March 10-11, 2006: Meg Wilbur and Tina Stromsted
LECTURE & WORKSHOP
This experiential weekend will explore elements from Marion Woodman's BodySoul approach and "embodied active imagination," rooted in the work of C.G. Jung.
On Friday, the presenters will discuss theoretical aspects of Jung's and Woodman's work. They will highlight significant learnings from their extensive participation and training with Marion Woodman at her Intensives, informed by their own unique backgrounds in dance, theater, Jungian and Somatic Psychology.
Saturday offers an opportunity to explore these theories in practice, deepening our connection to mind and body. Such work supports the reawakening of resonant consciousness in our cells, invites the play of imagination, and promotes integration through embodied dreamwork, movement, and voice, enhanced by music and art.
Authentic Movement is a gentle, natural means to nurture oneself, connect with buried energies, and unfold one's inner dance. Simple exercises in freeing the voice involve relaxation, breath, and sound to help release one's authentic voice. These creative processes do not involve performance, and are attuned to the needs of the individual.
Come explore "Jung embodied" through these gateways to the unconscious!
MEG WILBUR, MA, MFT, MFA is a Jungian Analyst, with a private practice in Los Angeles and the Central Coast of California, specializing in dream work and active imagination. She works as an Associate Analyst with Marion Woodman and her team, and serves as a board member of the Woodman Foundation. Meg is a professor emerita in UCLA's School of Theater, Film, and Television where she taught acting and voice for the stage, and directed plays. She also taught at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and writes and directs her own productions, featuring poetry and fairy tales. She is a founding member and faculty of the C.G.Jung Study Center of Southern California and leads workshops in active imagination, dreams, and voice.
TINA STROMSTED, Ph.D., ADTR (Registered Dance Therapist) is co-founder and former faculty at the Authentic Movement Institute in Berkeley. Currently she serves on the faculty and board of directors of the Marion Woodman Foundation and teaches at the Santa Barbara Institute, Esalen, and other universities and healing centers internationally.With a background in theater and dance, she has three decades of clinical experience. She is the author of numerous book chapters and articles in professional journals and a Candidate at the C.G.Jung Institute of San Francisco.Tina's passion is in integrating embodied, creative approaches to reclaiming body wisdom and living a life of soul. Her private practice is in San Francisco.