What is Continuum? 

Continuum is a powerful exploration of our fluid origin using sound, breath and movement. All live is born of water. We are more than 70% water. In Continuum we explore this fluid ancestry through vocalized sounds and movements.

… waves … pulsations … undulations … spirals ….

These movements have a specific effect on our body. Through these ‘dives’ we are invited to move beyond the limits of our usual thoughts and habitual movement patterns into the flexible, adaptable and unpredictable nature of our fluid being.

Tensions and compression in our body and mind soften, creating space for our natural healing capacity to emerge. Experience connectedness, self healing, re-structuring and re-patterning on the levels of cells, tissue, relationships. Simple, deep and delightful.

How to use Continuum?

Continuum can be done to maintain health, as a daily ‘work out’ (the ‘Jungle Gym’ or ‘Continuum Playground’) or for relaxation. You can also use it specifically for special health issues, or to balance mental or physical trauma.

An example of how tissue moves when the fluid system is awaken:


Individual Continuum Session

  • To increase health and pleasure, to release stress or trauma from mind and body.
  • Personal check of your breath and body system, plus learning an individual sound and movement sequence for daily use.
  • First session is suggested 1 hour, next sessions between 30-60 minutes long. Price per session depending on the length and your own estimation, between € 50-100 / CHF 60-120, including free telephone coaching between sessions. Contact Volker for appointment.

Continuum Workshops and Retreats

In a group setting the amplification of the sound gives surprising effects. There is also more time to dive and explore the sequences. Check under Workshops for workshops, retreats and mystery school.

Volker is the first and so far only Continuum Teacher in the Netherlands. He was trained and authorized in 2012 by Emile Conrad, founder of Continuum, completed the Wellspring practitioners program, and worked with her until her passing in 2014. He is founding member of the Continuum Teachers Association.

Here an introduction on Continuum (more videos on the You Tube channel):


From an interview with a Polish Internet TV channel:


Part 2 of the interview with some sequences and sounds of Continuum: