stephentame.co.uk
Timings are likely to be:
Friday: arrive from 3pm, session 7pm – 9pm
Saturday 9:30 to approx 7pm
Sunday 9:30 to 5pm
Feedback from recent weekends with Judith and Stephen
“A rich, diverse and profound experience. I felt affirmed by both therapists and other participants.”
“This has been life-changing for me … I’d definitely like to come back and carry on my journey with you.”
“Just to say thanks again to Judith and Stephen for a moving, powerful and inspiring weekend.”
“I think the weekend has marked a turning point in my search for ‘self’ and opened new horizons and unforeseen possibilities.”
“I found this weekend to be very powerful and surprised at the effects of working in this way – it felt like it was possible to get to the heart of things as they are.”
“I feel I have met with myself in a deeper, richer way and been able to connect more authentically with others.”
“I felt it was very well held and this helped me in feeling safe and allowed me to go to quite deep places in my experiential body. ”
“The level of safety created enabled me to go deeper into my experience than I’ve done in the past.”
Email: [email protected] for more information
Location Avon Tyrell Outdoor Activity Centre Bransgore Christchurch Hampshire BH23 8ED
Contact Details Contact Person: Stephen Tame Email: [email protected] More contact details: Website: https://erthworks.co.uk/events/body-psychotherapy-weekend-6/
Cost TBC In the region of £380 to £480 Payment by installment is welcome if this makes it easier for you.