Continuum is a meditative movement practice that supports us in slowing down, resting deeply, settling and melting under our usual habits and patterning. Resource is a term used in psychotherapy and trauma therapy referring to anything that supports us in being able to be more present with whatever arises for us or presents in our lives, in knowing that speaks to us of wellness, that we are actually ok.
In these challenging and often chaotic times, in our speedy and often overwhelming lives in the 21st century, we desperately need to be orienting to resource, what supports us in being able to rest, to be present, to meet our challenges. Instead of being overwhelmed, we have the potential to heal and learn from our current situations. Continuum uses different breaths, sounding and often subtle movement to return to our original state of fluidity, which tends to be inherently resourcing, rejuvenating and often profound.
In this 3-hour online class, we explore ways to access, identify and rest into resource using Continuum.
This is a webinar class that aired Sunday, June 2nd
Skill levelAll levels
Resting into Fluid Resonance with Continuum
Cherionna Menzam-Sills briefly introduces this course, describing Continuum, Resource and more.
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.