This weekly class is rooted in somatic, dance/movement, and expressive arts therapies as well as spiritual and energetic modalities.
Based on the empirically supported assertion that mind, body, and spirit are inseparable and interconnected, these therapeutic approaches provide an opportunity to attend to and nurture ourselves holistically. Our mindfulness practice will travel through stillness, movement, deep listening, creativity, and expression to promote self-healing and overall well-being.
The class is open to all with no experience required. Class material can be adapted for sitting, standing, or lying down. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and wash your hands before class.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for class payment and zoom login information!
Nick Duran Fair, MFTT, MFA, is an artist, teacher, and mental health clinician whose work attends to the mind, body, and spirit connection. They have taught at UCLA, California State University Long Beach, Loyola Marymount University, and Whitman College. Their work has been presented in Los Angeles by Pieter, PAM, REDCAT, Highways, Human Resources, and in New York City at the former Dance Theatre Workshop, Movement Research, and Danspace Project. They are a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee at Richstone Family Center and will attain an MS in Counseling Psychology from CSULB in December 2020. Their creative and therapeutic work synthesizes mind-body awareness, spiritual and energetic practices, and dance.