Today’s audio is a live recording of Scott Zamurut’s presentation at the 2016 North American Breath of Life conference. In this talk Scott explains his emerging awareness of a sensory phenomenon that he has labeled the “Embodiment Tide.” The Embodiment Tide is a slow tidal movement, slower than the Long Tide, that has the capacity to reorganize inertial fulcrums related to our earliest experiences of conception and embodiment.
Scott Zamurut, RCST®, is a bodywork practitioner and teacher who integrates a wide range of influences in his practice and his teachings. Scott’s primary orientation is in energetic healing forms that include a strong emphasis on the embodiment of life energy – Polarity Therapy, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and Source Point Therapy. Integral to these forms of healing are the skills of trauma resolution, which are additive to energy healing and augmented by an energy-based worldview.
The field of pre- and perinatal healing has been intimately related to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy through the work of Franklyn Sills, it was in his association with Franklyn as a student and teaching assistant that Scott began his own exploration of this profound healing art. Scott then connected with Karlton Terry, co-founder of the Institute For Pre and Perinatal Education (IPPE), and dove deeply into his own healing work, continued learning and eventual teacher training in pre- and perinatal healing.
Along the way Scott has also been involved with professional associations, serving as a Vice President with the American Polarity Therapy Association, and was a founding board member of the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America. In recent years he also trained in ontological coaching, bringing a new skill set and orientation to his offerings.
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