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Exploring Your Fascial Body The Power of Interoception and Embodiment

For everyone.

Cultivate embodied presence—and improve your posture—by learning how to sense your body from within, also known as interoception. Mary Bond guides you in exploring this concept through lecture, experiential anatomy, somatic contemplations, self-study, dyad exercises, basic asana, and applications to the activities of daily living.

  • Learn about fascia, the organ of interoception, and how it impacts physical resilience.
  • Experience tensegrity, the architectural principle that organizes your structure.
  • Explore your “peripersonal space,” or kinesphere—the space surrounding the body in stillness and in motion.
  • Expand your spatial perception, freeing up your posture, movement, and worldview. 

Mary Bond’s message about the power of interoception and embodiment is an antidote to today’s culture of urgency and distraction. Her somatic philosophy is also a perfect accompaniment to yoga and other body disciplines. Return home with practices that can transform your yoga or Pilates experience—as well as how it feels to dance, clean the house, and go grocery shopping. Expanding your embodiment can even improve your relationships.

Recommended reading Mary Bond, The New Rules of Posture: How to Sit, Stand and Move in the Modern World; and Your Body Mandala: Posture as a Path to Presence.

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Fascia: Organ of Interoception


Mary Bond, MA, a Rolf Movement® coach, Registered Somatic Movement Educator, and emerita faculty of the Rolf Institute®, teaches a sensory approach for transforming posture, movement, and worldview internationally.

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