Deepening Therapeutic Touch Workshop with Sage Hayes

Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 26-28, 2019

for SE students and practitioners, advanced year and up


Welcome to a new, integrative 2+ day workshop for somatic practitioners who are ready to deepen therapeutic touch skills, and potency in your work.  

This workshop will invite you to tune into your hands and body in service of therapeutic touch work with your clients.  There will be a focus on tending to relational coherence, the potency of healing potential available and understanding the rhythm of the nervous system.

Wherever you are in your SE practice, this workshop will support you to go deeper, attune more clearly and enable systems shifts with your clients.

Topics Covered:

  • Presence & potency

  • Tending to relational coherence

  • Tuning into the organic and emergent treatment plan of the body

  • Creating conditions for healing

  • Working with adaptive patterns in the body through touch

  • The speed and rhythm of emergent change in the body

  • Listening to layers of the body 

  • Intuition and finding the sweet spot of holistic transformation

  • Practitioner bias & ‘fixing’ habits versus open awareness

About Sage

Sage Hayes, LMT, SEP has been practicing a mix of bodywork, massage, craniosacral therapy and SE for the past 12 years with a focus on how we create transformative conditions which heal trauma.  Sage travels around the world teaching workshops and assisting at the SE trainings.  Sage is qualified as a small group case consult provider with SE and has trained in multiple touch and healing modalities.

For more about Sage’s SE background, please go to .


Dates & Location

POTLUCK at 5771 Cunard Street, Suite #207  

Friday April 26th, 6-8:30pm

WORKSHOP at Inner Ocean Healing Centre 

5991 Spring Garden Rd., Suite 635, Halifax, NS

Saturday April 27th, 9:30am-5:30pm 

Sunday April 28th, 9:30am-4:30pm 

Snacks and tea provided.

Registration & Price:  

Cost:  $350 CAD, deposit of 175 CAD to secure your spot!


Local Organizers:

Lois Hare, Elizabeth Berlasso, Theresa MacClean & Judy Melanson