Friday, May 25th, 2018
5pm – 8pm
468 Queen Street East, Toronto
$50 CREATE students
For those in need, please use this code:
30%off_ accessibility_ scholarship
at time of purchase online.
Participants explore embodied experience through dance in this workshop facilitated by psychotherapist, expressive arts therapist, author and choreographer Kathleen Rea. Kathleen will lead participants through methods developed in her work with therapeutic performance facilitation. Discover how playful engagement of body awareness and dance can enliven one's connection to the world and those around them. Life experiences will begin to be expressed through movement and shape, and participants will feel the power of non-verbal communication to express the human condition. This workshop is accessible for people with no dance experience and will also be informative for people with extensive dance experience. This workshop is designed for practitioners of healing art professions and those interested in expressive arts.
Kathleen Rea has a Master’s in Expressive Arts Therapy from (Create Institute & European Graduate School) and is a Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO). Kathleen has taught at School of Toronto Dance Theatre, York University, and Niagara College and she is a faculty member of George Brown Dance. She has choreographed over 40 dance works, has been nominated for five DORA awards and is a recipient of a K. M. Hunter Choreographic Award. She is a published author (“The Healing Dance”, Charles C. Thomas). She is the director of REAson d’etre dance productions who produces the Wednesday Dance Jam, the Contact Dance International Film Festival and the Moved by Natural Forces Retreat.
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Kathleen Rea’s book the Healing Dance: The life and practice of an expressive arts therapist will be for sale for $40 at the end of the workshop through cash, cheque, credit or debit
Photo header: Bill Coleman film still from footage by Drew Berry