Reflexion

- Reflexion

Somatische Pädagogik-Ausbildung Modul 6

Reflexion

Reflexion des Ausbildungsprozesses:

  • Wie kann der Körper unser Lernen begleiten? Wie können wir von ihm lernen?
  • Körper- und Bewegungsarbeit im individuellen Prozess und im Gruppenprozess - somatische Praxis
  • Gruppendynamik
  • Unterrichtskomposition
  • Orientierung auf der Grundlage von Methoden oder Themen
  • Entscheidungskriterien für die Methodenauswahl
  • Erfahrbare Anatomie als Unterrichtsmittel
  • Hands-On Pädagogik in Gruppen
  • Kritische Somatik

Ausführliche Seminarinformationen

300 hrs / 10 modules / 7 somatic methods / 4 instructors 

Didactic Principles Somatic Pedagogy Training

In the interplay of different methods such as Continuum, Feldenkrais Method, Middendorf's Breath Experience, Body-Mind Centering®, experiential anatomy, Authentic Movement and Somatic Yoga, experiences and cognitive processes arise that are of great value for one's own development. In the synergy of movement development and the pedagogy of different somatic approaches, participants are enabled to apply and teach general somatic principles independently and autonomously.

Prerequisites

The entry requirement for the somatic pedagogy training is the completion of the somatic basic training (part 1) or comparable previous experience. Part 1 is devoted to somatic experience and the individual process. Part 2 primarily serves to learn how to teach and convey somatics.

Certification

The completion of Part 1 & Part 2 (500 h) leads to the first level certification as a Somatic Movement Teacher and enables you to teach individuals and groups on the basis of general somatic principles.

Subjects

The Somatic Pedagogy Training combines knowledge from 8 different somatic approaches in the following subjects:

  • Somatic practice & reflection
  • Somatic pedagogy
  • Experiential Anatomy
  • History & Philosophy of Somatics
  • Embodied mediation
  • Teaching practice
  • Hands-on
  • Processing & documentation
  • Research & Integration

Curriculum

  • Module 01: Basics of Somatic Pedagogy I
  • Module 02: Basics of Somatic Pedagogy II
  • Module 03: Viability
  • Module 04: Dimensionality
  • Module 05: Formation
  • Module 06: Reflection
  • Module 07: Resonance
  • Module 08: Complexity
  • Module 09: Cycles
  • Module 10: Embodiment

Module 1: Basics of Somatic Pedagogy I

  • Reflected somatic practice 
  • Pedagogical approach & analysis of the individual methods
  • Pedagogical approach & analysis of synergistic working methods
  • Pedagogy of relatedness (theoretical basics)
  • Principles of embodied facilitation
  • Somatics and language
  • Selected History & Philosophy of Somatics
  • Research and Documentation

Module 2: Basics of Somatic Pedagogy II

  • Reflected somatic practice 
  • Pedagogical approach & analysis of the individual methods
  • Pedagogical approach & analysis of synergistic working methods
  • Pedagogy of relatedness (theoretical basics)
  • Principles of embodied facilitation
  • Somatics and language
  • Selected History & Philosophy of Somatics
  • Research and Documentation

Module 3: Viability

The somatic practice is based on the contents of the GROUND module of the somatic basics training

  • Deepening
  • Reflection on the content
  • Reflection on the methodology
  • Teaching experience, design and composition
  • Early childhood movement development and personality development with regard to trust, stability and support
  • Body systems: cell - fascia / skeleton / musculature / synergy part 1 - inner floors / diaphragms part 1 - organs

Module 4: Dimensionality

The somatic practice is based on the content of the room module of the basic somatic training

  • Deepening
  • Reflection on the content
  • Reflection on the methodology
  • Teaching experience, design and composition
  • Early childhood movement development and personality development in relation to
  • Ability to perceive and orientate
  • Body systems: fascia / skeleton / musculature synergy part 2 - inner floors part 2 - breathing - organs - sensory organs

Module 5: Formation

The somatic practice is based on the content of the Individuation module of the basic somatic training

  • Deepening
  • Reflection on the content
  • Reflection on the methodology
  • Teaching experience, design and composition
  • Early childhood movement development and personality development in relation to the I / other relationship and one's own creative ability
  • Body systems: skin - membranes - labyrinth - sense organs

Module 6: Reflection

Reflection on the training process:

  • How can the body accompany our learning? How can we learn from him?
  • Body and movement work in the individual process and in the group process - somatic practice
  • Group dynamics
  • Lesson composition
  • Orientation based on method or topic
  • Decision criteria for the choice of method
  • Experienced anatomy as a teaching tool
  • Hands-on pedagogy in groups
  • Critical somatic

Module 7: Resonance

The somatic practice is based on the content of the communication module of the basic somatic training

  • Reflection on the training process:
  • Deepening
  • Reflection on the content
  • Reflection on the methodology
  • Teaching experience, design and composition
  • Early childhood language and movement development and personality development in relation to contextual resonance, regulation skills and conflict management
  • Body systems: fluids - endocrine system / glands - head - larynx - hands

