Resiliency is often defined as the ability to rebound or bounce back after adversity. From an Embodied Flow™ perspective, resilience is a state of responsiveness and equanimity that allows for flexibility to change with situational demands without losing oneself. It is a skill set that can be acquired and utilized in every aspect of life. Resilience enables an individual to anchor in themselves to arrive more fully into the present moment with the ability to glean its meaning and purpose.
Through movement, meditation, exploration, and lectures we will explore over 20 elements derived from various holistic modalities that develop resilience. These techniques and strategies can allow you to more effectively navigate and grow from stressors, challenges, and even pleasures. In cultivating resilience, you can learn to take risks more comfortably, bounce back from hardship, navigate differences, balance more things simultaneously, and expand your capacity to respond to cumstances with increasing skill and ease.
Introduction To Embodied Flow™ Somatic Movement Therapy
An Introduction to Embodied Flow Somatic Movement Therapy offers healing arts practitioners and individuals interested in integrative mind-body medicine tools to enhance mental, emotional, physical, and biological functions to bring optimal well-being and healing. For this approach, healing is the processes of returning to the felt sense of wholeness through the integration of support, expression, and movement.
This workshop will be an introduction to this experiential model for psychophysical healing and self discovery. This approach utilizes evidence-based practices and research in the field of somatics, biology, sociology, psychology, manual therapy, and spirituality to increase awareness and attention to inner sensations and subtleties of one sense of self, establish clarity and efficiency of movement patterns, unpack and processes emotions in a way that promotes resiliency, and cultivates a deeper connection to the natural world.
”A living body is not a fixed thing but a flowing event”
Bio Scott Lyons
Dr. Scott Lyons is dedicated to teaching embodiment as a way of exploring human development, healing, growth and transformation. His deep passion is to integrate somatic practices, transpersonal inquiry and scholarly research into the creative and healing arts.
Scott is a Clinical Psychologist and Mind-Body Medicine practitioner who specializes in therapies for infants, youth, and adults. He is a Certified Body-Mind Centering Teacher and Practitioner, Cranio-Sacral Therapist, Visceral Manipulation Therapist, Neuro-Developmental Therapist, Infant Developmental Movement Educator, Registered Movement Therapist and Educator, Trauma Therapist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Thai Massage Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Mindfulness-based Executive Coach, Experiential Anatomy/ Developmental Movement and Yoga Practitioner, and a 500-hour registered yoga teacher. Additionally he holds a BFA in Theater/Psychology, MFA in Dance/Choreography, MS in Clinical Psychology, and a PhD in Clinical Psychology and Mind-Body Medicine.
Scott is the co-creator of Embodied Flow™ and has had the privlage of teaching Embodied Flow™ and Body-Mind Centering™ workshops and trainings throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. He was adjunct at New York University from 2007-2010 where he co-taught the Viewpoints Studio with Mary Overlie. As an artist, Scott’s work has been performed at BAM, Symphony Space, Dance New Amsterdam as well as theaters throughout the United States and Europe.
Foundational to Scott’s teaching is the principle that we can, through intention, expand our capacity to meet and be met. In this way, we can offer the profound gift to our self, others, and the environment of being heard, seen, and feeling felt at a cellular level.