As human beings we are wired for connection. We long for connection and we struggle in connection. As little ones, we need connection to survive and later in life we thrive more when we feel connected.
As adults, we often build and maintain connection through verbal dialogue. Yet the majority of what we actually experience in connection happens in the body through sensations and feelings that are rarely addressed let alone expressed in the moment.
So, what would shift if we let the body do the talking? If we leave words aside and connect with another through breath, touch, sound and movement? What would be the embodied truth revealed in the moment?
Primal Play is a practice that allows for attuned meetings of such embodied truth.
It is an invitation to SLOW DOWN to feel and follow the life between you and another in this very moment without any need to get anywhere. Small movements, big awareness.
It is an experiment of tuning into the simplicity of bodies communicating as they find their ‘we space’ of connection to self just as much to another.