2018 Jun 2-3 Watsu Round with Harold Dull North Oakland

This class is 4 hours 9:30 a.m. Saturday - 1:15 p.m. Sunday in Oakland... Maximum number of students: 12 ... It is taught in English ... The tuition for this course is 155 ... If only doing the Watsu Round part A (Saturday) only or Watsu Round Part B (Advanced with pre-requisite) the course fee is $85.00 for one day. ...
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The unique way breath and movement connect the holder and the held in Watsu is deepened by the way the oversight of a third, the helper, allows the holder to explore that connection, eyes closed.

The weekend's 8 hours in a warm pool, learning and sharing Watsu's Basic Moves in all three roles, is complemented by 4 hours on land learning the Tantsuyoga Round. The holder, eyes closed, the held, and the helper, all move as water as they bring Watsu onto land.

Individuals, couples and those who wish to share this unforgettable experience with their family or friends are welcome.

Watsu, and be watsued, from both sides. Learn to share Watsu's opening moves that connect breath and free the spine, and the Round's new heart connecting tandem completion.
Once Watsu was established as a primary mode of rehabilitation and stress reduction in clinics and spas around the world, Harold started developing the Round as the best way to introduce everybody to the benefits of both receiving and giving Watsu. The new three hour Watsu Round is complete in itself. Even if you never attend another Watsu class, you will never forget what it is to float someone at your heart, or be floated and stretched between two others.

Much of Watsu's unique benefits derive from its containment, both our unconditional whole body holding, and the containment of the warm water. The more we are contained the safer we feel, the deeper we can go within. The round's second holder adds to a containment that helps whatever is freed by Watsu's moves and stretches to find its way to where it is needed.
Watsu also benefits the holders. The oneness they feel with whoever they float at their hearts is their oneness with everything, a oneness enriched by working in threes. Besides helping each other learn the moves, the oversight of a third helps each explore how deep they connect with their eyes closed.
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Harold Dull

Harold Dull is the the creator of Watsu®, Tantsu® and the Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Registry which stores the transcripts of students around the world. Harold trained with the creator of Zen Shiatsu in Japan, Shizuto Masunaga, and the teachers who brought Zen Shiatsu to America, Reuho Yamada and Wataru Ohashi. The profundity and effectiveness of the bodywork forms he has created reflect his passionate practice and deep understanding of energy and the body; the creativity of these forms reflects his background as a poet in the San Francisco Renaissance. His three Watsu books, a new Tantsu book and a collection of his poetry as well as several of his DVDs are available. Harold speaks several languages,which helps him teach his work all over the world. He has been awarded by Water Fitness and Aquatic Therapy associations. Once he completed developing the forms needed in clinics and spas around the world, Harold turned his attention to developing complementary paths that can make Watsu and Tantsu's potential for connection and the creative engagement of our life force universally available, a new humanism in which everybody can float or hold each other without intention.

Feedback from students who have taken this class taught by Harold Dull:

07/11/2017 ... I thought this course was very well taught, the timing and flow went really well.
06/20/2017 ... Its a great class to get an intro to what WATSU is about. It's a comfortable setting and people are nice