Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Authentic Movement with Susan Baum

Authentic Movement is a simple yet profound practice of self-awareness and discovery. 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.

Fall/Winter Authentic Movement Groups
Authentic Movement Workshops
Saturdays, 2:30-5:30pm
October 22 and December 4
$45 per workshop or $80 for both

In these open level workshops, we will enter together into self-exploration through the practice of Authentic Movement.  Finding our way as movers, we will foster the pathways that enable us to listen internally and allow movement to emerge through our bodies. In time a stronger witnessing presence develops as we come to see ourselves in more open and compassionate ways. 

Authentic Movement Group for Experienced Movers

Sundays, 11:30am-3pm
Oct 16, Nov 13, Dec 11, Jan 22, Feb 26, March 18, April 15 , May 20, and June 10
$450 for year-long commitment (Payment plan available)

This group is for those with experience in the practice of Authentic Movement, who are interested in deepening their connection to self and others. We will move together, witness one another, and keep refining our language that is both expressive and spacious. Over and over we will enter, open, discover and articulate what arises individually and collectively. And by giving over to what is not yet known, we are moved into authenticity, surprise and deep enjoyment.

Pre-registration required for all groups. To register, or for information about Body-Oriented Psychotherapy, contact Susan Baum at (206) 778-9183 or e-mail her at authenticmovement (at) or visit

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.

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