FSBA – Florida Society for Bioenergetic Analysis
October 21-23, 2022 | Alachua, FL
Open to All!
Alexander Lowen’s Bioenergetics offers a powerful means for:
“…[P]eople to regain their primary nature, which is the condition of being free, the state of being graceful and the quality of being beautiful. Freedom, grace, and beauty are the natural attributes of every animal organism. Freedom is the absence of inner restraint to the flow of feeling, grace is the expression of this flow in movement, while beauty is a manifestation of the inner harmony such a flow engenders.” Freedom, grace, and beauty “denote a healthy body and therefore, a healthy mind.” *
You are invited to join us at this workshop to deepen your felt sense of self and trust in yourself and others, enhance your ability to stand in your power, grow your self-love and freedom to express yourself, and help clarify what you want through connecting with your true self.
Participants will learn and hone important skills of feeling your core or felt sense of self, grounding, boundaries, and clearing. Come connect, share, have fun, and be inspired to “feel fully, breathe deeply and move freely.”
* A. Lowen, Honoring the Body
SAFETY POLICY: At this trying time, we must limit to attendees who show a negative Covid test 2-3 days before the event, and also test negative upon arriving to the event.
Kelly Nenezian, LMHC – Kelly Nenezian is the president of Gainesville Healing House and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She worked in a residential facility for several years treating individuals suffering with serious mental health conditions and addictions. She then began working at Sarkis Family Psychiatry where she utilized her skills to help adolescents, adults, couples, families, and seniors manage and recover from trauma, depression, anxiety and other disorders. She also has experience helping individuals learn to manage disorders such as ADHD, OCD, personality disorders and more. In 2018, Kelly founded Gainesville Healing House where she provides deep healing for individuals, couples. and families through Bioenergetics and other modalities.
Gary Peter, PhD – Gary Peter researches and teaches plant genetics at the University of Florida. He completed the training program at FSBA and is a certified bioenergetic coach. FSBA bioenergetics training is taught by a distinguished set of domestic and international trainer/practitioners whose approaches span from classical Alexander Lowen to newer South American styles. In addition to bioenergetics coaching, he is trained as a Cornerstone coach, is certified in vibrational healing, and is completing training to be a facilitator in family constellations.
We invite you to register for this workshop. Please click here to redirect to our payment portal (bioenergeticspress.com):
“Early Bird” registration for this workshop extends until October 14th, and the fee is $325 per attendee.
After October 14th, the registration fee for this workshop will be $400 per attendee.
To ask question about this workshop, please fill out the “Comments? Questions?” form at the bottom of this page, call 352-660-5368, or email email@example.com
The closest airports are Jacksonville International (JAX) in Florida, which is an hour and 20 minutes away by car, and the Gainesville Regional (GNV) which is a 20 min. drive. International trainees frequently use the Orlando, Tampa and Miami airports.
The Florida Society for Bioenergetics offers 13 State of Florida CE credits to Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Clinical Social Workers. Our CEUs are also accepted for State of Florida Psychologist and by the Board for many other helping professions. MH 2814
The workshop will be held at a newly and fully renovated “barn” on beautiful land in rural Alachua County. Because we strongly encourage out-of-town participants to stay on site to enjoy the community of the group and the peacefulness of the land, we are offering four bedrooms upstairs at the “barn” for rent at $35/night per person for dual occupancy (total $70 for Friday and Saturday).
In the event that these bedrooms are filled, alternate “cottage” accommodations are available, approximately an 8 minute drive away.
Workshop events from 7:00-9:00 pm
(please eat dinner before you arrive)
Continental breakfast provided until 9:00 am
Workshop events from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Lunch break from 12:30-2:00 pm
(not provided – delivery, dine-out, or BYO)
Workshop events from 2:00 – 5:30 pm
Group Dinner (provided) at 6:15 pm
Continental breakfast provided until 9:00 am
Workshop events from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
(snack breaks included)