This workshop is an invitation to experience an intimate connection with a particular place in where you dwell, through dance, drawing and dialogue.
Presented by Tamalpa Institute
July 8, 15, 22, & 29
Online Series: Presencing Place: Toward Cultivating the Embodied and Embedded Self
With Ken Otter, Ph.D.
Four Fridays, July 8, 15, 22, & 29 10am – 11:30 am Pacific Time, Cost: $70
This workshop is an invitation to experience an intimate connection with a particular place in where you dwell, through dance, drawing and dialogue. These connections serve to awaken our inherent participation and belonging to the larger living world, which in turn expands consciousness, generates more vitality, and fosters a greater sense of well-being. Our weekly meetings prepare you to perform simple scores in the environment in between sessions, as well as provide opportunities for reflection and new learning in an environment of mutual support and creative engagement.
Ken Otter, PhD: It was experiencing the environmental work of Anna and Larry Halprin over 40 years ago that moved me to drop everything and immerse myself in the transformative power of the Life/Art Process, first as a student and performer, and then as a teacher. Enacting the Life/Art Process to awaken our inherent belonging and participation to the whole of nature has been an integral part of my life and work ever since.
Register Here by July 8, 8:30AM PT:
For questions or information email: TI-Workshops@tamalpa.org