1:1 Sessions with Sylvie Minot are available for those interested in exploring in-depth movement individually. Sylvie tracks the body and follow its lead. While the body holds onto stories that may no longer serve us, it also holds resources. In these sessions you can bring awareness to patterns that manifest themselves in the body and show up in various aspects of everyday life. Move with and through the places that are stuck. Sylvie also helps people move through challenges that stand in the way of their life path.
Practices that can be incorporated in the session, depending on the individual:
Cost for 90 minute session: $210
Small Group Sessions (2 – 4 people) involve work similar to 1:1 sessions. Each individual experiences their unique process while also receiving the support of others and dealing with whatever social interactions bring up. Length of sessions depends on how many are in the group.
Cost for group sessions varies based on size and length of session
Private Sessions Package
1:1 sessions - three 90-minute sessions
Two 1/2 hour consultations and debrief sessions
Choice of assisting 4-6 outreach classes
Two 5Rhythms classes
Lodging for 2 weeks
Cost for package: $1350 with lodging / $850 no lodging
Consultations are for movement facilitators and professionals who would like to use movement in deeper ways with their students or clients. Sessions consist of:
Cost ranges from $120-$150/hr
Interested parties can contact Sylvie at email@example.com.
"Doing this deep work within a group was very special, and it showed me how we can relate differently as human beings, connect, and be there for each other with active compassion, presence and respect. Sylvie’s way of working with the body and movement, her strong intuition, generosity, sense of service, and great music guided us through deep, powerful, healing and transformative work, in a way that felt contained, safe and very loving. I will be forever grateful for those days and what they brought."
“The body holds stories and old wounds, and medicine as well. It has the antidote to heal itself. Through moving, we release our stories and allow healing to come through.”