Body as Compass: Dreams & the Soul

February 6, 2021 - February 6, 2021

10am – 5pm
Tina Stromsted, PhD., assisted by Margareta Neuberger, MA


“In the deepest sense, we all dream not of ourselves, but out of what lies between us and the other.”    ~ C.G. Jung

DreamDancers Malone

Our bodies and dreams may be our closest links to the unconscious, expressing the soul’s longing through image, breath, gesture, the rhythm of our step, and the music of our speech.

Dreams carry treasures that enhance the meaning and depth of our life’s journey. Illuminating our inner landscape, they help us come to know disowned parts of ourselves, point to what we value, and provide guidance on our life path. Integrating C. G. Jung’s active imagination approach with embodied methods, Dreamdancing® introduces the person to the inner world of body sensation, feelings, dreams, and images as movement helps them build a bridge between body and psyche. This approach may enhance clinical practice by providing an increased comfort with and appreciation for your own bodily wisdom and feeling responses.

Expanding our awareness of the somatic foundations in therapeutic relationships can deepen empathy and effectiveness in working with others, while providing avenues for self-care and renewal. This day-long workshop will support you in nurturing body and soul through expressive movement, drawing, and writing. Together we will engage our dreams to nourish the self, relationship, and the world.

No experience is necessary. Clinicians, healing practitioners, educators, artists, and those interested are all welcome.

6 possible CEUs approved for MD, PhD, PsyD, MFT, LCSW, LPCC, LEP & RN

Tuition: $150 includes CEUs

Note: At this time all classes will be online. As guidelines and requirements for meeting in public evolve and we are able to do so safely, we will let registrants know their options.

Register here.

Margareta Neuberger, M.A. Somatic Psychology, B.A. Theology, is a teacher and practitioner of Authentic Movement and a somatic educator exploring the interconnectedness of personal and collective healing, spirituality and creativity. She offers Authentic Movement to individuals and groups as an embodied meditative and healing discipline in private practice; as a guest teacher in educational settings (including JFK University, Orinda, CA, and the Authentic Movement Institute in Berkeley CA); and as assistant to Tina Stromsted, Ph.D., in numerous retreats, workshops and trainings nationally and internationally for the past three decades.

*Painting by Peter Malone