Ingrida

let the body speak

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Ingrida has started her acquaintance with an alive and living body in 2017 in the Somatic Therapy programme in Vilnius, established by Linda Hartley and the Institute for Integrative Bodywork & Movement Therapy, London. While studying in the Institute she also began her studies of Authentic Movement Discipline in Germany at the private practice of her teacher Cornelia Schmitz (Circles of Four). The practice of Authentic Movement Discipline is what has become the axis of Ingrida’s everyday life and her work. It has brought a profound sense of recognition and awakened the desire to be closer to herself and her inner truth. Her deep commitment to this practice, the guidance of Cornelia and a passion for exploration of mysterious and mystical embodied experience help Ingrida to orient herself in the miraculous journey of life. 

 

In the experience of others, Ingrida is first and foremost about being very close to herself. She is about a deep sensitivity that opens a safe space to be. She is also a wealth of knowledge and has  respect for teachers, practice and the person standing before her today.  

​Ingrida is interested in subtle body processes, their anatomy and physiology. She explores the somatic aspect of sleep disorders for many years. In her professional practice Ingrida meets people who experience a heightened sense of vulnerability, fear, anxiety and those having a wish to discover body wisdom and awaken intuition. 

Ingrida’s life is full of creativity and art. Since birth she was in love with music (especially the sounds of piano and cello). Later on she played as accompaniment to children’s ensembles and orchestras in the Suzuki association. Ingrida also paints, writes articles and creates websites. 

The presence of Ingrida is always accompanied by playfulness and love for an authentic and curious nature of a child - the one that lives in the world and the one that is alive in our hearts. 

Ingrida works with both children and adults. She is facilitating groups and individual consultations.

EXPERIENCE

 

09 2020 - now         

Assistant in the study programme of the Institute for Integrative Bodywork and Movement Therapy

2018 - now         

Therapist and a play companion for children in private practice 

 

2018 - now

Bodywork and Movement Therapy Practitioner in the project „Journey of a Hero“​​

 

09 2020 - 04 2021

Bodywork and Movement Therapy Practitioner in “Penkių Pojūčių Namai” 

 

01 2020 - 09 2020 

Teacher in Senses Laboratory in Vilnius Humanistic School  

 

EDUCATION

08 2018 - now         

Studies of Authentic Movement Discipline at a private practice of Cornelia Schmitz, Germany, Braunschweig

 

09 2017 - 08 2020           

Somatic Therapy studies, Institute for Integrative Bodywork and Movement Therapy, London, UK 

 

2013 - 2017           

Bachelor of Informatics, Vilniaus University

 

OTHER TEACHERS

   

Sandra Reeve​

Susan Aposhyan

Zarey

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Ingrida is for me first and foremost about being very close to herself. She is about hearing what is her truth of this moment, about sensitivity, deep sensitivity next to which a safe space for being opens to others. I feel that Ingrida really cares for another person.

 

— Inga Dirsytė - Tubienė,

    Psychologist, Bodywork and Movement Therapy Practitioner

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