Judyth Weaver, PhD

Judyth O. Weaver, PhD is a multifaceted teacher and counsellor, incorporating extensive training in diverse areas. She holds a Ph.D. in Reichian Psychology and is the creator and founding chair of the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute Ph.D. Program in Somatic Psychology. She taught at the California Institute of Integral Studies (San Francisco, CA) for 25 years and at other graduate schools in the S.F. Bay area as well as being founding faculty at Naropa Institute, (Boulder, CO) in the 1970’s, creating it’s T’ai Chi Ch’uan program. She is certified in Reichian Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, massage, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Pre- and Perinatal Therapy and as a teacher of Tai Chi Chuan, her personal practice of over 50 years. She is a senior teacher of the Rosen Method and Sensory Awareness, which she began studying in 1968, after her return from 3 years studying in Japan, half of which was spent in a Zen Rinzai Buddhist monastery.

Judyth has been a workshop leader since the early 1970s at various centres such as Esalen Institute, Hollyhock, and Cold Mountain Institute, the precursor of HH. She continues to teach in Japan, Mexico, and elsewhere internationally. Judyth was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the U.S. Association of Body Psychotherapy at their conference in 2018.


Events with Judyth Weaver, PhD

Sensory Awareness: Rediscovering Experiencing
October 3 - 7, 2022

We are naturally born as vital, fully sensory beings. Traumas, tensions, even some education can diminish our vitality, creating unrest and insecurity in our lives. Sensory Awareness is the practice of coming more in touch with oneself. Not attached to any theory or method, the work transcends dogmas, disciplines, and forms. It brings us to the immediate, direct experience through which we can rediscover and return to our own natural ways of being….to our birthrights. This work is practice; not theory or lectures. Experience and explore your sensations and responses internally and in relationship with others. These explorations can bring…