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What is Movement Medicine?

Posted by on 20 Dec, 2016 in Blog, Movement Medicine | 0 comments

What is Movement Medicine?

Here we go… What is Movement Medicine? We hope you enjoy the video as we do, we look forward to seeing you soon on the dance floor and we are delighted that our work will be available to more and more people. Please check also the Movement Medicine Association website to find the profiles of teachers and facilitators, listing of classes and events, and an introduction to Movement Medicine. http://www.movementmedicineassociation.org  

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Life as a work of art

Posted by on 12 Jul, 2015 in Blog, creativity, women | 0 comments

Life as a work of art

Interview with Tash Mitch   I am very happy to share this podcast I recorded with Tash Mitch. She included me in her project ” The Art of Life” and interviewed me. We discussed about creativity, how to be in artists in life and follow the path of the heart. Please relax, put your headphones on, click the blue link above to listen to it and enjoy! Thank...

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5 traditional medicines

Posted by on 15 Jul, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

I wrote an article for Aluna Temple Magazine Bridges and I am so happy about it, you can click here and read it! There are beautiful articles also by Ya`Acov Darling Khan and Caroline Carey from the School of movement Medicine. It has been a deep privilege writing for Aluna Magazine and I feel very honored and humbled to share my story. I have been asked to write about my journey with cancer and how drumming, dancing and singing have been healing forces in my life. I remember being love with the dance since I was a child….I can say dancing saved my life! In this profound and moving...

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Sound, voicework and Movement Medicine in Greece

Posted by on 4 Apr, 2014 in Blog, workshops | 0 comments

Sound, voicework and Movement Medicine in Greece

    Move, Play, Connect: A creative journey into sound, voice and Movement Medicine in fabulous Crete island     12th-19th of June 2014 Chora Skafion is the region for hiking gorges, pristine waters, majestic mountains and traditional food. This is a retreat to enjoy Nature, relax, play and heal. In the sessions dedicated to s ound, we will explore our relationship with rhythm, breath and the use of our voice and how these tools can give us greater creativity, freedom and capacity to express who we are and embrace more of ourselves. Sound and voice work aim to restore physical,...

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Drumming with battered women in London

Posted by on 4 Feb, 2014 in Blog, drum circle, women | 0 comments

Back in March 2011, I had an opportunity to work with some of the most incredibly brave women I have ever met in my life. Many of these ladies had been victims of violence for much of their lives and were dealing as well as they could with the physical and mental impact of terrible abuse. We were introduced through the Praxis centre for displaced people in London after it was suggested to me that some of my techniques for promoting wellbeing and relaxation might help. Through the Family Care Project, we came to the conclusion that perhaps a drumming session might be the most beneficial to...

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Movement Medicine with Laura Valenti in Sacramento

Posted by on 31 Jan, 2014 in Blog, Uncategorized, workshops | 0 comments

Movement Medicine with Laura Valenti in Sacramento

After a long journey with the School of Movement Medicine, I attended in December the first module of the Professional Training. I am currently allowed to teach MM as an apprentice teacher.  When I had a meeting with my teacher Susannah Darling Khan, she said to me I was going to be the gipsy teacher….and I thought wow…yes, this is what is going to happen, after I deeply felt that I couldn`t stay in London anymore on regular basis and that I wanted to travel, especially to places where there are communities living in a way that respects the Earth and embrace the sacred in daily...

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