Beauty in fluid motion: A healing dance weaving together massage, yoga, stillness, relaxation, meditative presence, and somatic therapy with the magic of water.
Each session is individualized and unique. An Aguahara session begins, similar to Wastu, with gentle movements, massage and stretching on the surface. This branch of aquatic therapy also includes underwater moves that create an experience of expansion, a feeling of flight and freedom, and often a journey into other realms where a wide variety of possibilities exist for experiencing pure joy, emotional release and somatic healing.
To learn more about this aquatic practice, check out this video with the founder of Aguahara: Alexander Siebenstern and my teacher, Sandra Morell.
Watch this video to view an Aguahara session with Kellyfish.
Kelly will be offering private sessions in March 2022 in pools and the sea of San Agustinillo, Mexico.
And this summer in bodies of water in Northern California and Southern Oregon.
If you are interested in exploring this aquatic art & water dance, check out my retreat at Summerlake Hotsprings offered this summer.
Contact me for more details:
530-859-2175 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I had the extreme pleasure of attending Kelly’s Aguahara Retreat at Summerlake Hot Springs. Kelly created a friendly, fun, and healing atmosphere for us to learn & practice aquatic bodywork in. We also got to play with a kind of aquatic contact improv that I recommend highly for anyone who hasn’t yet had the opportunity to dive into that form of ecstatic communion. Additionally the facility itself is an aquatic body workers dream! The Summerlake main hot pool is a delightful temperature, the desert sky is epically beautiful, and the cabins are very cozy, comfortable, and close to the springs. In just a few days I felt myself completely unwind, relax, and even begin to restructure myself. Being fed delicious meals nourished me deeply. I was able to simply be present & work on my own healing process. For anyone who can attend one of Kelly’s retreats: do!