Sunday, April 30 | 10am-1pm Pacific Time | $50
How can we live our lives with more creativity? How can we make art with more meaning?
In the Tamalpa Life/Art Process, movement and life are intertwined. Our bodies communicate our life experiences through movement, and this movement has the potential to connect us with the creative forces within. It can also open us up to new ways of expressing what lives inside of us.In this workshop, we will begin with a dive into the internal landscape of the sensorial body. The dances that arise from these movements will be further explored using drawing and creative writing, enlivening the conversation between body and imagination. This process will create the opportunity for you to make meaning from movement, and to uncover connections between your dances and your life experiences.
Join Dr. Rosario Sammartino for a journey of creative exploration and self-discovery. No previous art experience is necessary.
Rosario Sammartino, Tamalpa Institute Faculty
Rosario Sammartino, Ph.D., RSME, RSMT, is a leading therapist and educator in the intersecting fields of expressive arts, somatics and depth psychology. With over twenty years of experience, her work explores the relationship between body, emotion and imagination. Rosario is a core faculty member of Tamalpa Institute, the internationally recognized training center for movement-based expressive arts therapy, where she trains an international student body. She is an adjunct professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS); as well as the founder of Anthropos Institute, an art and self-development Center located in Buenos Aires, where she is originally from. Rosario maintains a private practice and leads numerous lectures & workshops nationally and internationally. She has taken her work to healing and educational centers, bringing innovative models for health and embodied creativity to diverse populations. www.rosariosammartino.com