BASEWORKS WORKSHOPS WITH Satoko Horie at PRICELESS FESTIVAL CALIFORNIA
Jul 02, 2015 - Jul 05, 2015
Baseworks Practice is structured into 4 modules with different physical prerequisites and learning objectives. All modules are taught in the same teaching methodology, ensuring a consistent learning experience. These workshops will offer an introduction to the foundation and structure of the method.
Priceless is an annual music, art, creative community festival event surrounded by the majestic Sierra mountains in California.
**Equally suitable for total beginners or experienced practitioners of any movement background.
** Baseworks practice is not designed only as a progression toward achievement. Whatever the proficiency, students are recommended to continue practicing at all the modules to inter-apply the methodology between each module.
BASEWORKS Practice Certified Teacher | BT3 | BA in Policy Management | MA in Developmental Studies | ACE Personal Trainer | Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified | Curriculum Design | Interpreter
Satoko enjoys her life as a constant explorer, a challenger of limits, and an experimenter in new domains. She is a facilitator on Teacher Trainings, organising courses that integrate contemplative practices and expressive arts, and is the communication portal via interpretation, translation, interviewing and writing about visionaries. She is a BASEWORKS Practice Tier 3 Certified Teacher (BT3).
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