BA Workshop 15-18 June 2017


Scandinavian Bioenergetics Education Program


4 days from 15th -18th June 2017

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The next workshop in the Scandinavian Bioenergetics Program will be held in Göteborg 4 days from 15th -18th  June. We will start in the afternoon on Thursday 15th and finish around lunch-time on Sunday 18th.

The price for the workshop will be 5.500 SEK (Swedish crowns).

The deadline (!) for payment of the workshop is 28 April!

The workshop theme is about Energetic Interventions – Mobilisation versus Holding (charge, discharge, containment) 

Trainer: Vita Heinrich-Clauer

Time Shedule Program (More will come):

lunch + pause 1300-1500 all days.

Thursday 15th:  1500-1900h 
Friday: 0900-1300 and 1500-1900h
Saturday: 0900-1300 and 15-1900hh
Sönd:  0900-1300h    


To have more understanding on the background and content for this Workshop Tor Arne Håve conducted an Interview with the Teacher for this Workshop Dr. Vita Heinrich-Clauer.

The purpose of the interview is to provide more information about the content and organization of the upcoming BA workshop in Gothenburg during 4 days from 15th until 18th of June 2017. The text contains an introduction of the Workshop teacher Dr. Vita Heinrich-Clauer, background information about bioenergetics, an explanation of the workshop theme “mobilization versus holding”, how the workshop is organized and lastly about how the training program for BA is organized.

Click here to go to the PodCast Interview with Dr. Vita Heinrich-Clauer.

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Contact information

All payments and refunds are handled by:

Universi AS
PO. BOX 19
Holtung Våle

VAT: 984840551 NO

Contact for questions about payments or or Phone +4790914095

Contact for questions about the workshop:

Claes Ekenstam
PhD, Assistant professor


Dr. Jens Stilhoff Sörensen
Associate Professor in Peace- and Development Studies / International Relations
Research Fellow, Swedish Institute of International Affairs
Lecturer, Global Studies, Gothenburg University
Tel: + 46 (0)8 511 768 00

(NB! In case you get sick after the payment 28/4 you will be able to receive 50 % refund upon showing a medical certificate. And, in the highly unlikely event that we should be less than 7 participant we will postpone the workshop). We estimate around 10 participants.

You can attend this workshop either as just a one-time workshop for self-experience, or you can join the Scandinavian training programme.

The venue is in central Göteborg in a nice big space called “Konstepidemin – The Green Room”

The adress is: Konstepidemins Väg nr. 6  (nearby Linnéplatsen)


There are plenty of good accommodation opportunities nearby at a good price. For example:

1. Slottskogen vandrarhem:   (cheaper hostel version, also has single rooms)

2. Vandrarhem Linné: (cheaper hostel version, also single rooms)

3. Hotel Lilton: (nice hotel with good price)

4. Hotel Flora: (nice hotel with good price)



Dr. Vita Heinrich-Clauer, Dipl. Psych., Germany, International Trainer for Bioenergetic Analysis (IIBA Faculty). She is teaching Bioenergetic Analysis in Switzerland, Germany, Russia, Poland. Her special interests are bodily resonance phenomena, bioenergetic work with developmental trauma, bioenergetic self care and bioenergetic work with couples.

Editor of the „Handbook Bioenergetic Analysis“ 2011.

Bioenergetic Analysis is a unique body- psychotherapy founded by Alexander Lowen based upon an energetic and relational understanding – rooted in the work of Wilhelm Reich.

“It integrates a work with the body, with the patient’s interpersonal relationships, and with his mental processes; each of which is correlated and interpreted in terms of the others…. Bioenergetic Analysis starts with the reality of the body and its basic functions of motility and expression.” (A. Lowen New York, 1963)

It has from the 50th up to now developed to a broader concept with more or less impact on either analytical-relational psychotherapy with focus on the body – and/or energetic-body-psychotherapy.
It is one of the oldest and most respected
methods of analytic body psychotherapy which emerged directly from psychoanalysis. While it
has been known for a long tradition and wealth of experiential knowledge Bioenergetic Analysis has nowadays included innovations from attachment theory, relational psychoanalysis, infant research and neurobiology, and still holds valid statements on the signi cance of the body in psychotherapy.

“When you have no words for your feelings, for what happened to you, for what is missing in you, we listen to the inner resonance – of your inchoate secrets – as it lives in your body. We help you to sense and amplify this inner resonance until its movement comes close enough to the surface of your being to enter your consciousness. But we also listen carefully to your words and are touched by them when they come from a depth of your being that no one can put a hand on. We invite you to surrender to the spirit of your body and the body of your spirit – and in so doing, to embrace your true self.“ (Robert Lewis, M.D)

Bioenergetic Analysis helps to release chronic muscular tensions, manage affects, expand the capacity for intimacy, heal sexual dif culties and learn new, more ful lling ways of relating to others. Tenderness, aggression, assertion – and their con uence in sexuality – are seen as core lifesaving forces. The therapeutic relationship provides a place of safety in which healing begins. The therapist reads the body, resonates with its energy, feels

the emotions, listens, hears and answers the words. The language of the body (posture/gesture, breathing, motility, vocal expression) is on focus as it indicates the status on the way to personhood – from the past to the present and future. Techniques are used which address the energetic aspect of
the individual, including her self-perception, self- expression, and self-control. These also include work with body contact, boundaries, grounding, and the understanding of muscular tensions as indications of somatic and psychological defences against past trauma.
The goal of therapy is more than the absence of symptoms – it is having aliveness, getting a taste of pleasure, joy, love – vibrant health.

Training in Bioenergetic Analysis (BA) according to the guidelines of the IIBA (International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis) includes self-experience, knowledge and skills to enable trainèes working with BA as clinical body-psychotherapists. The training will last 4 years with 4 trainings a year (each 5 days) given by International Trainers of the IIBA. Single therapy (140 hours) and supervision (70 hours) are part of the requirements to become a certi ed bioenergetic therapist (CBT). Themes are theory and praxis of BA as well as psychoanalytic concepts, attachment theory, neurobiology, trauma concepts.

The IIBA is an af liation of institutes from Europe, North- and South- America and New Zealand with 1500 members.