Continuum teacher and bodyworker Val Leoffler discusses a creative approach to healing
in her work with clients, as well as in her own recovery from a brain tumor (6:07 min).
Dear <<First Name>>,
With each message, my hope is to benefit your well-being.
As the light lessens each day of the fall season, evenings become a good time to watch the inspiring videos in our Continuum & Creativity of Health series.
Here we bring you Val Leoffler's honest and wise depiction of the effects of injury and how she weaves these into a highly relational path to recovery. Upcoming videos feature human rights psychotherapist/dance therapist Amber Elizabeth Gray and My Stroke of Insight author Ashima Kahrs. Drawing on their experiences with Continuum, each offers a radical vision of healing in the face of great challenge.
It is not too late to join Megan Bathory-Peeler, Jean-Claude van Itallie, and me at Shantigar in Rowe, MA for Being with Trees, October 4-6. Connect with yourself, nature, other Continuum movers, and of course the wonderful trees, all in a beautiful setting.
As the cicadas call,
P.S. Click here to view previously released Continuum & Creativity of Health interviews with Kori Tolbert, Bonnie Gintis, Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell and Megan Bathory-Peeler.