A Daylong Workshop for Women in May

A Daylong Workshop for Women

Saturday, January 18, 2014

9am – 4pm (with one hour break for lunch).


Join us for a day of personal discovery exploring what music and movement make you feel most alive.

Which voice ad movement qualities reveal who you are? What is the music that 'sings' to you? What do you like to do that 'moves' you? What kind of everyday sound do you gravitate towards or away from? Do you enjoy walking or dancing or playing some sport? At this workshop we shall explore a few activities and exercises that can further deepen our understanding and appreciation of ourselves. For example: how do simple tones and steps that are light in quality, vs. strong, make us feel? We shall discuss the effect of these and other preferences in various areas of our lives--in our relationships with others, in our work and play. Finding what is pleasing to our ears, and our bodies in motion, may open discoveries for the future. Although the facilitators are music and dance therapy professionals, this is not a therapy session. We hope that your awareness of some of these areas will enhance your lives and stimulate you to further explorations.
Facilitated by: Music therapist RoseAnna P. Cyr, MA, MT-BC and Dance/Movement Therapist Grace Valentine, MA, LPC, BC-DMT, DTRL.

Please register by May 10. We shall confirm your registration by May 14.