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MOVEMENT, DANCE & EXPRESSIVE ARTS

Founded in 1978 by dance and expressive arts therapy pioneers Anna Halprin and Daria Halprin, Tamalpa Institute is internationally recognized for its unique approach to movement, dance, and expressive arts therapy and education.

EMBODIED HEALING & CREATIVITY

We offer classes and programs throughout the year for people who wish to incorporate the embodied creativity of the arts into their personal lives and professional practices.

SOCIAL CHANGE & TRANSFORMATION

We train and empower the next generation of leaders to utilize dance and the expressive arts as a catalyst for change and transformation in their communities, and throughout the world.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tamalpa Institute at the 2017 Bioneers Conference

October 20 - October 22

Tamalpa Institute at the 2017 Bioneers Conference

Join us at the Annual Bioneers Conference, where leading visionaries and innovators gather to share ideas and solutions for the world’s most immediate social and environmental challenges. Tamalpa will be there to discuss our movement-based expressive arts Training Program and out social transformation ArtCorps Program. Visit the 2017 Bioneers Conference Page to learn more!


Dances for Change ArtCorps Benefit

October 27

Dances for Change ArtCorps Benefit

Join us for a very special Art Corps Performance Benefit held at at the historic La Peña Cultural Center in Berkeley, featuring Artist Claudia Cuentas presenting her new album “Alma” with guest artist Jahan Khalighi and more. All ticket revenue will go towards Tamalpa ArtCorps.


The Resilient Landscape of the Body with Adriana Marchione

November 18

The Resilient Landscape of the Body with Adriana Marchione

Participants will be introduced to the dynamics of trauma through the Tamalpa Life/Art Process. This workshop will address somatic responses to stress, use drawing and movement to explore triggers, and open up possibilities for resilient responses.




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