An intimate gathering of movement exploration, healing conversation and somatic therapies. Choreographer and co-director of Coriolis Dance Natascha Greenwalt and somatic therapist Ashley Zimmerman invite you to an evening of mindful integration, reconnecting with your body in holistic and sacred ways. Reserve your spot for this movement dialogue from 5:30pm to 7:30pm on the 24th of May. Come with curiosity with an openness towards cultivating body kindness in a group setting where we hold space for each other in ways that celebrate each person’s unique story of embodied resilience.
Explore your authentic connection to yourself + others through a guided movement experience. This workshop integrates meditation, improvisation and artful reflections to harvest resources from within your wise body-heart-mind. You are welcome to explore, honor and communicate your boundaries at all times. No prior dance experience necessary. Folx of all identities and physical abilities are warmly welcomed.
TIPP is a DBT acronym that can easily be used when a person is trying to get grounded!
I had the privilege of being interviewed by my dear friend Nicole Kalbermatten from NWFL, she had a way of getting me to think through my orientation process and I thought it’d be fun to share in this platform too. Feel free to shoot me questions if they emerge.
People often feel that their body has betrayed them after safety has been compromised, to put it mildly trauma dysregulates the nervous system. However, this doesn’t have to be the end of the story, I believe the body knows best and is one of the greatest truth tellers we will ever encounter.
Whether it’s cuddling with a furry creature, kissing a loved one, experiencing a hug from a best friend it has the capacity to change brain chemistry as well as the physiology of a person. It can also help ease muscle tension, even strengthen a person’s immune system. Inês Varela-Silva beautifully states, “Human touch is fundamental for human development and survival.”
Motherhood: to love fiercely, feel it all and be awake to the impact of how parenting might look different when caring for an infant with needs that are unique. What it can teach us, how we learn through the pain and the beauty of it all. “He’s always been my warrior boy. He’s taken every surgery like a champion and we’re really proud of our other kids as well because it’s been a family effort!”
Our bodies are sounding boards for our life experiences. There are sensual ways to notice how your body is processing a wide array of emotions. There are both physiological and psychological influences after a person has endured trauma (tT). Every person who is human has faced varying degrees of traumatization within a lifespan.
It’s easy to get caught up in making New Year’s resolutions with hefty goals that are difficult to sustain over time. Rather than over complicating our realities what if we simplified instead? By getting closer to the core of what really matters in correlation with your value system, there’s a clearing of internal clutter creating space for more abundance and intentional rest to occur.
Today we get the honor of speaking with Oliver an Ecuadorian American, born and raise in Brooklyn, New York. He moved to Seattle about a year ago and his interests lie in sports, reading and traveling. In his spare time he enjoys flamenco dancing, having in depth conversations and learning about different cultures.
Laurie lives in California with her husband and enjoys spending time with her sweet nephews. Passionate about exploring, she has traveled to several different countries and has spent time living internationally. She’s an avid writer and cultivates a creative lifestyle.
On the topic of divorce: Candice transparently shares some of her journey from heartbreak towards hope. She is a budding wedding photographer who enjoys time with her cute pup Maco. As well as an avid foodie who loves cooking and hosting gatherings for family and friends.
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