“The symbols of the self arise in the depths of the body.” C.G. Jung
“In the deepest sense, we all dream not of ourselves, but out of what lies between us and the other.” C.G. Jung
“This is your body, your greatest gift, pregnant with wisdom you do not hear, grief you thought was forgotten, and joy you have never known.” Marion Woodman
Our one-day, experiential workshop will support the exploration of dreams, the body, self and soul through movement, art, and conscious relating. This integrative approach can offer a safe and powerful promotion of affective mirroring and embodied presence, which provide a foundation for the development of consciousness in the cells, and a sense of wellbeing and belonging in the world.
In this workshop, our morning exploration will be through Dreamdancing, engaging essential elements in your dream through a safe, inner-directed movement process, in the presence of a witness.
In the afternoon, we will explore The Dance of Three, an application of Authentic Movement further developed by Jungian Analyst Marion Woodman’s BodySoul Rhythms® approach, involving a mover/client, a mirror/therapist and a container/supervisor. Moving to music in groups of three, each will have an opportunity to move, witness, contain, and reflect on his/her embodied experience.
Tina Stromsted, Ph.D., BC-DMT, is a Jungian analyst and board certified Dance therapist with a private practice in San Francisco. Past Co-founder and Faculty of the Authentic Movement Institute in Berkeley, she teaches at the C.G. Jung Institute of SF, the Depth Psychology/Somatics Doctoral Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute, the Expressive Arts Therapy Program at CIIS, the Marion Woodman/BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program, and other universities and healing centers internationally. With thirty-five years of clinical experience, her clinical work, teaching, and publications explore the integration of body, mind, psyche and soul in healing and transformation.
Laura Hayes, MS, BC-DMT,is a board certified Dance Movement Therapist, Authentic Movement practitioner, and clinical supervisor who believes in the power of movement as a vehicle for transformation and healing. As the Clinical Director at 7th Avenue Center, a Mental Health Rehabilitation Center in Santa Cruz, she has a depth of experience in facilitating groups and working with individuals in their journey toward self-discovery and recovery. With eighteen years of clinical experience working with individuals with chronic mental illness, she has been facilitating Authentic Movement groups for the past ten years and has assisted Tina in Europe and in the US.
Workshop Location: Saint Rose Building, 320 Tenth Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401.
Tuition: Sliding scale $75–$200.
6.5 CEUS for MFT’s & LCSW’s with $100 minimum fee on sliding scale.
For registration: Please mail payment to The Lomi Clinic, 534 B Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 (Attn: Ayne); or pay by credit card online:http://lomi.org/epc/donations/d1.html
For questions: please contact Ayne Shore, MFT, Director @ 707.579.0465 x230