Module 8: Complexity

The somatic practice is based on the content of the module Change in basic somatic training

  • Deepening
  • Reflection on the content
  • Reflection on the methodology
  • Teaching experience, design and composition
  • Early childhood movement development and personality development in relation to resistance and fear, disorientation, dissonance, availability and devotion
  • Body systems: nervous system / vegetative nervous system / brain - lungs - cardiovascular system

Module 9: Cycles

The somatic practice is based on the content of the Initiation module of the basic somatic training

  • Deepening
  • Reflection on the content
  • Reflection on the methodology
  • Teaching experience, design and composition
  • Early childhood movement development and personality development in relation to birth and death, basic trust, devotion, sexuality, love
  • Body systems: embryology - sexual organs

Module 10: Embodiment

  • This module serves to integrate all previous content and is devoted to the question of how what has been learned would be embodied or developed in the further personal and / or professional path.
  • On the basis of the individual process documentation of the previous 9 modules, this module offers a framework for an individually confident continuation and authorship of the content in future everyday professional life. The constructive-critical self-reflection and self-assessment are strengthened.
  • The most important aspects of the somatic's responsibility and ethics are touched upon.

If all admission requirements (attendance & teaching samples) are met, the final module leads to certification of the ability to convey the training content to individuals and groups.

Seminarleiter*innen

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Kai Ehrhardt

ehrhardt@somatische-akademie.de 
www.kaiehrhardt.com

Founder of the Somatic Academy Berlin, Breath Therapist/based on the work developed by Prof. Ilse Middendorf, Continuum Teacher and Heilpraktiker (Psychotherapy)

"I had the honor and privilege to learn from the two founders Prof. Ilse Middendorf (Perceptible Breath / Erfahrbarer Atem) and Emilie Conrad (Continuum) and I am pleased to be able to pass on this work." Since 2012, Kai has been developing professional trainings at the Somatic Academy as well as programs dedicated to the application of Somatics in everyday life. He has been a co-curator of the Body IQ festival since 2015. Since 2003, he has developed the approach "Authentic Eros", which integrates - as a somatic application - bodywork, relationship communication and group-dynamic processes in the area of personal and interpersonal development. He is a member of the professional associations Atem, Continuum and ISMETA.

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Marion Evers

evers@somatische-akademie.de 
www.yogaflow.de

Theater, Linguistics & Political Science M.A., Founder of the Somatic Academy Berlin and the Center for Yoga and Voice

many years of work in the field of directing & dramaturgy, author. Since 2004 Yoga teacher and facilitator of the BDY/EYU, Somatic Yoga trainer. Breath therapist according to Prof. Ilse Middendorf, breath & voice instructor. Besides the encounter of eastern and western philosophical concepts of the body, her main interest is the theory & practice of somatic practices as well as the questions of social and political relevance of "somatics" today.

 

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Katja Münker


www.movement-muenker.de / www.kunst-im-gehen.de

Dance | Choreography | Performance | Somatics | Artistic Research | Walking Art | Mountain Hiking Guiding

Continuing education lecturer and director of Environmental Somatics and EMERGE/ Somatic in Dance at the Somatische Akademie Berlin. Member of the German Feldenkrais Association & ISMETA-registered RSME/RSMT/RSDE.

Trained as a physical therapist, Feldenkrais teacher, and mountain hiking guide, as well as in contemporary dance, (contact) improvisation, instant composition.

Conscious and embodied learning, the potential between individual freedom and collective inclusion in the environment, as well as joy, ease, and consciousness in the movement are the focus of her teaching. Her research-oriented practice is informed by deep-sensing investigation and reflecting evaluation. Beyond teaching her work includes performance projects, conference papers, and publications focusing on somatics and choreography, as well as on walking. Regular teaching at universities including FU Berlin, UdK Berlin, and HZT Berlin. Artistic research collaboration with AREAL_artistic research lab Berlin.

www.kunst-im-gehen.de

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Heike Kuhlmann

kuhlmann@somatische-akademie.de 
www.heikekuhlmann.net

Dancer, -educator, choreographer, Body-Mind Centering® SME -Integrative Bodywork and Movement Therapy-SMT, MA Performance Studies/Choreography, Mother

Since 2005 various research formats on dance and somatics. 2010-2021 Global Water Dances Performance Collective of Berlin - site-specific performances on the theme of water. As an ISMETA registered Somatic Dance Movement Educator (RSDME/RSME), she is interested in the human unfolding process, including the ability to meet others at eye level, find freedom of choice, and express creativity. The somatic approaches Body-Mind Centering® and Authentic Movement support creative processes by inviting complexity, dimensionality and diversity The self and relationship to the environment can be explored. Contact Improvisation is a dance form with two or more dancers by sharing a point of contact and weight. 2018-2019 Continuing Education: Discipline of Authentic Movement, Contact Improvisation.

 

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Lehrer

Kai Ehrhardt
Marion Evers
Katja Münker
Heike Kuhlmann

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