Shannon Cooney is a dancer, choreographer and teacher in the field of contemporary dance. From her base in Berlin, Germany, she keeps strong links with Canada her native country.
She produces her own choreographies, performs, and teaches internationally.
Partnering her work in dance, she is a Craniosacral therapist with a private practice in Berlin and a travelling practice.
Craniosacral is interwoven in her teaching and creative process.
Private sessions in craniosacral bodywork can be arranged through this web email address or by phone.
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NEW WORKSHOP** In Spring 2016:
“The Practice of the Practitioner: a guide to hands-on bodywork from a craniosacral perspective”
This is a two-part workshop in April 2016 spanning over two weekends: 15-17.04.16 and 30.04-01.05.2016. Part One is introduction and fundamental techniques. Part Two advancing the techniques and practices.
This workshop teaches fundamental and enhancement skills in the practice of touch.
Practices taught will include: in-depth sensing methods, practitioner’s posture and ways to facilitate its fluid adaption, sense-oriented and mind-integrated meditations, hand movement techniques, and orientation to craniosacral system stillness.
This is taught via a combination of lecture and practice of the non-invasive hands-on techniques on self and others work and personally directed feedback.
The workshop is limited to a maximum of 12 persons, so please secure your registration by April 5, 2016, This workshop is open to people who have a hands-on bodywork practice, for example: craniosacral practitioners, Dance and Yoga Instructors working with touch, massage therapists, healing touch, nurses u.a
220€ Part One, 15.04.16: 17:00-19:30, 16.-17.04.2016: 10:00-16:00
200€ Part Two, 30.04.- 01.05.16 10:00-16:00
Ongoing Classes in Dynamic Expansion in Berlin
Thursday mornings 9:30-11:30 Tanzfabrik Berlin Kreuzberg
Go to the teaching section of this website for information on my teaching practice of working with the Craniosacral system through movement into dance.