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30-Hour training in Ecopsychology & Expressive Arts with Sophia Reinders

October  12 - 13, 2013
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

 

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  • $650, includes art & reading materials, & CE certificate. EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: $600, if paid in full by Sept. 10, 2013.
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Photo of a collage by Sophia Reinders, woman's face reflected in water
 

30-Hour training in Ecopsychology & Expressive Arts with Sophia Reinders

SONG OF THE BODY, SONG OF THE EARTH: REAWAKENING TO ANCIENT KINSHIP
CE available for California MFT and LCSW license holders

Dates: Oct. 12-13 & Oct. 19-20, 2013, 10am-6pm.

A training for therapists, healing arts practitioners, artists, educators, writers and those who wish to deepen and creatively express their earth-cherishing consciousness

No prior art experience is necessary

  • In a beautiful and natural setting, attune senses and imagination to the "wordless speech" in which our sensous body has always communed with the living earth: with its sounds and colors, fragrances, textures, movements and rhythms, and with its ancient wisdom of being
  • Give somatic creative expression to your experience in multi-modal imaginative practices such as creative movement, visual arts, poetic writing, toning, guided imagery, clay and nature arts
  • Deepen your felt sense of kinship with the earth

Sophia Reinders PhD, MFT, REAT is the founding director of the WisdomBody Institute. She is a body oriented Jungian psychotherapist and registered expressive arts therapist. She is also faculty at CIIS and a certified Iyengar yoga teacher.

 

Venue TBD
San Rafael, CA

 
 

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