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  • 16 Feb 2015 3:20 PM
    Reply # 3227236 on 1105520

    My congratulations to all who participated and sent the wonderful pictures and videos in after the BillionRising powerful dances.  Also to the editors who so quickly put this on UTube for us to enjoy.  Many thanks.

  • 20 Feb 2015 10:06 AM
    Reply # 3230540 on 1105520
    Dear Colleagues,


    Please find attached a call for articles on the similarities and differences between DMT and Body Psychotherapy.

    We would welcome your submissions on this topic for our special issue, deadline for articles 24 April 2015. We look forward to your contribution to this interesting debate.


    With best wishes,

    Professor Helen Payne, PhD, Founding Editor in Chief, BMDP

    Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy' www.tandfonline.com/tbmd


  • 21 Feb 2015 11:05 AM
    Reply # 3231432 on 1105520
    Anonymous

    Hi, I have a University student who is interested in working with orphans.  We have been looking for DMT writing specific to this topic.  Does anyone know of any?  Please respond to my email, rbkornbl@wisc.edu.  Thanks a lot.  Rena Kornblum

  • 21 Feb 2015 4:18 PM
    Reply # 3231609 on 1105520


    Embodied Individuation: Authentic Movement Retreat

    For Experienced Movers and Witnesses

    Facilitated by Zoë Avstreih

     July 23-26, 2015

    in Eliot, Maine

    Embodied Individuation: Authentic Movement Retreat

    Embodied Individuation, based in the practice of Authentic Movement, allows the “wholeness within” to guide one towards a life deeply in authenticity and truth. This retreat is an opportunity for the in-depth immersion in the discipline of Authentic Movement for personal and professional development. We will immerse in the practice of Authentic Movement during the day and will have opportunities to gather after dinner to discuss the questions that arise from our direct experience.

    Enrollment Requirements:

    This intensive retreat is designed for experienced movers and witnesses with a developed inner witness. If you have not previously studied with Zoe, a telephone interview is required.

          

    Zoë Avstreih

    Zoë Avstreih, the Founder and Director of the Center for the Study of Authentic Movement, is a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado and a Licensed Psychoanalyst and Creative Arts Therapist in New York State. In June 2014, Zoë retired from her position as the Director of the Graduate Program in Dance/Movement Therapy at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and now devotes her professional time to offering retreats and training opportunities for mature individuals to immerse in the practice of Authentic Movement for personal and professional development. A pioneer in the development of Authentic Movement, she lectures and teaches internationally and has published widely in the field.

    Workshop Times:  Thursday dinner, July 23, 5 pm, through Sunday lunch, July 26, 1 pm

    Workshop fee:  $375 through May 31, $425 after May 31

    Lodging and all meals:  $275

    Total Cost: $650, $700 after May 31

    Enrollment is limited to ten.  Early registration is suggested.

    Registration is available beginning February 15, 2015. For registration information please email Pinetree Institute at:

    registrar.pinetreeinstitute@gmail.com

    Pinetree Farm is a beautifully renovated 1790 farmhouse and barn across the Piscataqua River from Portsmouth, New Hampshire and only an hour and fifteen minutes from Boston.  The setting is peaceful and rural, but just three miles off Interstate 95 with easy access for public and private transportation from Boston Logan Airport   and South Station.  Rooms provide shared accommodations for two to three people with a half-bath in most rooms and shared access to private showers.  Staying at Pinetree is like staying at an old New England bed & breakfast with an emphasis on simple, healthy meals and accommodations that are comfortable and cozy.

    For directions and further information, please contact Pinetree Institute at

    registrar.pinetreeinstitute@gmail.com.  

     

  • 22 Feb 2015 10:31 PM
    Reply # 3232285 on 1105520

    The Pomegranate Seeds…

    Finding Light: Exploring the Underworld in Myth, Dream, and Personal Process…A workshop for personal growth in the Greek Islands using movement, dreams, and myth. 9/14/15 - 9/21/15. Lead by Dr. Judith Schafman, Dr. Rob Sanducci and Dennis McCarthy. For more info go to Metamorfos Institute blog. 

