2019 May 9-11 DUO.WATSU Basic with Tomasz Zagorski in Krakow

Esta clase es 25 horas jueves - sábado in Krakow...
szaman3w@wp.pl

This is an advanced workshop for people who want to go beyond classical frame of Watsu session. You will explore new approach to the original idea of Watsu developed by Harold Dull - creating new way of nonverbal communication between people using water environment. It expands towards more than two participants and creates opportunity for three, four and more people to communicate between each other at the time. This creates unique interactions between participants – both receivers and givers, and whitness.
There are no road signs in this course. You will learn specific techniques of work in/with two pairs, two givers and one receiver, other configurations as well as smooth transitions, correct support and other useful tips. The added value of this workshop is improvement of awareness of Open space and other participants, an ability to slow down your individual session. As some movements and touches appear without knowing “why, how”, we easier and deeper drop together into Not knowing oneness.

Tomasz Zagorski

Tomasz Zagorski has an educational background as a physical education teacher and athletic coach. Additional education are sports therapy, different kinds of massage and manual therapy. He has opened his doctoral thesis concerning applications of Watsu among endurance athletes at Academy of Physical Education in Krakow. He is the owner of a leading massage company HandsOn which serving and teaching massage for many years. He works with top level athletes including several Olympic Champions and medalists as well as World Record holders. He is founder and president of Aquatic Therapy Development Association Watsu Polska which made a huge promotion of Watsu in press articles, internet, during presentations on SPA expos, in universities and clinics.
In teaching Tomasz Zagorski combine his passion for Watsu, academic knowledge and experience from years of work with many interesting people. "To give Students both: knowledge and skills for safe and effective work with clients and passion for this work such I have since my first course in 2000".
The main concern is safety and quality of touch and movements – the new approach for water work for better effectiveness and satisfaction from the work.
Tomasz is a former distance runner, he loves to travel, playing golf and skiing.