About the Conscious Body School

Conscious Body Language is a method of perceiving oneself in a different way, providing a state to transcend the limits of dualistic perception. It involves developing the skill of sensing, listening, and engaging in conversation with the body through various techniques applied in your practice.

After 12 years of immersing myself in the practice of "body consciousness," I have come to the realization that I am not simply practicing "massage," but rather studying the body through different "languages" such as Thai massage, Vedic passive yoga, Anma, Shiatsu, Tuina, Marma therapy, and Chakra therapy. I deeply respect and hold each of these forms of Body Therapy in high regard. Daring to extract the essence from each of them, the Art of Embodied Awareness was born. Below, I will share more about it.

The Art of Embodied Awareness is an integration of various bodywork modalities that I have studied over the years. It goes beyond mere physical manipulation and delves into a profound understanding of the body as a holistic entity. Through this practice, I have cultivated a deep respect and reverence for the body, recognizing it as a vessel of wisdom and healing potential.

This Art embraces the notion that the body is not just a collection of muscles, tissues, and bones but a manifestation of energy, emotions, and consciousness. It involves the exploration of different techniques and approaches, allowing for a comprehensive understanding of the body-mind connection.

By incorporating elements from Thai massage, Vedic passive yoga, Anma, Shiatsu, Tuina, Marma therapy, and Chakra therapy, the Art of Embodied Awareness offers a unique and versatile approach to bodywork. It emphasizes the importance of sensory awareness, intuition, and deep listening to the body's messages.

Through this practice, practitioners learn to engage with the body in a more profound way, developing a heightened sense of touch, sensitivity, and communication. They become attuned to the subtle energies flowing within the body, recognizing blockages and imbalances, and facilitating their release.

The Art of Conscious Body Language is not limited to physical techniques but encompasses a broader perspective that acknowledges the interconnectedness of the body, mind, and spirit. It encourages practitioners to cultivate a state of presence and mindfulness, creating a safe and nurturing space for healing and transformation to occur.

In conclusion,

The Art of Conscious Body Language is a synthesis of various bodywork traditions, a tapestry woven from the golden threads of Thai massage, Vedic passive yoga, Anma, Shiatsu, Tuina, Marma therapy, and Chakra therapy. It is an art form that honors and celebrates the wisdom of the body, inviting practitioners to embark on a journey of self-discovery, healing, and conscious embodiment.

During our courses, we learn not to fear the body but rather to revive natural tactile communication as an integral part of interpersonal communication. The ability to touch and express our feelings non-verbally is one of the keys to connecting with the surrounding space. We utilize gentle and harmonious techniques derived from dynamic Thai massage, Anma, and Shiatsu. We also focus on the understanding of the chakra system as it relates to the energetic bodies and their interconnectedness with the physical body.

For example, as part of the training, we immerse ourselves in the practice of meditation to awaken our intuition. Intuition is our only reliable tool for restoring balance in the physical body. Without it, our etheric body does not function properly, and without the etheric body, the restoration of the physical body is not possible. By opening our hearts and letting go of fear, we begin to truly live and experience a sense of freedom. In doing so, we create a space for our receptive nature, allowing us to be in communion with the world.

When we enter this realm, we often know very little about our body and the system of existence. All limitations and rules stem solely from our internal ego. The conditions in which we cultivate ourselves are often highly restrictive. Through the practice of embodied awareness, which involves the conscious exploration of ourselves as a part of the vast universe through the body, we can establish a connection with the people.