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Authentic Movement, rooted in the field of dance/movement therapy, has evolved into a unique discipline with its own integrity informing therapeutic process, contemplative practice, creative process and the healing of body, mind and soul. This retreat/study group is an opportunity for the in-depth study of the discipline of Authentic Movement as therapy and as practice. We will immerse in the practice of Authentic Movement during the day and will gather after dinner to study and discuss the questions that arise from direct experience.
This intensive retreat/study group is designed for trained clinicians with a minimum of five years of experience in Authentic Movement and several years of post-graduate clinical experience. If you have not previously studied with Zoë, a telephone interview is required.
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: Wednesday dinner, July 25, 5 pm, through Sunday lunch, July 29, 1 pm
Workshop fee: $495 Lodging and all meals: $450
Total Cost: $945. $100 non-refundable deposit due at registration. PayPal invoice for the remaining balance will be sent after registration and due by May 15.
Enrollment is limited to ten. Early registration is suggested.
Registration is available beginning February 15, 2018. For registration information please email Pinetree Institute at: firstname.lastname@example.org.