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Waterdance (WaTa) 1 course in Brussels (BELGIUM) 18-27 february 2022

Waterdance 1 Février 2022 Belgium
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800,00 EUR
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Pay now only a deposit of 300 Eur (and the rest the first day of the course) using the coupon DEP-300/800EUR before paying on the cart page. CALL US +32 495 270018
CALL US +34686408473
Course starts Friday, 18 February 2022 at 9:00 Course ends Sunday, 27 February 2022 at 18:00

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Note about arrival and departure: We recommend arriving at least 30 minutes before beginning of the class in order to complete your registration and familiarize yourself with the facility. The daily class schedule will be communicated on the first day of class (indicatively every day from 09:00h to 18:30h, with a lunch break).
We will need each and every single hour of the class, so please do your best to arrive in time and organize your travel back home in such a way that you won’t need to leave before the end of class.
What to bring: - Comfortable clothes for land classes
- 2 Swim suits, lycra swim cap, towel/bath robe, pool flip flops, products for the shower and care of your skin.
- 1-1,5 litres bottle of water in plastic or metal.
- Minerals for rehydratation.
- Logbook, manuals of previous courses, notebook and pen.
- Your floats.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

WaTa (WasserTanz, WaterDance) was developed in 1987 by the Swiss Arjana C. Brunschwiler and Peter Schröter. WaTa is an advanced technique of aquatic work where the recipient is - with the help of a nose clip - brought gradually underwater in a three-dimensional weightlessness experience. Working with the breath soothes the person, the body relaxes and the apneas get longer without effort during the session, always adjusted to the capacities the person receiving. It follows a liberation of the movements in the water thus creating a form of underwater dance.
WaTa moves sometimes recall those of Japanese Aikido, classical ballet, swimming dolphins and sometimes even the cradling of the fetus in the womb - constantly evoking a dancing element, even playful. The body is animated by an undulatory movement, the sequences on the surface and under water follow each other according to the respiratory rhythm of the recipient.
WaTa helps release major physical and emotional tensions. It can provoke a spatio-temporal shift in which altered states of consciousness and a feeling of deep relaxation arise. Impressions of pleasure and joy often appear. WaTa is a form of body and energy technique that combines play, dance, fluidity and harmony. It is aimed at all those who are willing to be accompanied under water, surrender to the power of breathing and the joys of dancing under water.
Course content
In the water, we will discover the basic movements of WaTa and learn to establish a rhythm that works with any breath pattern. By moving different types of bodies in the water, we learn to adapt our technique and find more security, fluidity and poetry in our movements. Moreover, by bringing the person under water through kumbhaka (retention of breath in the Pranayama), she is invited to relax and touch deep states of silence, freedom and joy.

To balance this powerful aquatic work, it is essential to be able to enjoy a space for growth and authentic encounter with oneself and each other in our natural element - Earth. A wide range of exercises will be offered in a carefully prepared practice room or outdoors, weather permitting.

Daily schedule (informative): We start the day with a meditation before breakfast. We then work all morning in the pool (except on day 1). After a good lunch break we spend the afternoon working indoors or in the nature. Finally, before or after dinner, participants have the opportunity to practice in the water what they learned in the morning.
DURATION & CREDITS 6D_50H PREREQUISITES Any of the following seminars:
- WaTa Fundamentals
- Basic Seminar
- Watsu Basic (Watsu Transition Flow highly recommended)
- Healing Dance 1.
INSTRUCTOR(S) Yves Delattre COURSE VENUE Au bord de l’eau
Chaussée d’Alsemberg, 620
1180 Uccle (Bruxelles)
BELGIQUE
ACCOMMODATION AND HOW TO GET THERE Google maps

Tea, herb tea, spring water and snacks offered.
Students coming from afar or not willing to commute can stay in the classroom (10 euro per night). There is a microwave oven for heating food but for security reasons there are no stoves and no portable cookers are allowed. We provide a mattress and a pillow. Just bring a sleeping bag or duvet and a pillow case. Otherwise, plenty of BnB options in the neighborhood.
Access by public transport: Bus 37, 38, 41, 43, 70, 98 - Tram 4, 51, 92 (alight at Héros)

REGISTRATION

Places are limited to guarantee each participant will receive personalized attention from the instructor(s).
Registration will be accepted on a first come - first serve basis.
The registrations will be valid only upon receipt of the deposit (or full tuition), and completion of the Registration Form duly filled with all requested personal data. The balance must be paid on the first day of the course in cash please. We won't be able to accept credit cards or cheques.
INCLUDED IN THE COURSE TUITION Professional, highly effective -yet fun- instructors' teaching during course hours. Certificate of participation issued by the International School of Watsu. Learning materials (course manual and video). Fee to use of all class related facilities. TO PAY SEPARATELY Travel expenses, food and lodging costs (see details in the 'ACCOMMODATION' section).

CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellation gives no right to any refund of the course tuition paid.
In case the minimum number of students is not achieved the organization has the faculty to postpone or cancel the course. In case of cancellation you will be refunded the full deposit with no further compensation. In case of postponement the deposit will be refunded to the students who request it.
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