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[Live Streamed] Meditation in Motion with Tara Stepenberg
June 22 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am
An event every week that begins at 8:30 am on Monday, repeating until Jun 22, 2020
A time to mindfully move, explore, play, and perhaps discover ways to balance all the forward eyes, computer shoulders, and sitting we are doing as we shelter in place. There will be minimal direction along with pleasurable dance woven with improvisational structures. Every Body Welcome!
Please have a chair handy, clear some space so you can move freely.
Disclaimer: Since this will be an online offering, please listen mindfully and compassionately to your body’s limitations. Anything shared is not a substitute for professional help or medical treatment.
Dates & Time: Mondays, June 1st – 22nd, 2020 @8:30am-9:30am
About the instructor: Tara Stepenberg
Tara, a Juilliard graduate, has been deeply engaged with movement as a performing and creative artist and as a somatic and spiritual practitioner for many years. She began focused meditation practice in l978 with Dhyani Yahoo and Kempo Tsewang and became a student of Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche in 2010. Prior to coming to the Northwest, Tara’s work was primarily in University Education and private practive. In addition to developing and directing the Dance Department at Hampshire College, she has taught at Connecticut Wesleyan, The Naropa Institute, and Southwestern College. She also directed the Certificate Programs in Laban Movement Analysis at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies in NYC. She is a long-time practitioner of Authentic Movement and has also trained in BodyMind Psychotherapy with Susan Aposhayan. and BodyMind Centering with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen She works as a Pilates educator at The Pacific Northwest Ballet and has a private practice: Somatic Resonance. Tara loves the places and spaces that engagement with the bodymind reveals and enjoys being a co-journier with others.
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