Friday, December 12, 2008

2009 AUTHENTIC MOVEMENT with Susan Baum

Winter is a wonderful time to delve inward, and find depth and light through connecting to oneself. The practice of Authentic Movement fosters quiet internal attention and expands awareness of one's body and mind. By listening to the body, and finding movement from within, we explore the dance of presence, witnessing ourselves and others as awake and open as possible.

Every other Monday, January–June 2009, 7:15-9:15pm $300
(1/19, 2/ 2, 2/16, 3/2, 3/16, 3/30, 4/13, 4/27, 5/11, 5/25, 6/8, 6/22)
Over the course of six months we will move, witness, and delve into this practice that opens us to our bodies and to a deeper sense of self. Simple and expansive, we can find states of being that bring greater ease and aliveness. Open to all levels of experience, this group is ideal for those who want to develop in the practice and feel a sense of cohesion and community through an ongoing group.

Saturdays, Feb 21 and March 21, 2:00-5:00pm
$40 each workshop or $75 for both
In these workshops will open to our bodies, listening to ourselves in new and expansive ways. By giving over to what is not yet known we are moved into authenticity, surprise & deep enjoyment. Come try it!

Saturday, April 4, 10am-5:30pm $95
A day to slow down and listen within, we can open to our bodies and emerge transformed by the simple practice of mindful human presence. We will share food and a sense of community in a beautiful studio nestled amidst the trees. This is a wonderful way to take some time for yourself!

To register or for information about Body-Oriented Psychotherapy contact Susan Baum at (206) 778-9183 or

Seattle groups will be held at the Palace Studio, 226 NW Bowdoin Place in Fremont.

Susan Baum MA LMHC is a psychotherapist in private practice working with individuals, couples and groups. Her approach to Authentic Movement is informed by her training in psychology, and her experience as a mover guides her holistic and body-based approach to psychotherapy. Susan brings her warmth and lively spirit to what she does, and provides an attentive and experienced presence that supports meaningful personal work.

Susan Baum MA LMHC
Psychotherapy for the Body and Mind
402 NE 72nd St Suite 5
Seattle, WA 98115
(206) 778-9183

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