Cultivate more artful relationships with yourself, others, and the land using the transformative tools developed by Tamalpa Institute co-founders, Anna Halprin and Daria Halprin. Engage in dance/movement, drawing, and poetic writing to discover the stories living in your body. Harvest new insights and options for your Life/Art in both the studio and the natural environment of Earthdance in the Berkshire hills. The workshop will culminate with self-portrait drawings and improvisational rituals in which you embody the new resources you have gained.

This workshop is designed to give participants an experiential understanding of the work of Tamalpa Institute, and is recommended as an introduction to their training programs. No prior experience necessary.

The beautiful setting and natural landscape of the Earthdance retreat center provide workshop participants with a beautiful studio, healthy meals and many hiking trails. A wonderful complement to this immersive Tamalpa workshop ~ come enjoy!

You can follow these links for information about Earthdance visitor information and directions.

For more info: http://tamalpa.org/calendar/ec0516.html

DATES: May 30 – June 4, 2016
(There will also be a Planetary Dance held at Earthdance on June 5!)

PLACE: Earthdance, Plainfield, Massachusetts

COST: $600 – $800 (The cost includes workshop tuition, room and board for May 30 – June 4)

For details and to register click here.

Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell, a faculty member of Tamalpa Institute, cherishes the body as a primary medium for learning, creativity, and growth. She has taught creative arts to people of all ages in a variety of contexts, from a private elementary school for girls to the Harvard Graduate School of Education. For the past 7 years, Elisabeth has supervised graduate students in Lesley University’s Self-Designed Master’s Degree Program and has served on the Board of Directors of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association. Elisabeth is delighted to be the first faculty member to offer the Tamalpa work in New York and Massachusetts.

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