Teaching by Stephane Longuet
Vraavej 24, 8830 Tjele, Denmark
Lotte Dalager + 45 42486090 email@example.com – Stéphane Longuet +33 605 16 80 17 firstname.lastname@example.org
In WATA Fundamental Class, we focus on the three fundamental aspects of Waterdance: vertical grounding, posture (of both the giver and receiver) and the breath.
In Waterdance, our most basic move is the Water Breath Dance, in which we float someone in our arms and let them sink a little as they breath out and rise with them as we both breath in. This creates a connection that can be carried into all above and under water moves.
We also practice the beginning and ending of a session and the basic movements, which form the essential core of this form of Aquatic-Body-Healing-Work.
The second part of this training is dedicated to a playful and at the same time attentive introduction to bring our partner under water. Fears or apprehensions of going under water will be given the time needed to open up and to be integrated.
Various tools like guided meditations, body – and energy work, active breathing exercises, communication skills and a conscious contact with the earth, shall help to balance the four elements in and around us.
Stephane Longuet (lavoiedeleau.fr): WATSU®/ WATA teacher, recognised WABA instructor, I have worked with the best teachers in the aquatic’ world (Arjana, Harold, Alexander, Shantam,…) and I continue with joy my training because there is always to learn, to refine, to integrate …I love to share worldwide this beautiful and powerful tool of connection to the Universe.
Prerequisites No Prerequisites – open to all!
Daily schedule We start the day with a meditation before breakfast. We then practice all morning in the pool (except on day 1). After a good lunch break we spend the afternoon in the practice room or in nature. Finally, before or after dinner, participants have the opportunity to play in the water.
Dates and times From Sep 16th – 20th 2020
Registration at 9.00h on Wednesday. We are in the countryside so it´s possible to arrive the day before during afternoon (50 euro for meals and accommodation)
Opening circle at 9.30 h sharp! Course ends +/- 5 pm on Sunday
Course Fee 550 € + 150€ poolfees
Accommodation/meals: 340 euro for 5 nights and days
Price all included: 1040 euros
Price all included for early birds: 990 euro
Included in the fee 5 days of training – didactic material – certification of attendance – registration on WABR (Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Registry – if you want)
Important A 50 € discount is offered to the earlybirds (for those who register before August 15th with a deposit of 200€.)
Deposit 150 € (Non refundable)
Registration Please sign up with a mail to: email@example.com
And confirm with a deposit of 150 € (or 200€ for earlybird)
Payment: Sign up here: firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive an email with info about payment
Peter and Lotte are building up a small center where people can enjoy silence, water and nature. They do not yet have room for all of us, but we there will be accommodation in the old farmhouse from Lottes parents in dormitory, double room, in camper, shelter or tent
You can read more here: https://aquabalancing.dk/
Peter and Lotte lives in Jutland
Vråvej 24, 8830 Tjele
The easiest way to get here is flight to Copenhagen and then bus or train to Viborg.
We will pick you up in Viborg and bring you to the place. Train from Copenhagen https://www.dsb.dk/ or you can find cheaper solution here: www.flixbus.dk
For all informations about accommodation and how to get to the retreat you can contact Lotte, email@example.com or WhatsApp +45 42486090
Meals: The food is mainly homegrown, organic and vegetarian
Training This intensive WATA Fundamental training is recognized within WABA international professional training. It counts for 50 accredited hours. A certificate of attendance is delivered at the end of the course.
What to wear Please, bring comfortable clothes to work on the ground. Two swimsuits and two bath towels if possible (sauna on place). A good jacket and outdoor shoes for possible outings in nature.
What to bring Bring something to write, your own floats (if you have it) and nose clip (possibility of buying some during the course).
Bring also some earplugs if you have sensitive ears and maybe earplugs for a good night’s sleep if you share a room. Bring also a water bottle or a thermos.