Working With Embodiment For Movement Teachers – Online Course

Online training with Christina Dohr and Maša Nobilo

*Recordings will be available if you can’t make some or all of this time.*

This online course is based on the notion that the body, as a holistic aspect of who we are, matters in movement classes. And the core promise is that this workshop will help you work deeper, more skilfully and safer with it. It’s an experiential and practical training for those wishing to develop their skills working with embodiment in the framework of their movement classes. We will not spend the day just looking at a screen but will be moving around, experiencing, playing, etc.
Using posture, breathing and movement helps participants in classes and events go deep quickly, and creates lasting results. This training will give you both a greater personal insight and a clearer overview of the embodiment field, as well as tools you can use in your own work. Our embodiment determines how we think, how we feel, how we are perceived by others, and what we achieve, so is an extremely helpful area for movement teachers to address. Most teachers know that the body matters, and this is a training to clarify exactly how, and to give you useful, accessible tools.

Who this training is for:

-Yogis, dancers, bodyworkers and martial artists looking to work more skilfully with the embodiment of the groups and individuals they teach
-Teachers and coaches of any movement practice that understand that there is more to the body than learning a specific movement skill
-Anyone looking to develop their personal leadership and presence


Come if you’d like to gain:

A deeper and much clearer understanding of the relevance of body awareness, posture and movement to your work
Practical embodied tools you can use with participants immediately
Knowledge of how to work with the body confidently and safely
Improved self-awareness – what is hidden that is limiting your work?
Bodily leadership and influencing skills
Techniques to manage pressure and complexity
How to better “read” others, including cross-culturally – and to access your intuition
How to develop the four aspects of embodied intelligence
A taste of embodied work if you are considering The Embodied Facilitator Course professional qualification


About the trainers

Maša Nobilo is a Hatha Yoga, Embodied Yoga Principles, Feldenkrais and Acro Yoga teacher based in Luxembourg. She is a certified Embodied Facilitator that helps people cultivate body awareness and self-knowledge in order to enhance their range of moving, being and relating to others.
Basically, what started out as her own personal movement exploration, turned into an exploration of the body-mind and the psychological implications of movement. While discovering her own potential, she discovered that she loves facilitating groups and individuals in finding their own potential, and is now devoted full-time to work in the embodiment field.
Christina Dohr is a certified Embodied Facilitator and assistant trainer for the Embodied Facilitator Course. Her passion for movement and body-mind practices lead her to immerse in a wide range of disciplines including martial arts, dance and meditation. She holds a black belt in Aikido, leads ecstatic dances and facilitates workshops on relating, communication and conflict resolution in Germany, the UK and South East Asia. Her experience working in corporate London and as an independent consultant allow her to bridge the sometimes separate worlds of business and movement.


Event Info

Date: December 11th, 2019

Time: 18:00-21:00 CET// 17:00-20:00 UK

Venue: Online
Requires a reasonable internet connection and a private space to move in (a small office will suffice as long as you can stand and walk a few paces).

Cost:   55 EUR / £50

Booking: Payment via PayPal through this link.

You will be sent a Zoom link before event.

If you have any questions, contact


11 Dec 2019


5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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