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The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”

    - W.B. Yeats

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Rediscovering Our Truer Nature.

 

My classes and workshops offer experiential explorations in Sensory Awareness*, a long respected form of body/mind re-education, that helps restore our capacity for fresher perception, deeper connection and freer natural functioning.

My work focuses on reviving our fuller somatic intelligence and human potential. Through the meditative like approach of Sensory Awareness students are guided in simple and safe explorations in sensory perception sometimes combined with mindful movement and personal confidential writing.

Over many years' I've witnessed how as our sense-ability deepens, our truer nature becomes more present and we become freer from the dysfunctional habits, tensions and distorted perceptions that have limited our truer self. Many students have reported improvements in posture, attitude, stress management and overall wellbeing.

Classes and workshops 2023
 

Experiential practice in reconnecting with your truer nature , greater aliveness and fuller presence.

 

Experiencing life more directly in the here-and-now we become reconnected with the deeper strength, vitality and wisdom of the organism that we are. Waking up more and more in this somatic way helps our mind gain more plasticity as the doors of our perception open wider and we  become better able to cope with both the world around us as well as the life within us.

 

Feeling more freshly alive and fully embodied in the here-and-now helps free us from the unhealthy faulty perceptions and habits that limit our potential. 

 

For over 60 years the long respected somatic practice of Sensory Awareness* has helped thousands of students worldwide rediscover a fuller embodied sense of authenticity and natural ease. 

* What is Sensory Awareness?

 

The somatic  study and practice of Sensory Awareness helps free us from habitual ways we are limited in our perception and in our everyday functioning. Its experiential approach offers a self-empowering way to regain our fresher and fuller embodied aliveness.

 

Through exploring deceptively simple experiments in perception, often involving common activities, we focus on quieting the mind while attending more consciously to what we actually sensing in the present moment. 

In this way we gradually come to reawaken and renew the rich and multifaceted realm of our sensory perception and physicality, more deeply experiencing the dynamics of breath, movement, posture, gravity, body image, vitality and much, much more.

For more information about Sensory Awareness click on SAF.

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Testimonials

"Richard Lowe has found a useful and unique way to meld the meditative approach of Sensory Awareness and psychotherapy. His work is unifying for the student and guides us ever so gently to our inner treasures, helping us release mind/body baggage so that we may live more freely. I feel lucky to have him as a teacher."

                          Etta, psychologist and artist

 

“Richard brings compassion, heart, spontaneity, skill and sensitivity to his leading of Sensory Awareness. His warm, clear, strong, and open heart leads the group to connect with themselves, with each other, and with all that surrounds. In his classes he creates a safe container in which you learn to better know yourself, tap into your own creativity, and become more fully grounded in the present.”

                          Cathy, Author 

Classes and workshops:

Growing Young 
The precious qualities of youth such as freshness, openness and playfulness can be revived and cultivated.

 

They need not fade away as we age.

 

These classes will explore how a combination of Sensory Awareness, mindful movement and private writing can help renew your capacity for greater aliveness, resilience and plasticity in body, mind and spirit.

 

This experiential, somatic based approach can do much to free us up from being stuck in habitual attitudes and behaviors that may be promoting premature aging and weakening our vitality.Some related reading will be suggested. Any writing need not be shared.

Classes on Zoom:

Sundays 9:00 am -10:30 Pacific Standard Time 2/19, 3/5, 3/19, 2023.

$25 per drop in class, $60 series  

(You can start at any time, but the entire series is recommended for maximum benefit.) 

Payment: 

via your bank through Zelle to:richlowemft@yahoo.com

or pay through: PayPal/Fullersense

or mail to 1835 San Jose Ave., Alameda CA 94501

 

For more information or to sign up

contact Richard at: 415-302-9801

or at richlowemft@yahoo.com.

When we're more fully oriented in our senses our truer self unfolds and we begin to live more from the core of our natural authenticity, transcending the dualism of mind and body, and returning home to the spirit and intelligence of the organism that we are.

 

As we come home to the natural world around us and within us we become more fully embodied as a living part of nature.

The very basis of the work is that everything we do can come always anew… always sensitively anew, to be discovered and realized. Discoveries can happen anywhere. It doesn’t make any difference what you do. The question is not what you do, but how you do it.”  

                                                   -  Charlotte Selver

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