This week’s Dance First Member Spotlight is from Caroline Kleindienst & Somatic Healing Arts Maui!
Caroline Kleindienst, MA, RSMT, is a registered somatic movement therapist, expressive arts therapy practitioner, and artist living in Maui, Hawaii.
She has been engaged in the healing arts for 20 years and runs a private practice as a somatic movement therapist, specializing in trauma, depression and anxiety, grief and loss, relationship issues, chronic illness, eating disorders, recovery from addiction, and life transitions.
Caroline is trained in various healing modalities to gain a deeper relationship to your body, discover your true self, and open your life to new possibilities for passion, purpose, and love:
Somatic Movement Therapy
Embodied Mindfulness Meditation
Body and Energy Work
Caroline offers custom-designed personal retreats in Maui, Hawaii. She works with individuals and groups in Hawaii and internationally online via Skype. Personal retreats are available in English and German. They include somatic movement therapy sessions, expressive arts, meditations, family constellations, excursions to ancient Hawaiian sites, encounters with sea turtles, dolphins, or whales, and ceremonies.
In Caroline’s Words: How We Got Started
My inquiry into the awakening awareness of my body began in my childhood. Through creative movement, drawing, and creative writing, I found myself intuitively building a safe container with the tools of art in my early years that helped me to hold the stories and challenges of my life.
Deeper communication between body, mind, and spirit became a tool to connect to the wisdom of my body. Unveiling this deep wisdom, asking for guidance and support through movement and creative expression has become a guiding principle in my life since.
I feel passionate about serving the needs of individuals, groups, and the greater community through building bridges between body, psyche, and spirit. My intention is to create a safe space to support my clients in exploring the stories and rhythms of their life and finding new resources for their life and art.
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