Gaia Lamb's journey into mind/body psychology began with a graduate program in psychology. In 1980, inspired by Satprem's Mind of the Cells and Emily Conrad's Continuum Movement, she began a mind-of-the-cells yoga within the Integral Yoga of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. She also discovered the power of the spiral—the universal shakti—in her work with the vortex energies in Sedona, Arizona.
The outcome was Body Bliss, a somatic program for personal and planetary healing and transformation, which she has taught throughout the U.S., at Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry, in Auroville, and at AUM 2011.
Gaia's work incorporates psychophysical movement, Continuum Movement, aikido, t'ai chi, Lomi bodywork, Reiki, vipassana-meditation, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), and various form of bodywork including Thai massage and the Neurolink Integration System.
Body Bliss Workshop
"We want an integral transformation, the transformation of the body and all its activities."—The Mother
The body is our crucible for evolution. In this session we will use breath, sound, and gentle as well as subtle movement to discover a kind of refined sensation—subtle, clear, luminous, acute—which penetrates deep. We will work to awaken a greater physical receptivity, plasticity, creativity, and adaptability.