Sunday, November 20, 2016 12:30 – 5:30pm
Open Flight Dance Studio, 4205 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Movement, Creativity and Healing are the focus of this workshop. We’ll use embodiment practices developed by Judith Blackstone to explore stillness and movement and will incorporate standing, walking, and floor work to deepen and stabilize our experience of embodied fundamental consciousness. We’ll also explore attuning to presence and a deeper sense of our own wholeness as pathways to creativity and healing. My friend and colleague, Billy Miglino, will join me in leading this workshop. Billy is an experienced dance instructor and family and systemic constellation practitioner who brings a keen eye and open. Please join us for this workshop.
|Date:||Sunday, November 20, 2016|
|Time:||12:30 to 5:30 pm|
|Location:||Open Flight Dance Studio
4205 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
|Tuition*:||$115 Series price (4 workshops): $400|
|Registration:||email@example.com or 206300-5058.|
*Please call if tuition assistance is needed.
Comfortable clothing is recommended for gentle movement exercises.
Sono is fully certified in Realization Process teaching modules: Spiritual Psychotherapy, Embodiment, and Meditation. In addition to her workshops, she also offers individual sessions. Sono is a Reiki Master and is completing a certificate in family and systemic constellations. She also incorporates teachings on Incarnational Spirituality with the Lorian Association. For questions, please contact Sono at firstname.lastname@example.org.
William Miglino is a dance instructor working with children and professional and non-professional adults. With an emphasis on classical ballet, he has also pursued and taught creative and explorative movement. His professional experience in ballet performance and instruction have spanned over a decade. William has also studied matters of emotional health addressing individual, family, and systemic wellbeing and how they are connected. He has completed Family Constellation Facilitator Training under Brigitte Sztab. William has a unique perspective on wholistic health and personal wellbeing; looking at the individual in their body, mind, and heart as well as within their family, work, and communities.