Mysticism is neither a faith nor a belief, nor is it a principle or a dogma. A mystic is born; being a mystic means having a certain temperament, a certain outlook on life. It is for this reason that many are confused by the word mystic, because mysticism cannot be explained in plain words.
Soul Motion: The Way of the Moving Mystic is an advanced-level program open to ALL who have completed Soul Motion: Foundations. Next Series begins: April 18-22, 2018; October 17-21, 2018 & February 6-10, 2019
Led by Faculty of the Soul Motion School. This first offering is led by Michael Molin-Skelton and Aletia A. Alvarez
As somatic practitioners, we continue to unfold and learn within the tradition of conscious dance as a metaphor for understanding the alchemy of our everyday lives.
Mysticism is “a constellation of distinctive practices, discourses, texts, institutions, traditions, and experiences aimed at human transformation, variously defined in different traditions.” Wikipedia
Our path is to continue to open and receive the wisdom of body vision and knowledge. This program takes the next step in receiving and recovering the somatic resources available to us through movement, ritual, poetry, nature, journaling, prayer, art, and the dynamics of tending space.
Soul Motion: The Way of the Moving Mystic is a three-part series (each residential session is five-days). Included in tuition is monthly on-line group calls with faculty, as well as individual one-on-one calls with peers and faculty.
Tuition for this 3-PART SERIES is $1,395.
To reserve your space – enroll NOW.
Schedule (for travel arrangements): First session begins at 6:30 p.m. April 18 (Check-in for housing opens at 4:30 pm)
Ending on April 22 is 3:00 p.m.
Note: a payment plan is available if needed – inquire.
Aletia Anna Alvarez is co-founder of Madrona MindBody Institute. She calls herself a Dance Detective: a deep diver into the ongoing and to the ever present mystery of resourcing our body’s intelligence as the entrusted leader for sustaining and relaxing into the everyday dance; a dynamic landscape of change, transformation and rational inquiry.
Michael Molin-Skelton holds sacred: “The Love of my Life Anneli, the miracle we named Jaylan, friends that cherish and challenge me, dancing alone, dancing with you, and love…Dancing is not something I do, it is simply who I am”. Michael is a senior faculty member for Soul Motion School and resides in Port Townsend, Washington.