In this special webinar class, you will learn about common issues encountered and left over from birth, and experience a Continuum enquiry to facilitate accessing your original potential that may have been interrupted by your birth. Cherionna Menzam-Sills, PhD, draws on years of experience as somatic and prenatal and birth therapist and inspiration from her mentor, Emilie Conrad.
Founder of Continuum Movement, Emilie Conrad, often addressed how birth experience affects our tissues and movement. She developed Continuum, a meditative movement practice, which helps us to slow down, settle into a safe holding field, melt under our everyday and historical patterning, and return to our inherent fluidity.
In this state, we tend to re-encounter the amazing potential we had a little ones. As we dissolve our familiar structures and armouring, we may also encounter our early history.
In this webinar class, Cherionna Menzam-Sills, PhD, draws on her years of experience as Somatic and Prenatal and Birth Therapist, describing common birth issues that can profoundly affect our lives, personalities, behaviours and movement patterns, and guiding you through a Continuum enquiry designed to enhance access to your original potential.
This video recording is of the webinar originally aired March 12th, 2017.
Cherionna Menzam-Sills is a prenatal and birth therapist, movement therapist and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. Drawing on 40 years experience, her background includes an M.A. in Somatic Psychology (Dance/Movement Therapy) and a Ph.D. in Pre- and Perinatal Psychology, as well as Occupational Therapy, Massage Therapy, intensive study of BMC and Body-Mind Psychotherapy with Susan Aposhyan and 10 years intensive study with prenatal and birth psychotherapy pioneers, William Emerson and Ray Castellino. She worked intensively with founder of Continuum, Emilie Conrad for the last decade of her life. Emilie authorized her to teach Continuum in 2007. Her work is further informed by years of intensive Vipassana meditation practice and other mindfulness practices.