The Tamalpa Institute
Tamalpa Dances with Kaye Anderson

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A Taste of Tamalpa: Movement Ritual and the Life/Art Process

If your movement could speak, what would it say? In this brief look into the Tamalpa Life/Art Process, we'll begin with a portion of Movement Ritual (created by Anna Halprin) that will take us into a movement exploration to ignite creativity and get in touch with the body. Drawing and/or creative writing will help us connect our movement to what's alive now in our world, and harvest a few resources to take with us in our daily dance. No dance experience needed. Pre-registration required, maximum of 14 people.

Kaye Anderson, LCSW, is a Clinical Social Worker, graduate of the Tamalpa Institute’s Embodied Leadership Program, Tamalpa Practitioner, and Hoop-Dance teacher. Kaye has been leading dance classes and workshops for 10 years, and now uses the Tamalpa Life/Art Process in her clinical and supervisory/training work at JFK University's Holistic Counseling Center.

Special Instructions for Participants:
We recommend that you bring a water bottle and a snack, wear comfortable, layered clothing, and bring a journal/notebook and writing utensil. Please arrive a few minutes early.