A conference exploring portals to the landscape of the body.
Since ancient times and through all lineages the connection with the land has been a deep internal resource for our soul, body, mind, and spirit.
At this gathering, we will deepen our artistry to commune with our own body, the body of the other, as well as the bigger body of the earth and those who have walked before us.
Through somatic and movement practices we will balance our nervous system, connect with our fluid system, and enter into a dreamscape of sensations and images. Participants will experience a sense of deep belonging expressing and sharing their experiences through the language of the creative arts. From this place of safety we will inquire further into themes, including
- The power of ritual: conscious actions of the sacred.
- The amniotic waters. The landscape of gestation
- Dreamtime as a conscious setting of intent
- Our breath, a spiraling pathway
- Portals: landscapes of release and replenishment
- Ancestors: Listening to the wisdom and healing of lineage.
We look forward to co-create this experience with creative souls, somatic practitioners and researchers, expressive artists, and anyone with a curiosity to inquire into the theme of the breathing body in relationship to the bigger landscape.
When: February 22nd 2019, 4pm-6pm, February 23th and 24th 2019; 10 am – 5pm
Where: Haiku, Maui, Hawaii. Detailed address will be shared upon registration
Costs: $200 Early registration till January 20th 2019, $250 regular registration
Limited space available. For further questions and to register please contact Caroline : email@example.com, +1 808 280 6409
About the presenters
Caroline Kleindienst, MA, RSMT is a lifelong student of movement and stillness. She is a registered somatic movement therapist, expressive arts practitioner and artist. Caroline feels passionate about helping people to connect to the language of the soul using creative expression and nature-based rituals. She has witnessed and facilitated the healing power of art and embodied approaches for 20 years and runs a private practice on Maui working with individuals and groups. More info: www.carolinekleindienst.net
Narelle Carter-Quinlan, BAppSc has danced all her life. Her work is an homage and embodiment of the places where the Land echoes our physicality. Formally trained in dance, she has worked as an independent dance artist for over four decades, as a performer, choreographer and artistic director. As a yoga therapist, an Anatomist, and a photographer, Narelle sees the body as a living expression of consciousness and wholeness; part of the greater ecology of the sacred. More info: www.embodiedterrain.com