Workshops | Zuza Engler | Transformative Dance & Embodied Inquiry

WORKSHOPS

All our programs offer CE hours for therapists and social workers (PCE 4931)
Workshops marked with (*) qualify as prerequisites for the
Body as Living Presence Yearlong Program

2018

* MAY 2–6, 2018

Inside In: Moving with Feeling

a non-residential workshop with Zuza & Scott Engler
at a private location in Sebastopol, California
Can be taken as an Open Floor elective.
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MAY 18–20, 2018

The Luminescent Body: Gestalt Practice on the Open Floor

a weekend retreat with Zuza & Scott Engler
at Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California
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JUNE 30–JULY 7, 2018

Body as Living Presence 2017–2018
Module Three [closed]

Yearlong Program with Zuza & Scott,
assited by Karen Drucker, in Sebastopol
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OCTOBER 23–27, 2018

Soul Motion®: Foundations

a residential workshop with Zuza & Scott Engler
Totnes, England
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OCTOBER 19–21, 2018

Movement as Metaphor, Therapy, and Ticket to Infinity

a weekend with Zuza & Scott Engler
Warsaw, Poland

NOVEMBER 26–DECEMBER 1, 2018

Congregation: Waking Up, Together

a non-residential workshop with Zuza Engler.
in Sebastopol, California. Open to previous yearlong participants.
More details soon.

* DECEMBER 21–28, 2018

Soul Motion®: Tenderness at the Heart of the Dance

a seven-day holiday retreat with Zuza & Scott Engler
at Esalen Institute, Big Sur, California
Best way to book: call 831.667.3005.

2019

* JANUARY 2018

Moving into Dreamtime

with Zuza Engler and Denise Martini
inspired by Gestalt Dreamwork, Open Floor and Continuum Movement
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* FEBRUARY 16–23, 2019

Relax into Being: Blue Spirit Costa Rica

a tropical retreat led by Zuza & Scott, with Saskia Schreiber
at Blue Spirit in Costa Rica
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The workshop far exceeded my expectations in terms of its depth and the places I re-met within myself. It was valuable to get in touch with my core vitality and what had been blocking it. The combination of solo, partner and full group time was exquisitely balanced. I bring back a renewed sense of myself.

Thomas Lucas