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“Jamie's workshops have felt spacious, light, tender and kind. I feel wholeheartedly nourished and closer to myself through his work. There is always something new I understand. I return home inspired and curious.” – Clarissa, Artist and Teacher

"I find twice a week to be a vertical step up in my practice. I noticed after the first week how I was integrating the practice more often throughout my day, even on the days we didn't meet. Practicing with others amplifies the benefits of the practice. This work is valuable in my everyday life, and in my life as a teacher and artist. I notice how many people are benefiting; not only my students - their ease and calm is making waves in their families and work places." - Kate, Somatic Movement Teacher


Thinking Body, Sensing Mind Online


SPRING: april 13-May 20, 2020
12 Class Series - Mondays & Wednesdays 9-10am (Pacific Time)

a sliding scale is offered from $60-$180 FOR THIS SERIES

Each session is recorded for participant downloading and playback

Thinking Body, Sensing Mind is an online series of 60 minute experiences designed to create more physical ease and self-awareness by exploring the basics: breath, alignment, self-contact, and subtle movement while sitting.

These somatic explorations are derived from the Embodied Mindfulness protocol for increasing bodily awareness, relaxation, and presence.

We gift ourselves with some breathing room and create a restorative break from the world by giving spacious attention to our bodies in movement and stillness.

Suitable for all levels of physical conditioning and experience, this class is especially designed for people who want to commit to a daily bodymind practice.

To register:
Send a check to Jamie McHugh, PO Box 250, Albion, CA 95410
Or send payment to: naturebeingart@gmail.com at Paypal




“To stop your mind does not mean to stop the activities of the mind. It means your mind pervades your whole body." - Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Master

"Being mindful is not a matter of thinking more clearly about experience; it is the act of experiencing more clearly. Mindfulness simply demands that we pay close attention to the flow of experience in each moment." - Sam Harris