                                                  

  • 23 Feb 2015 3:59 PM
    Reply # 3233400 on 1105520

    Dear Friends & Colleagues,


    I’d like to invite you to join me in a free webinar that will be airing this Thursday, February 26th, at 7pm EST, 6pm CST, 4pm PST or whatever time zone you are in in the world!


    This webinar will focus on the body/psyche/soul split and how using conscious embodiment can lead to healing.


    For more information and to register, please see below.


    Hope you can join us!


    Warmly,

    Tina


    USABP Webinar: Soul’s Body: Healing the Body/Psyche/ Soul Split through Conscious Embodiment

  • 24 Feb 2015 2:23 PM
    Reply # 3234156 on 1105520

    The ADTA Partners with National Eating Disorder Awareness Week!


    In observance of National Eating Disorders Awareness week, please view and share the last of the 2013 ADTA Talks, just published: Dance/Movement Therapy and Eating Disorders with Susan Kleinman.


    The ADTA Blog also features a new post on this subject by Susan: Show Me the Way to My Soul: Dance/Movement Therapy for Individuals with Eating Disorders



  • 28 Feb 2015 2:43 PM
    Reply # 3237917 on 1105520

    The Maryland-DC-Virginia Chapter of the ADTA proudly presents its annual Spring Conference


    Kalila Homann MA, LPC-S, BC-DMT


    Brain Dances: Moving through the exquisite realities of our neurophysiology


    Friday, May 1st, 2015


    Click here for our flier!!


    University of Maryland School of Theatre, Dance, & Performance Studies
    2810 Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Studio 1, College Park MD 20742


    9am-4pm
    Registration at 8:30am
    $65 in advance until April 3rd
    $75 after April 3rd/At the door
    Lunch will be provided.


    *Some scholarships may be available. Contact us for more information.


    For questions, please contact Program Directors, Warin Tepayayone, warin@iriyadancetherapy.com, or Sara Rubinstein, rubinstein.sj@gmail.com.


  • 04 Mar 2015 7:17 PM
    Reply # 3242301 on 1105520

    The DanceAbility Teacher Certification is being offered in Austin, TX! This is a great opportunity and the first time it's been offered in the US in 10 years. I have had the pleasure of doing an orientation workshop and I use these methods and practices in my dance/movement therapy work all the time! I encourage anyone who is able to attend!


    Application atwww.bodyshift.org or send inquiries to -danceability@vsatx.org or call 

    1-866-489-8412


  • 05 Mar 2015 6:08 PM
    Reply # 3243269 on 1105520

     

    Embodied Individuation: Authentic Movement Retreat

    For Experienced Movers and Witnesses

    Facilitated by Zoë Avstreih

     July 23-26, 2015

     Embodied Individuation: Authentic Movement Retreat

     Embodied Individuation, based in the practice of Authentic Movement, allows the “wholeness within” to guide one towards a life deeply in authenticity and truth. This retreat is an opportunity for the in-depth immersion in the discipline of Authentic Movement for personal and professional development. We will immerse in the practice of Authentic Movement during the day and will have opportunities to gather after dinner to discuss the questions that arise from our direct experience.

     Enrollment Requirements:

     This intensive retreat is designed for experienced movers and witnesses with a developed inner witness. If you have not previously studied with Zoe, a telephone interview is required.

     

    Zoë Avstreih

    Zoë Avstreih, the Founder and Director of the Center for the Study of Authentic Movement, is a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado and a Licensed Psychoanalyst and Creative Arts Therapist in New York State. In June 2014, Zoë retired from her position as the Director of the Graduate Program in Dance/Movement Therapy at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and now devotes her professional time to offering retreats and training opportunities for mature individuals to immerse in the practice of Authentic Movement for personal and professional development. A pioneer in the development of Authentic Movement, she lectures and teaches internationally and has published widely in the field.

     Workshop Times:  Thursday dinner, July 23, 5 pm, through Sunday lunch, July 26, 1 pm

     Workshop fee:  $375 through May 31, $425 after May 31

    Lodging and all meals:  $275

    Total Cost: $650, $700 after May 31

     Enrollment is limited to ten.  Early registration is suggested.

    Registration is available now. For registration information please email Pinetree Institute at:

    registrar.pinetreeinstitute@gmail.com

     

     

     



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