Initiation Series | Zuza Engler | Transformative Dance & Embodied Inquiry
WORKSHOP DETAILS

Initiation Series: An Embodied Inquiry Circle

APRIL 22-24 | JULY 1-3 | SEPTEMBER 30–OCTOBER 2

FRIDAY 1:30–7ish | SATURDAY 10–7ish | SUNDAY 2-7

WHERE

This non-residential workshop will be held at a private studio in Sebastopol, CA. Please contact us for help with accommodations.

TUITION

Total: $825 if paid by April 1 / $900 after
You can choose to pay in three $300 installments. Please contact us for details.

TO REGISTER

This group is open to 12-15 people. Preregistration is necessary. 
Prior experience is recommended. If unsure, please inquire.

* * * THE WORKSHOP IS FULL * * * 

Payments (for confirmed participants only):

After April 1
 
THE SMALL PRINT

All payments become non-refundable April 1.

This series of three weekend meetings with Zuza

is a small group immersion into the art of initiation: ways of contacting, exploring, and expressing experience in service of self-discovery, deepening, opening, possibly healing, hopefully some laughter. In the spirit of aloha, all ways.

WHAT WE WILL DO

We will develop and deepen our capacity for being with direct experience, through motion, stillness and inner inquiry. Each participant will have the option to take the "open seat" to receive a session, about 60 minutes in length, reflected by Zuza, with everyone else's presence (and sometimes participation). Held in a strong field of presence, you will have space and permission to follow the thread of your own discovery. We will have time after each session to share our experience, and if there's interest, discuss some aspects of the practice relevant to what just happened.

The open seat sessions will be interspersed with partner/triad practices, expressive and integrative interludes (movement, sound, breath, art, writing, nature), teaching, and discussion.

WHY DO THIS

A meeting such as this is a powerful way to be together in presence, to see how embodied inquiry works, to get to know oneself and each other, to experience the magic of a circle/congregation/community field, and to practice openness, kindness, compassion, patience, and a sense of humor. If curious, or unsure watch this video for some idea of how this goes.

This work feeds me in ways I have yet to imagine. I am experiencing a feeling of sharing, knowledge, strength, openness, vulnerability and connectedness to my own self within the infinite. I really appreciate all Zuza does; her willingness to delve into such inquiry is rich.
Kenny Reardon