Downtown Seattle Satellite - Your body knows - IAT Embodied Communication Skills

  • Thursday, February 10, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Zoom - Access will be provided in your registration confirmation

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February 10, 2022 - 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Zoom

Presented by Crispin Spaeth

           

             1 Core Competency and .5 Resource   CCEUs 
                 Hosted by ICF Washington State 

Description of Course

When was the last time you consciously considered how the beauty of your individual human design is intrinsically related to your free self-expression, confidence, and connection to others?

The body and mind are never separate, even though we clever humans can think of them that way. When we start to consider body and mind as facets of understanding rather than separate entities, all sorts of possibilities open up. This is whole-self learning.

In this experiential and interactive workshop, Crispin Spaeth will introduce the fundamentals of Integrative Alexander Technique (IAT). You will discover how you can use it to help you cooperate with your own human design, so you can move, think, and communicate more efficiently and with your natural ease.

Following an introduction to IAT, we’ll put it into practice with simple, everyday movements like walking and picking up an object.  We’ll then build toward communication activities, including breakout rooms to practice in.

IAT is a holistic approach with practical and immediate application in any aspect of your life, be it social, intellectual, emotional, or physical. Coaches, in particular, can use it to nurture their connection with their clients in a new way. When you discover and access your own natural coordination, both you and your clients would feel more ease and creativity.

In this virtual session you will:

  Further hone your listening skills through noticing physical cues of conflict in thinking in yourself and others

   Understand key aspects of physiology that can help or hinder connection

   Experiment with the micro-movements of living that support curiosity


    Leading the Session:

    Crispin Spaeth is a movement and performance coach and a certified teacher of Integrative Alexander Technique. Her unique skill set comes from a lifelong study of movement, behavior, and expression, and through her intertwined former careers as a contemporary dance choreographer, project manager, and corporate event ShowFlow producer. She is certified through ATI and ISMETA, and is a graduate of Oberlin College.

    You can read more about her here: https://www.crispinspaeth.com/about  and contact hello@crispinspaeth.com


    In order to register as a member of ICF WA,  you will need a password AND the email address that ICF Global has on file for you.  If you use a different email address, our system will not recognize you as an ICF WA member.