Moving with Dreams | Zuza Engler | Transformative Dance & Embodied Inquiry
WORKSHOP DETAILS

Moving into Dreamtime

a workshop with Zuza Engler and Denise Martini of SomaSense
inspired by Gestalt Dreamwork, Open Floor and Continuum Movement

An invitation to deepen your contact with the mysterious, magical life of the soul.

JANUARY 2018

DETAILS TBA
This workshop qualifies as a prerequisite for the Body as Living Presence Yearlong Program.

WHERE

A private studio near Sonoma, CA

WHY DO THIS?

Dreams are a powerful portal into the psyche. When creatively embodied, they offer meaning, depth, and purpose. They help make sense of confusing or overwhelming life situations, show the way out of unresolved dilemmas, and bring integration of the countless disparate experiences we encounter on our inner and outer paths.

Receive personalized teachings and direction for the New Year—directly from the Great Dreamer continually dreaming you into being.

Move, breathe, sound, and speak from and into your dreams—whether night dreams, day dreams, or life dreams—using them to touch what is alive, relevant, important for you right now.

Forget everything you ever knew about what dream symbols “mean.” Guided and supported in a creative and playful engagement with your interior landscape and with others, you will have space and permission to listen for your own discovery of meaning out of the richly layered tapestry of your dreaming and waking self.

WHAT WILL WE DO?

In this small group (12-16 people) experiential immersion into dreamtime, we will focus on partner/triad practices, expressive and integrative inquiries through movement, sound, breath, art. Demo dream sessions of varying lengths will also be offered. Denise will lead sessions inspired by Continuum Movement every day. See her website here.

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