What would your life look like if your body was your best friend?
Do you feel like your body is changing and it’s hard to accept it?
Are you feeling less energetic and feel like it is often hard to get motivated?
Are you listening to your body or overdriving when you might need to listen better?
This is an invitation to dance, improvise with voice and body, and a chance to explore with visual journaling using pastels and collage. This day long workshop is an opportunity to make friends with your body and enjoy the sensations of freedom, vitality and breath. Take a risk and join us to play and enjoy.
Reserve your spot now! 386-402-7517 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Limited to 20 participants.
$50 / $40 Atlantic Center for the Arts Member
Janice Stieber Rous is the creator of Body Dialogue, an integrative therapeutic system that reorganizes the body and develops a new mental feedback process that eliminates habitual dysfunctional movement patterns. It is a form of movement re-education that draws on the wisdom of the following systems: Alexander Technique, Stough Breathing Coordination, Qi Gong, and Yoga and Body Soul Rhythms (based on Jungian psychology and the work of Marian Woodman). She teaches internationally, and has been conducting women’s retreats of this nature since 2003. Janice is a former dancer, studying with the Martha Graham company since the age of twelve. She graduated in 1972 from Sarah Lawrence College, and holds a Master’s degree from Bank Street School of Education in Arts Education and Administration. Her specialty has been arts and wellness from the inception of her private practice in 1981. As a former New Yorker, she continues her practice in New York City (having worked with the Manhattan School of Music, Joffrey Ballet, and Julliard) and has expanded her services to Orlando. Janice has worked with several ACA Master Artists, and currently teaches at UCF music school and Opera Orlando. www.bodydialogues.com