Myofascial Energetic Release Therapist & Trainer.

Satyarthi Peloquin is a Bodywork Trainer, Co-Dependency Trainer and Leader of the the Path of Love Seminar.

He was born in San Francisco in 1952 and went through the Sixties as a teenager, then trained as a professional dancer.

In 1973, he studied Postural Integration and Oriental Medicine in California, where he led seminars and gave individual sessions.

In 1976, he traveled to Pune, India, to Osho Commune International, where he learned meditation and joined the staff of what rapidly became one of the world's biggest centers for therapy, bodywork and meditation.

He became a disciple of Osho, the enlightened Indian mystic.

Living in Osho's Commune for many years, he was given direct guidance from Osho on how to work with people, and was one of Osho's personal body workers.

During this time, he offered individual sessions, groups and trainings in a variety of bodywork and therapy methods, and co-developed Rebalancing, an internationally-acclaimed approach to deep massage.

Since 1971, Satyarthi has acquired a wide range of skills and has extensive experience in developing and leading bodywork trainings and personal development groups.

He leads Learning Love (Co Dependency) and Path of Love seminars internationally. And he loves to learn and is therefore always studying. Satyarthi has trained in Bodywork Postural Integration, Structural Integration, Craniosacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Ayurvedic Massage, Spinal Manipulations, Joint Release, Neo Reichian Methods, and Therapy Co-Dependency (Learning Love) Path of Love, Family-Constellations, Somatic Experience (Trauma-Healing).

Satyarthi is known for his sense of humor and his sensitivity in teaching trainings and leading groups.




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Biodynamic Breath And Trauma Release

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Myofascial Energetic Release

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