Poetry in Water

Steve’s approach to Aquatic Bodywork is rooted in Craniosacral Therapy and Watsu as well as incorporating elements of dance, breath-work and underwater submersions. His sessions are characterized by being completely improvised, following the organic choreography of the body in water: “With an actor’s skill to step outside of my self and into another, I listen, and you may open.

With the basic premise of being with, rather than doing to, we will allow the primal dance to unfold. The subtle impulses and infinite pulsations of expansion and contraction shall be our guide, tracing the spirals in water beyond space and time. And as we are led through the waves of chaos or the tides of calm, stories of togetherness and letting go may surface and vanish until movement itself returns to stillness and the self dives into emptiness.

At the Being Gathering you will be able to book a Poetry in Water individual session.

These will be one to one sessions that will require advanced booking, they are by donation starting from 60€ and are subject to availability.

Please make your way to the Therapies Booking Space in the Being Fields to make your bookings.

Therapists offering Poetry in Water:

Steve Karle

Steve Karle is an Aquatic Bodywork practitioner, certified WATSU teacher and Craniosacral Therapist. He is director of the British School of Aquatic Bodywork and founder of Poetry in Water. Steve originally studied music and drama but after a healing journey veered towards the healing arts studying a wide range of eastern and western approaches finally specializing in water. Steve’s approach is based on creating a neutral listening space in water that allows an authentic and spontaneous journey through movement, stillness and touch to take place. His method is rooted in Craniosacral Therapy and Watsu as well as incorporating elements of dance, breath-work and underwater submersions. Fields of interest include trauma work and prenatal development as well as working with special needs children. Apart from offering sessions, Steve teaches his approach within the British School of Aquatic Bodywork’s Foundation course and will be teaching elements of it in his workshops during the festival.

http://www.poetryinwater.com
http://www.aquaticbodywork.uk
http://www.facebook.com/poetryinwater