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SPACE & FLOW

 

Born out of Raphan's wish for a collective yet truly individual artistic expression of Vinyasa Yoga, SPACE & FLOW is a movement practice promoting kinaesthetic awareness and 'learning through the body' as the greatest agents for positive personal and social change.

SPACE & FLOW

S&F is a movement-based Yoga practice promoting a healthy spine and joints, muscular strength and body-mind awareness. 

The physical practice is based on spinal and joint integrity, muscular strength and the understanding of the role of the nervous system in growth, physical potential and ultimately health.

Greatly inspired by schools of somatic education such as Feldenkrais, the Space & Flow method combines a multi-faceted approach that draws from various fields of practice like martial arts and dance, and from the world of strength & conditioning and that of body therapy. 

The growth and ongoing development of S&F is marked by a diversity of sources and this mobility is another important aspect of its essence. 

Space & Flow benefits from a close relationship to Sufism, and to Tantra and Zen Buddhism.

About Raphan

Raphan Kebe is an international somatic movement teacher and trainer who offers grounded and practical teachings focused on helping conscious, intuitive, and artistic teachers to share their practice of yoga, movement, and somatic inquiry.
 
Raphan’s creativity and curiosity led him to develop his own innovative movement method – SPACE & FLOW - which he teaches online, through workshops, mentoring programmes, and now his own teacher training. He is the host of the TALKING TEACHING & FLOW Podcast, a podcast dedicated to the art of teaching and featuring teachers, trainers, and coaches who all share a deep appreciation for the sharing of knowledge.
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Originally from Paris - France, Raphan has been based in London for more than 20 years and is currently working towards UKCP accreditation as a Hypno-Psychotherapist..

Education seems to be primarily a process of transferring information to the intellect, but what if we were to ask, 'what would an education of the body look and feel like?'             

Raphan

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