Are you looking for ways to live a more creative & embodied life?
Take a pause from your everyday life to connect,
express and create in community in a single class,
weekend or week-long retreats.
Re-Bodying Life: Tamalpa Life/Art Process for Trauma Healing
Through Tamalpa Institute
Recovering from trauma requires that we recuperate the capacity to inhabit our bodies. The Tamalpa Life/Art Process offers an effective therapeutic model that not only recognizes the body in its full dimension, but also facilitates connection to preverbal and symbolic aspects of self, which are beneficial when working with trauma. The language of the arts provides a world beyond analytical thought and conventional communication, allowing for a path to access and give form to sensations, emotions, memories, and images that may not be able to be expressed solely in everyday language.
In this experiential workshop, Rosario will guide participants through various somatic artistic interventions in order to learn how to safely resource and support trauma healing. Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to:
Understand the value of combined somatic and artistic approaches for healing trauma.
Learn basic Somatic-artistic techniques and interventions for processing trauma.
Develop awareness around self-care & resources to modulate arousal.
This workshop is open to anyone interested in healing trauma for themselves or others. No previous dance or art experience is required.
9:00 a.m. - 12 p.m. Pacific Time. On Zoom
Somatic Sound Journey
with Joshua McClain
Experience the healing power of music and movement in a unique collaboration with my husband, the renown Contemporary Cellist and Composer Joshua McClain.
Join us on Sunday May 2nd for a journey into your creative body. Through movement and the expressive arts, and supported by the voice of the cello, participants will be guided to explore and experiment different ways to engage with challenges or questions that are present in their lives.
***No art or dance experience needed. Please prepare a comfortable space to move & have art supplies ready at hand for drawing activities.
Sunday May 2nd
9-11am Pacific Time. On Zoom