feel.focus.flow. is a system of practices that work to rewild the body and rewire the mind.
feel.focus.flow. courses and events offer a non-hierarchical system of learning, teaching and practice where communities of empowerment are created through the sharing of education and practices that allow people to tap into their instinctual, intuitive, restorative nature. Classes integrate ancient teachings and philosophy with the study of psychology, nervous system anatomy and trauma to offer mind-body somatic practices to help you come into a deeper understanding of your mind, body and nervous system; this work empowers you to create space for choice and agency in your own life.
community noun, often attributive
com·mu·ni·ty | \ kə-ˈmyü-nə-tē \
Definition of community
1: a unified body of individuals: such as
a: the people with common interests living in a particular area broadly : the area itself
b: a group of people with a common characteristic or interest living together within a larger society
c: a body of persons of common and especially professional interests scattered through a larger society
d: a body of persons or nations having a common history or common social, economic, and political interests
the international community
e: social activity : FELLOWSHIP
We can go faster and farther together than we can go alone; because of this, existing in community is a big part of what we practice in feel.focus.flow. By participating in immersive, small group experiences you have the opportunity to learn from others who are walking the path alongside you, a collective who is committed to their evolution as humans on this planet. This space is open to ALL, it is a place where duality dissolves and we remember who we are. There are no pedestals, no hierarchies or social orders; in this community we stand side by side in Circle Together. The way we practice is the way we live our lives. If you're ready to begin living differently, let's begin practicing differently.
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