Wendy Perron & Stephanie Skura in ’Surreptitious Preparations for an Impossible Total Act’ Photo by Ian Douglas

Fall 2021 Weekly OSF Advanced Practice (Online)

A series of eight two-hour weekly online Advanced Practice OSF Sessions

Sundays 17 October – 12 December 2021
(not including Sunday 28 November)

10am – 12pm Pacific Time (Find the time at your location at https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ )

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Designed for those who’ve experienced the full spectrum (3 weeks) of Introductory OSF or SRT
, and want to deepen their practice and/or pursue OSF Teacher Certification. 

This past year we discovered we can indeed feel in-community with each other despite inhabiting separate far-flung environments. That we can experience rewarding levels of intimacy, adventure, trust, and compassion. And that with a playful approach to screens, we’re able to find new forms while avoiding the dreaded ‘zoom fatigue.’

Advanced OSF material is deeply rooted in & fluidly expanded from advanced Skinner Releasing practice. It’s where OSF/SRT Introductory work is headed! New alignment insights, new depths, more & deeper deep-states, transporting imagery.  Joan Skinner did not intend Advanced Level SRT to be codified or limited to the 12 ‘Ongoing’ SRT classes.  She left us with a wealth of material not included in those 12 classes.

Our advanced sessions are culled from decades of notes, explorations, and advanced material created and passed on by Joan and other veterans, and integrated with improvisation experiments — material developed and augmented by Stephanie and other experienced OSF & SRT teachers during the past 25 years.

We’re the only SRT or OSF teachers on the planet, that we know of, currently creating classes at this advanced level! 

To ensure responsible facilitation, participant numbers are limited. Hold your place by registering for the whole series at a significant discount, or register in advance for single sessions.

Photo Credit: Wendy Perron & Stephanie Skura in ’Surreptitious Preparations for an Impossible Total Act’ Photo by Ian Douglas