Tamalpa Experience Workshop

Tamalpa Experience Workshop on September 16, 2017 in Kentfield, CA : If your body could speak, what would it say? The Tamalpa Experience introduces an approach that enlivens dialogue between body and imagination, life experiences and art making. Using movement, drawing, poetic writing, and improvisational performance, participants will tap into art's symbolic language to explore current life themes and generate new resources. The Tamalpa Experience workshops are designed to give participants an experiential understanding of Tamalpa's work in movement-based expressive arts. We are excited to offer an optional Friday evening open house to start off the weekend with a special opening! The Tamalpa Experience workshops are recommended as an introduction to our training programs. September 16, 2017 10AM - 5PM Held at the historic Mountain Home Studio, Kentfield, California COST: $80 with payment received by August 16; $100 after August 16 Full payment due September 4 Includes a $25 credit towards Level 1 training; valid for 2 years You are also invited to join us for a free Open House on Friday evening, September 15, from 7-9PM! Maria Luisa is a psychologist, researcher, and movement specialist. A Core Faculty member at Tamalpa Institute, she obtained her M.A. in Engaged Humanities with Emphasis in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her Master’s thesis, Somaphilia: Remembering the Soul and the Aesthetics of Being, expands upon the somatic, mythological, depth psychological, and archetypal dimensions of Tamalpa Institute’s Body Part Mythologies. Maria Luisa’s professional experience in psychology and the arts spans fifteen years and includes the areas of education, private practice, and community intervention. Maria Luisa has worked with diverse populations, most recently with Latin American immigrants in San Francisco and she has conducted research projects on addiction in her native Guadalajara, Mexico and on trauma associated with domestic violence in San Francisco, CA. Maria Luisa teaches seminars and presents in conferences internationally and serves on the Board of Directors of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association (ISMETA).
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with Marialuisa Diaz De Leon
WHEN:Saturday September 16th 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
WHERE:Mountain Home Studio
15 Ravine Way
Kentfield, CA 94904
COST:$80

If your body could speak, what would it say?

The Tamalpa Experience introduces an approach that enlivens dialogue between body and imagination, life experiences and art making. Using movement, drawing, poetic writing, and improvisational performance, participants will tap into art's symbolic language to explore current life themes and generate new resources.

The Tamalpa Experience workshops are designed to give participants an experiential understanding of Tamalpa's work in movement-based expressive arts. We are excited to offer an optional Friday evening open house to start off the weekend with a special opening! The Tamalpa Experience workshops are recommended as an introduction to our training programs.

September 16, 2017
10AM - 5PM

Held at the historic Mountain Home Studio, Kentfield, California

COST: $80 with payment received by August 16; $100 after August 16
Full payment due September 4
Includes a $25 credit towards Level 1 training; valid for 2 years

You are also invited to join us for a free Open House on Friday evening, September 15, from 7-9PM!
Maria Luisa is a psychologist, researcher, and movement specialist. A Core Faculty member at Tamalpa Institute, she obtained her M.A. in Engaged Humanities with Emphasis in Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her Master’s thesis, Somaphilia: Remembering the Soul and the Aesthetics of Being, expands upon the somatic, mythological, depth psychological, and archetypal dimensions of Tamalpa Institute’s Body Part Mythologies. Maria Luisa’s professional experience in psychology and the arts spans fifteen years and includes the areas of education, private practice, and community intervention. Maria Luisa has worked with diverse populations, most recently with Latin American immigrants in San Francisco and she has conducted research projects on addiction in her native Guadalajara, Mexico and on trauma associated with domestic violence in San Francisco, CA. Maria Luisa teaches seminars and presents in conferences internationally and serves on the Board of Directors of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association (ISMETA).