What the Body Tells Us about Next Moves
1 CC and 0.5 RD
Enrich your clients’ coached experience through Dynamic Embodiment. Explore how Dynamic Embodiment awareness and skills support the ICF coaching competencies of Coach Presence, Active Listening and Evoke Awareness.
When: Oct 7, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:30PM
Presenter:Dr. Martha Eddy
Format: Virtual - Zoom Meeting, cameras will be enabled
CCEUs: 1.5 TBD
Who is this event for: Coaches of all experience levels, and particularly those new to somatic/embodiment work
Learn from Dr. Martha Eddy, the founder of Dynamic Embodiment™ and author of Mindful Movement, the Evolution of the Somatic Arts and Conscious Action. We will define somatic awareness, explore principles of a somatic/embodied practice, discover why they are important in coaching work, and how they align with ICF Core Competencies. Participants will experience first-hand Dr. Eddy's system of Active Witnessing, a multi-sensory form of active listening and will combine Active Listening with Non-verbal Movement Witnessing to evoke our Whole Person awareness. Through breakout learning, discover new ways in meaningful practice on sensing and coaching presence and explore a case study on “When Presence Goes Awry.”
The following is provided for guidance, but the final program agenda may shift slightly.
7:00 to 7:10 PM | Welcome, Opening Remarks, Introductions
7:10 to 7:40 PM | Martha Eddy, CMA, RSMT, EdD
7:40 to 7:55 PM | Skills Breakout
8:00 to 8:20 PM | Case Study and Breakout
8:20 to 8:30 PM | Closing Remarks and Recognitions
Meet Our Presenter
Dr. Martha Eddy, CMA, RSMT, EdD
Moving for Life
Founding Director//Director of Programming and ResearchDrMarthaEddy.com
Moving For Life
Author of Mindful Movement
Movers & Shapers Podcast here.
Martha Eddy, DEP, CMA, RSMT, EdD and Licensed TBMC is an international advocate of Somatic Movement Education & Therapy & Somatic Movement Dance Education; author and lecturer on embodied cognition, eco-somatics, the interaction of neuro-motor and socio-emotional development, and the role of the body and movement in peace education and violence prevention. She co-founded Moving On Center in 1994 with Carol Swann in order to bridge Somatic Awareness with Social Change. She is also a senior advisor to the newly forming Institute for Somatics and Social Justice in Philadelphia.
In Martha’s most recent publication, Mindful Movement. The Evolution of the Somatic Arts and Conscious Action she shares specifics such as:
The history of the field of somatics and the evolution of its related fields – somatic psychology, somatic bodywork, somatic movement, somatic dance, social somatics, eco-somatics, somatics and spirituality, and body-conscious design. Watch Dr. Eddy’s lecture here.
What is somatic awareness – the body-mind connection and how is it infused in higher education.
Politics and Somatics: how does the body, race and activism impact the world? How is race important to one’s relationship to practicing or teaching Bartenieff Fundamentals, Body-Mind Centering®, Dynamic Embodiment, EastWest Somatics etc.
Dr. Eddy’s teaching positions have been at universities including but not limited to: New York University, Princeton University, Teachers College, Columbia University graduate program, Barnard, Connecticut, Hope and Hampshire colleges, and San Francisco State University. Graduates of her programs – Dynamic Embodiment Practitioners (DEP), Certified Teachers of BodyMind Dancing (CTBMD), and Moving For Life Certified Instructors (MFLCI) are beacons of light and social action internationally.
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