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ThresholdArts helps individuals who are facing a major threshold in their relationships or work, or who wish to improve their ability to navigate defining moments in their lives. In this workshop, through group work and improvisational arts, we will focus on how we steward and sustain ourselves as individuals in relationship with others and with our work.
In particular, we will explore the critical tasks of shaping and evolving our professional and personal relationships, and practice ways to improve the presence and clarity we bring to choices which can alter the course of our future. The vision for this program is to equip you with the capacity to respond to circumstances like these in a way which empowers you to deliberately shape your life.
Co-developed by Mitch Saunders and Maryliz Smith, the ThresholdArts approach is to meet participants at the frontiers of their life journeys, and with the belief that your path is more true when taken with artistry and improvisation rather than conforming your choices to a limiting belief system or pre-conceived "ideal."
To cultivate the capacity for personal renewal throughout the weekend, we will employ a unique blend of practices for tapping the wisdom of your body, group exercises to develop and test new moves for difficult situations, and improvisational arts to anchor and ground insights which emerge in dialogue with one another. Ample time will be given for individual work and reflection to aid in the learning process.
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To learn more and register for the upcoming program January 11-13 at the Whidbey Institute, visit:
The early registration rate ends January 1st! $245 (early registration $195 before January 1, 2013)