4 Thursdays, March 11 – April 1, 10:00-11:30AM, Pacific Time
The archetype of the Queen optimally represents a woman who governs herself and others with maturity, wisdom, dignity, and grace. An aspect of the divine feminine, she is a sovereign, or powerful leader, who works for the well-being of her community. In turn, the Queen is deeply respected and beloved by her community.
Through movement/dance, drawing, and creative writing, we will connect with this archetype and invite the Queen to counsel us about leading ourselves and others artfully. Sharing in pairs and trios helps to build a sense of community and connection among participants, and we celebrate the women we are becoming individually and as a group.
(Featured artwork by Katherine Skaggs)
Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell, MA, EdM, is a registered Expressive Arts Therapist who guides groups and individuals into the creative landscapes of their bodies and imaginations. A faculty member of Tamalpa Institute and the Co-Chair of the Research and Publications Committee of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association (ISMETA), she presents internationally on the impact of movement on self-regulation and learning/growth across the lifespan. elisabethosgood.com
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Payment is for the full series. Drop-in payments for single sessions are not available for this series.