In these pandemic times, we are offering a mixture of online events, some for free and some as a sliding scale, as a way to stay connected to the pulse of life, to the power of the dance and the resilience of being in community.
If you can’t make the live events there is an archive (see below) where all recordings are stored so that you can participate in your own time. *All sliding scale events will be free to Study Hub members.
An Introduction to the Healing Medicine of Movement
Ya’Acov’s passion as a practicing shaman is to help you to recognise the resources that you are made from, the wisdom that is held within you and the power, presence and purpose of the Inner Shaman or Healer that he believes is a massively supportive aspect of our human inheritance. Over the past three decades, Ya’Acov has guided people from all walks of life around the world to discover the empowerment that comes from taking responsibility for what working with the inheritance we have received from our ancestors. Inter-generational healing is not just about acknowledging the suffering in our past. It also invites us to honour and celebrate the dignity and strength of our ancestors and the spark of life they kept burning for us.
Come and get a little taste for FREE of the power you have to make meaning from the past that empowers you and the ones you love here in the present. For the love of life. See you there.
*Please note that our clocks have changed in the UK. This may affect our usual time difference. You can use this timezone tool to help you.
If you can't make it live, you can return at any time to see the recording.
Participation in these webinars is fully at the risk and choice of participants. It is each person's responsibility to look after their physical, emotional and mental well being. Listen to your own body. If something hurts, pay attention and take care of yourself. All participants are asked to move at their own pace and to take care of themselves on all levels. Ya’Acov, Susannah, all people connected to 21 Gratitudes and to the School of Movement Medicine can take no responsibility for injury you sustain as a result of participating in these webinars.