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"Being ill, or having an injury, can be a very isolating experience."
- Continuum teacher and bodyworker Val Leoffler
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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,
Elaine

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.

BREATHE, MOVE, CREATE AT SHANTIGAR

Moving Body

being with trees

a weekend workshop with
Elaine Colandrea, Jean-Claude van Itallie and Megan Bathory-Peeler


OCTOBER 4-6, 2019



Take a weekend to slow down among vividly colored trees.

Breathe, Move, Create

     Moving slowly, spontaneously in Continuum,
     gently guided by teaching artists, 
     awaken the ocean of awareness within.




     As the Amazon's forests are decimated, and our climate suffers
human-made catastrophe, we dedicate
this Moving Body workshop to our friends the trees.

 

Movement Sessions with seasoned Continuum teachers.

Channeling your moving body into forms of creativity.

Quiet times to metabolize, meditate, and muse among Shantigar's trees.
 

Information and Registration:
www.shantigar.org

MOVING ART CARDS


Inspired by Prue Jeffries’ nature photographs from around our planet,
the Moving Arts Cards awareness practices are drawn from Elaine Colandrea’s years of teaching Continuum. The intention is to create an artful home practice
that extends a class/workshop experience.

The first edition is a set of 36 living art experience cards
wrapped in a silver organza bag that you can take with you anywhere.

Your Moving Art Cards order is a donation to support Watermark Arts.

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