• Kelli Pallansch

    June 6, 2022 at 8:35 am

    It’s an online active breathwork course offered by Erin Telford. I appreciate that she used to be a practicing acupuncturist, as she often speaks from that perspective. Her whole session on anger was describing the emotion from a TCM perspective. I don’t always agree with her personal views, but her sessions are mostly neutral in that sense, and it gives me a little space to remind myself to only take what resonates with me. All her sessions are in group (and greatly range in number of attendees). She talks for a while, then leads everyone in the active breathwork.

    Here is a link to a little intro video to give you an idea: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uqGmGv68PSo#https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uqGmGv68PSo#

    I’ve also been doing remote cranial sacral sessions with Bronwen Williams. She used to live in SF, but had to relocate back to England a year or two ago, and lucky for me she started offering remote sessions (all one-on-one). Here is her website: https://www.bronwenwilliams.co.uk

    Both the active breathwork and the remote cranial sacral work align really well with inner sensing for me. I’m really fine tuning the skills of dropping in and tending to what arises in a profoundly trusting way. Bronwen’s sessions have been really helpful for when I need some hand holding or feel stuck. She offers free introductory online sessions to learn more/ determine if it could be a good fit.