Moving with Zuza | Zuza Engler | Transformative Dance & Embodied Inquiry

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Moving with Life: An Experience of Belonging
a Saturday with Zuza in Berkeley

Join us for a day of moving across landscapes of belonging.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 2108

11 AM – 5 PM

WHERE

FINNISH HALL | 1970 CHESTNUT STREET | BERKELEY

FEE
First 44 people $88 | then $108
All past yearlong participants $70 [if registered by October 27, 2018]


TO REGISTER

Hit the PayPal button or send us an email and then mail a check within 3 days.
If the $88 button is active, you're in!

Your fee:
THE FINE PRINT

Full refund for cancellations before October 27, 2018.
All discounts expire and your fee becomes non-refundable after October 27.

Do you remember that old poem by Rumi?

Come, come whoever you are | wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving. | Ours is not a caravan of despair. | Come even though you have broken your vows a thousand times, | Come, yet again, come...

Whether you consider yourself a saint or a sinner, a mover or a klutz, a lover or a lover of leaving, join us for one glorious day as we explore the possibility that following our hunger for community and belonging does not require a sacrifice of integrity – or that we don't have to be alone because we are feeling different, or shy, or even lost in despair.

Let's make together a dance in which we belong to Self, to each other, and to the world in all our complexity, awkwardness, and peculiar beauty. Let's move with Life and all that Life brings: sensations, textures, feelings, dreams, dilemmas, ridiculous fears and outrageous hopes. Let us experience being held and sustained by the great Mystery that is continually breathing us into Being.

Your presence matters.
Come as you are, in all our confused glory.
Come if you have broken your vows a thousand times.
Dance your way all the way home to the heart of belonging.


If you need to know more, please email us.

Zuza has appeared beside me to witness and comfort me in moments of despair, challenge me to go further in moments of joy, remind me of the value of contraction when I expand, encourage me to expand when I have withered, and invite me to "begin again" when I have given up. I am so very grateful to have her steadfast presence as a spiritual beacon in my life.

Annalise Madsen