This page provides information on Sherborne Developmental Movement News and Events.
Sherborne Developmental Movement and Coronavirus – October 2020 Update
5th October, 2020
The recent Sherborne Association committee meeting on the 5th October discussed SDM during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sadly, we continue to feel that it is not possible to provide COVID-secure SDM training. Online or virtual training is also not possible as the training has a strong practical element which is essential to understanding and learning to teach SDM.
However, please note that if a setting allows close contact and touch (e.g. within a bubble), SDM sessions can continue to take place subject to the setting’s own risk assessments.
Sherborne Developmental Movement and Coronavirus May 2020
18th May, 2020
The Sherborne Association UK would like to send you their thoughts and concerns to you at this new challenging time with the Coronavirus lockdown.
We met recently as a committee, on Zoom, and were all saddened by the fact that we are unable to practice our movement in our settings other than with our families in our households.
Our work as Sherborne practitioners focuses our movement around touch and so this makes it difficult outside our households. At the committee meeting we all look forward to a time when our precious work will continue again.
ICL Retraining 2020 – New Date
The decision, forced by the pandemic, was made to move the ICL retraining to the 5th to the 8th August 2021 in Bristol. We look forward to gathering there with our international course leaders.
In the meantime all Level 1 & 2 courses will be postponed until we know when it is safe to hold the courses.
We wish you a safe journey through this time.
With kind regards
Amanda Turner (Chair of SA UK) and the SA Committee
8th April, 2018
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