The step by step process to reclaiming your natural effortless
with the source of your energy in this powerfully restorative
workshop with Amanda
Part Breath Series
and release all the regions of breathing:
This is an amazing class that takes you to a new level of
growth by using your breath and getting really in tune with
your body. It's amazingly relaxing too!" M.F.--series
is the ability to take in what you need...
...and let go of what you don't.
breath already knows how to do this.
to tap into this resource, and your whole body and indeed
your whole life, can become more centered and playful.
the easiest and most timeless method for getting your body/mind/spirit
on the same page.
your body's self-healing capacity.
how to "talk so your body will listen and how to
listen so your body will talk."
- Hands-on anatomy
- 3 layer self-massage
- 3 dimensional breath practice with take-home
- group body sculptures and interactive
was attracted to the name 'Remember to Breathe' as I am a
breath holder and a shallow breather. I now catch myself when
out in the world really breathing into all areas of my belly--feels
great. And using the breath to help with emotions and movement
is a great reminder."--B.T.
impactful? The pelvic breathing. Reminding me how essential
it is to breathe completely and into spaces that may have
been forgotten, ignored or purposely pushed aside because
of trauma. Our breath truly sustains us in so many ways, and
by tapping into it, we tap into whole new levels of our being,
Keating, author of There
Was Supposed to Be a Baby
always felt safe and supported throughout the explorations,
and I liked the more formal instruction on anatomy and all
the group interactions."M.A.
a very busy time in my life-one toddler at home, a new baby
on the way, launching my own business, family stuff...I'm
always on the lookout for ongoing education and experience
and GROUNDING. Thank you!"
a great education on understanding how we breathe and Amanda's
guidance through the actual breathwork can really help shift
your awareness of how you breathe and assist in daily
realized that my breath can actually lead my movement, rather
than being something that's trying to 'catch up' to what I'm
House CST LMP
Through her 12 years of SOMA Neuromuscular Integration practice,
with its movement and awareness coaching component, Amanda
Coleman LMP discovered that a few minutes of tailored
breathwork could free up many of the holding patterns in the
body that would normally take hours of massage to accomplish.
Working deeply with the human body for so many years, studying
nature in its many forms and her experience in dance, drama
and other arts, have shown Amanda how to "body whisper"--to
coax and encourage bodies progressively toward health and
wholeness. Come learn this skill and use your breath to do
fantastic bodywork on yourself! Using breath practices and
self-massage along with solid functional anatomy, you will
learn how to get into deep therapeutic connection with your
own body. Like any relationship, for bodies to heal and stay
healthy, they need to feel and they need to be heard. In fact,
many physical discomforts will vanish once their message has
been truly received --pain is an excellent way to grab your
attention. Amanda is delighted to hold this safe, supportive
space for you to become "fluent" in your body.
the "Remember How to Move" class series
We are often told to "listen
to our body" especially when healing an injury, or in
yoga, etc, but many of us have not learned the skills of actually
doing that. This class is meant to teach those skills and
a general understanding of the underlying patterns of how
we move and what moves us.
RHTM is a developmental-based,
all-levels movement experience that reacquaints us with our
basic movement vocabulary as humans. Like the way being familiar
with the alphabet allows us to understand and express via
written language in all its subtlety, this movement vocabulary
will allow us to become "fluent" in moving our own
bodies. This lets us better enjoy life: from being able to
get in and out of the car with ease, to being able to bend
down and dig a garden, to being able to cartwheel, pirouette,
or hit the ball better. It also give us the adaptability to
branch out into new movement practices that can condition
and heal our bodies. We can move ourselves with greater safety,
connection, and authentic self-expression. We will also explore
why sometimes we don't want to move, even though we know we
You can learn to listen
to your own body, and thus give it the care that it demands.
Its demands cannot go unheeded. It is like a child, it needs
you, your attention, your ear, your smiles, your care. Otherwise
it suffers, sometimes silently, sometimes loudly, but eventually
it has to stop you if it can't get through. The body is also
a resource of great wisdom, an ancient sage that knows how
Earth works, how life works, and it is holding the boundary
for us as our busy puppy minds dream up wonders and tear around
getting into everything. It guides and encourages us to grow
And just like when
rearing a child, learning about bodies in general, their patterns
and stages, their make-up and structure is extremely beneficial.
There are many things we share as human beings. Reinventing
the wheel is not necessary. But every body is different. Each
child is unique. Only by learning to be aware of your body,
your unique make-up, can you actually know which path to take.
This is true when you are choosing which foods to eat amid
the myriad of choices and opinions out there (that seem to
reverse every few years!). It is true when you are deciding
how to heal or prevent a pain, an injury or illness. It is
true when you are making choices for structuring your daily
You must make a habit
of listening, for you shift and change as you grow, as you
mature; by the season, and by the time of day. Having a competent
and loving relationship between mind and body is vital to
living a sustainable life.
Learning what it means
to be a human being in a human body, and then deeply knowing
and expressing your unique voice in that chorus, makes life
a delight, an adventure, grounded in peace and camaraderie.
Come. I have made
a space for you.
A space for you
to learn from the Outside in
... and the Inside
And in the dance
between outside and inside...that's where the fun is.