Authentic Movement as a Spiritual Practice
With Simona Aronow and Julie Leavitt
May 7, 2014 - 1:00pm - May 11, 2014 - 10:00am
Together we create sacred time and sacred space to put our attention to what is and allow its unfolding. Honoring our sacred body wisdom, we can access profound spiritual healing and inspiration. Our relationship to the Divine will be explored through stillness and movement as we become instruments for the Great Mystery unfolding through us. This direct and embodied knowing will guide and empower us to grow the roots and wings of our spiritual aliveness. Please join us in this process of presence and expression as we journey inward to our most authentic selves. All levels of experience and spiritual persuasions welcome.
To learn more and/or to apply, please contact Simona Aronow at firstname.lastname@example.org or (434) 996-3837.
Room & Board: $460
Simona Aronow has practiced Authentic Movement since 1975. She is a Dance/Movement Therapist through Antioch University (1978), certified by Laban/Bartenieff Institude for Movement Studies, NY (1987), and also a hands on somatic practitioner. Her passion is Authentic Movement and Embodied Spirituality as vehicles for personal healing and transformation. Simona is on faculty for the Embodying Spirit, En-Spiriting Body Training Program directed by Rabbi Diane Elliot at Bosch Bahai Retreat Center, CA.
Julie Leavitt learned Authentic Movement when she trained as a Dance/Movement Therapist at Lesley University in the early 1980s. Since then, she has practiced Authentic Movement and taught at Lesley and many other retreat settings. Her specialty is finding the integration between spiritual direction and Authentic Movement. Julie is on faculty for the Embodying Spirit, En-Spiriting Body Training Program directed by Rabbi Diane Elliot at Bosch Bahai Retreat Center, CA.