Wren Anderson Mind-Body Therapy

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

We will dance, draw, write, and witness. This is a Tamalpa Life/Art class, an exploration of body part mythology and metaphor. Our body is a
 community of different parts with stories that want to be told. Some parts are
 powerhouses, others are wounded, all with their own resources and challenges. We willl come together twice for 3 hr sessions using art as a way to renew, update, break through, witness and be witnessed. We will make dances from body stories, and the creative process will guide us in changing our habitual stories and ways of being, making space to embody the postures and dances that want to emerge.

As always, when we work on our art we work on our lives.