Embodiment, Soul and Creative Practice Workshop
Presenter: Dr Maya Ward
After all, the essential thing is not the shadow but the body which casts it. CG Jung – CW 16: p. 64
Join us to explore the body’s role in creative processes. Learn how to access our body’s poetic ‘soul voice’ through body awareness and movement practices. There is growing understanding of the role of movement in enabling enhanced intelligence, supporting mental health and opening access to our creative depths.
The archetypes can be experienced within us via the physical: we will be moving, writing, and practicing methods of deep relaxation and meditation, aiming to meet and dialogue with the archetypal aspects of soul via a variety of modalities. This will be a safe, supportive journey toward the deep well of creativity dwelling in us all.
Dr Maya Ward teaches dance and creative writing, usually separately, but occasionally together. She is passionately interested in how movement practices and the rich legacy of knowledge championed by Jung, can support cultural change towards sustainability, creativity and innovative thinking.
She lives in Warburton and is the author of The Comfort of Water: A River Pilgrimage, an account of her 21 day journey along the Wurundjeri Songline of the Yarra River. This book was shortlisted by the Victoria State Library for the 2012 ‘Year of Reading’.
Maya has a Masters Degree in Applied Science (Social Ecology). Since completing her Phd in Creative Writing. Maya has continued researching the nexus between Archetypal Presence, Somatics and Body Awareness.
Payment: to be Advised
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Cancellation/Refund policy – Refunds for monies paid (less $25 admin fee) will be issued upon receipt of written request 7-days prior to the commencement of the workshop, course or event. If less than 7-days notice, only 50% of the full fee will be refunded. Once the workshop, course, series or event has commenced, no refunds will be allowed.