HMS: Healing Dance II | July 27, 2017 - August 2, 2017

HMS: Healing Dance II

Hawaii Massage School: Healing Dance II

Healing Dance® II asks the question, “How do we earn trust and gain access to the body at the beginning of a session?” The answer it provides lies in the trance-inducing Back Waves and in our quality of touch. In this training we continue the study of spatial mandalas beyond the waves of Healing Dance I into the spiral, the eight and the spiral eight. Healing Dance II also focuses strongly on bodywork. It offers a toolbox replete with massage techniques and stretches integrated into the flow of movement.

The course delivers the fullness of Healing Dance's surface repertoire with an entirely new set of mini-sequences including Seaweed II, The Starfish, Adonis Waves, Arm Waves, and Klimt. Healing Dance II carries further the emphasis on Relating and Mirroring by which students hone the all important art of responding to the kinetic and feeling states of their receivers. A written and photo manual are provided and a DVD and MP4 of the sequence are made available.

Prerequisite: Healing Dance® I.
Tuition: $772; includes lunch at Kalani on class days

Contacts

To Register:

Michael Ceraso
Phone: 1(800) 800-6886 x126
Email: [email protected]
Website: Hawaii Massage School

For More Information:

Inika Spence-Whaley
Phone: 707-535-9757
Email: [email protected]

Class Fees

Tuition: $772
Fees include workshop participation and daily lunch at Kalani.
Prices subject to change without notice.

  • Facilitated by: Inika Spence-Whaley
  • Dates: July 27, 2017 - August 2, 2017
Inika Spence-Whaley
Inika Spence-Whaley
Inika Spence-Whaley has been an aquatic body worker since 1996, working at Harbin Hot Springs as a Watsu®, WaterDance™ and Healing Dance® Therapist. Her classes are informed by her extensive work as a therapist and bring a grounded and practical aspect to her teaching. She has over 2800 hours of training and over 4500 hours teaching aquatic bodywork. Inika has been teaching Watsu® and Healing Dance since 1999. She brings grace to the water and conveys that grace to her students through her knowledge of movement and experience in yoga, tai chi, dance, and meditation. She is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. She has combined the SE work in her sessions and brings the knowledge to her students. She has been the director of the Harbin School of Healing Arts until it burned in the Valley fire in California. She has since moved to Hawaii and is currently exploring bringing more classes to the island.
Email: [email protected]
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