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Join us for a Tamalpa Experience workshop in New York City!

 

Tamalpa Experience Workshop
with Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell

November 12, 2016
10AM - 5PM

Cost: $95 with payment received by October 15; $105 after October 15
Includes a $50 credit towards Level 1 training; valid for 2 years

Held at: Lucid Body House NYC
230 Lexington Avenue, New York City
(Between 33rd St. & 34th St. in Midtown Manhattan)

A $25 non-refundable deposit is charged for this workshop.
The remaining workshop fee is refundable with 24-hour cancellation notice.

 


 


If your body could speak, what would it say?

The Tamalpa Experience introduces an approach that enlivens dialogue between body and imagination, life experiences and art making. Using movement, drawing, poetic writing, and improvisational performance, participants will tap into art's symbolic language to explore current life themes and generate new resources.

This workshop is designed to give participants an experiential understanding of Tamalpa's work in movement-based expressive arts. The Tamalpa Experience workshops are recommended as an introduction to our training programs.

We are excited to hold this workshop in New York City! Lucid Body House is located conveniently between 33rd St. and 34th St. in Midtown Manhattan.

 

Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell, MA, EdM, RSME, is a movement artist, educator, and researcher, who cherishes the body as a central medium for creativity, learning and growth. With degrees from Stanford University and Harvard Graduate School of Education, she can also be described as a “recovering academic” who facilitates somatic movement arts to help mend the mind-body split in herself and others. After graduating from Tamalpa Institute’s full-time training program in 2000, Elisabeth served the institute in various capacities as a teacher, administrator, and member of the Board of Directors. During her first graduate program in Psychology, she studied the impact that somatic movement and creative arts practices have on women’s development. During her second Master’s degree program in Mind, Brain and Education, Elisabeth investigated the effect that sensorimotor activities have on cognitive development of children. She has served on the Board of Directors of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association (ISMETA) since 2008. Currently, Elisabeth is delighted to offer Tamalpa Life/Art work to individuals and groups on the East Coast of the United States.

 

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