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Celebrating 38 Years of Embodied Creativity and Healing

Tamalpa Institute, founded in 1978 by dance and expressive arts therapy pioneers Anna Halprin and Daria Halprin, is a non-profit organization internationally recognized for its ground breaking training programs & workshops in a unique approach to movement based expressive arts education and therapy. About Tamalpa Institute ›› 

FEATURED VIDEO: An intimate look at the Tamalpa Life/Art Process from the perspective of Tamalpa Institute's co-founder and director.

FREE Meet the Work Evening at Tamalpa. January 20, 7-9pm

Tamalpa Experience Workshop. January 21, 10am-5pm

2017 Program & Events Calendar

Tamalpa Institute offers classes and workshops for the public throughout the year and a comprehensive training program in movement-based expressive arts education and therapy for people who wish to incorporate embodied creativity through the arts into their personal lives and professional practices. Learn More About Our Programs ››


We have launched our annual CrowdRise Campaign - All donations benefit Tamalpa ArtCorps!

As we embark on a new year, please join us to ensure that the Tamalpa ArtCorps continues its important work. Learn about the programs and people served, and the dreams for growing the future. Thank you for joining our circle of change - Every step we take, every offering we make, sends out ripples of hope and counts in the renewal of the world! Learn more about the people and programs of ArtCorps and donate here >>


ArtCorps - Tamalpa's social engagement program

At Tamalpa, we train and empower our students to utilize dance and the expressive arts as a catalyst for change and transformation in their lives, in their communities, and in the world. Your donation helps us to continue bringing our work to marginalized communities around the world. Together we can continue changing lives through the healing power of creative expression! Learn more about Tamalpa ArtCorps, read our Newsletter >>



Your contributions play an essential role in making Tamalpa and the ArtCorps programs and scholarships possible.
Visit here to read our list of 2015 donors.



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