21 November 2012

KMP Massage Demo Online - Feedback

Recently, I gave a Free KMP Massage Demo live online over the Webinar. Here are the feedback from all the three participants.


 "This demo on KMP massage was informative as it gave a vocabulary of terms to specific movement patterns.  The instructor would demonstrate the movement, and we would follow.  It was clear to see her movements in the camera.  She would demonstrate specific hands up close and whole body movements further away.  The instructor answered questions participants had.  The start of the meeting was unorganized as participants struggled with technical challenges.  I would recommend logging in at least 15 minutes prior to the start time of the course, to make sure these technical difficulties are already dealt with.  The instructor was knowledgeable on the topic and gave clear explanations and demonstrations of each movement pattern.  Input about the use of these patterns on children with autism was great!  Would love more of this!"

~ Laura Lynne Simonson


Dear Liz, it was eye-opening for me to join in the KMP massage demo. Even though, it was done online, your instructions were clear and having a partner to practise on, was very good as we could see and feel the effects of each rhythm. For me, the KMP massage was eye-opening because I did not know there were so many different ways we could use our hands or fingers or even wrists and each rhythm could give such a different feel when applied on another's back.

Henry and I have enjoyed learning about the different KMP rhythms and we have also used the techniques taught during the demo on each other and also on our 21 month old daughter.

Thank you for availing yourself to teach us. God bless, Karen and Henry and little Joan :)


"This is the first time i'm doing training on-line and i must say that i was able to learn easily, although at first i thought it might be a bit difficult learning movements on-line!  Elizabeth was very clear and answered my queries clearly.  Thanks a heap!"  ~ A.K., Therapist


EM is offering KMP online course on Tension-Flow Rhythm Part One on 24 November and 12 December. Check it out on our website www.embodied-movement.com and for registration click on Contact Us Tab

KMP Workshop - 'Moving the Rhythm' is based on the Tension-Flow Rhythm and has been run twice in Singapore. In March 2013, a re-run of the workshop will be held.  Part Two on Tension-Flow Attributes will be held after Part One in another visit. 

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12 November 2012


Words shared by participants during the workshop ' Looking into the Lens, Into the Inner World.'

2 November 2012

Testimony - Women's Group Retreat

 Women's Group Retreat - Womanhood - 3 Rs
*Rediscover, Revitalise, Reconnect - Our Womenhood*

* This is a small group where women from all walks of life came together in Singapore, giving oneself the time & space, a 'me' time for self. Having worked with women's groups in my internship and motivated from my own personal journey, I feel it is essential to give support to women. Thus, I initiated this group retreat in my visit to Singapore in October 2012. It is a confidential group and no photos and video were taken during the process. I am thankful that the women are willing to share their journey in my blog. Here they are:-

* To request to facilitate women's group internationally, visit www.embodied-movement.com to view our services and click on Contact Us tab.
Sharing from C:
a mother juggling a full time job and two active children with very different personalities, life is a constant blur of meeting work deadlines, managing the children's routines and keeping the house in order. Time sometimes goes by so quickly, I am always surprised to find that another year has gone by. When  I decided to attend the women's retreat, I did not know quite what to expect, other than that it would comprise of some movement and art-related activities. What happened during the retreat however, surprised me as I encountered emotions I never thought would need releasing. We were introduced to transactional analysis theory, and learnt how each of us operate at different ego-states. While I had encountered the model in the course of my work, I never had a chance to apply it to my personal life until now. When we were given time to reflect on what the "child" in us used to be like and how we could represent her, a flood of emotions came over me. At that moment, I realised that amidst the busyness of work and family, the "little girl" aspect of myself was desperately calling out to be cared for too. The tears that followed was a fantastic form of release and it came partly due to the pent-up frustrations at the frantic pace of life, but mostly because I was also grieving for the "little child" in me that had been neglected for so long. I don't usually express strong emotions outside of my family, and the fact that I did so freely during the workshop is testament to the ease I felt under Elizabeth's reassuring guidance during the session. Her unhurried facilitation and encouragement to let go and give myself time to recover helped me to feel much calmer and more recharged at the end of the retreat. More importantly, I am now more conscious of the need to give myself time and space to nurture the inner self. As life gets back on schedule and work and family demands grow, it's going to be difficult at times to remember to practise self-care, but I'm glad I got started and intend to remind myself to do so. 

Sharing from TT:
 "A momentary time travel to my childhood - a forgotten part of myself - a carefree, innocent and joyful little girl with full and free self-expressions and nary a care what others think! A sweet and liberating experience."

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