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About Fluid Presence with Shantam
Length of a Session:
Each Session is unique. Usually 1 hour and a half is an ideal length of time to achieve the maximum benefit from a session, however there are times when longer sessions are appropriate.
Cost of a session:
Sessions at PremShala are $125 and are one and a half hours in length including intake & integration time at the end. Session prices may vary according to location.
How can I receive a session?
If you would like to try this gentle yet profound water work contact Shantam to make an inquiry or schedule an appointment at the Water Temple at PremShala in a warm, chemical-free pool nestled among California oak trees on her property in Lake County, CA. Sessions may also be booked by request at Harbin Hot Springs, Spirit Lake Bed & Breakfast in Lower Lake, Santa Barbara, San Diego and the Los Angeles area and various other locations where warn water therapy pools can be found.
Shantam is a world renowned instructor of Watsu, WaterBreath Dancing, WaterDance, Presence of Being and the creator of Fluid Presence, a holistic new approach to Self Realization and embodied Awareness on land and in water. Shantam offers courses, mentoring, private instruction as well as exploring how the water can support you on the spiritual path. Please contact her for more information.
Phone: (707) 995-2677
I also invite inquiries about how warm water meditations, explorations or how sessions might be utilized to enhance your workshop or retreat. I have been collaborating with group leaders from various fields and blending the water-inquiry environment with other modalities for many years. To the participants' delight, they find that through their experiences in the water, the depth of their own Self discovery is greatly enhanced.
"Shantam offers Fluid Presence sessions during my Women's
Yoga Retreat at Harbin Hot Springs in California each year. It is a
wonderful way to just let go and be gently and skillfully guided back
to a primal, fluid and very peaceful state. The releasing work we do
in yoga is continued in the waterwork, enabling students to make some
profound changes and breakthroughs. The support and fluidity of the
water is remembered in the body and adds a flowing and playful quality
to the classes."