What is Continuum?
Continuum is a meditative practice using breath, sound, mindful awareness, and gentle movement.
Continuum’s founder, Emilie Conrad, developed Continuum for almost 50 years until her death in 2014. The teachers she authorized, including Cherionna Menzam-Sills, have continued to nourish its evolution as its popularity spreads throughout the world.
Emilie was a somatic visionary and a pioneer in the field of Somatics. Her ground-breaking research at UCLA demonstrated the vital power of fluid movement in restoring neural function.
Emilie has shown that movement can return even with the paralysis of spinal cord injuries.
Continuum has been used over the years to enhance health and function with many types of health issues.
Our bodies are made up mostly of water. Continuum explores our fluid nature and this important key to health and well-being.