How Movement Work and Body Oriented Psychotherapy Can Help You Transform Your Relationship With Yourself and Others
• Would you like to learn how to feel more grounded and connected to yourself and less tossed around by the ups and downs of your feelings and life?
• Do you tend to get anxious and avoid speaking your truth or asserting yourself in relationships when you need to?
• Do you sometimes feel stuck in your life, or in psychotherapy – knowing intellectually what changes you want to make but unable to make them emotionally?
While therapy and movement work can each be powerful in their own right, when combined you simultaneously experience an integration of your psychological functioning and a sense of foundational support through your physical structure which supports how you meet your own experience and everything in your world. Learning how to mindfully refine your movement opens up more options for an expanded range in living and meeting others.
This workshop brings together two seasoned practitioners who practice mind-body integration. Dan Rindler, GCFP is an experienced Feldenkrais practitioner who specializes in using movement work with anxiety and other psychological issues in children and adults. Stacey Klein, LCSW is a seasoned somatic and relational psychotherapist who integrates body, mind and spirit in her practice with children, adolescents and adults.
In this 3 hour workshop, you will be guided through gentle experiential body awareness and movement exercises designed to heighten awareness of your habitual and unconscious patterns and discover untapped inner resources that will help you feel more empowered and grounded in your life. We will use individual exploration and partner experiments where you will be able to share your experiences with your partners according to your own comfort level.
This workshop is open to all, including new and experienced movement practitioners, psychotherapists and anyone interested in beginning or going deeper into their own mindfulness practice or doing deeper work on getting unstuck. No prior experience is necessary; we will support you if movement is a new frontier for you!
At Moving Body Resources
112 W27th Street, #400, New York, NY 10001
Sunday, June 11th, 2017
10am – 1pm
Co-Presented by Dan Rindler GCFP + Stacey Klein LCSW
Stacey Klein, LCSW is a holistic and integrative psychotherapist in private practice in Manhattan. She blends traditional and mind- body psychotherapy approaches with eastern and western spiritual and intuitive practices (buddhist psychology, kabbalah, astrology). Her areas of specialty include anxiety, phobias, obsessive compulsive patterns, recovery from medical and psychiatric illness, relationships, highly sensitive and intuitive children and adults and spiritual awakenings (Kundalini).
Stacey leads trainings and workshops for clinicians, movement practitioners and the general public on how to live from a more embodied, centered place. Her greatest passion is helping people sort through their difficult early conditioning so they can find greater balance and an easier expression of their own unique gifts in the world. www.therapyinmanhattan.com
Dan Rindler, GCFP, is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner (2006) with a private practice in Brooklyn and Manhattan. In Dan’s practice, he works not as a healer, but as a hands-on teacher for clients from all walks of life including those with chronic pain, anxiety, trauma, challenges with mobility, balance, as well as infants and children with developmental delays. He has taught Feldenkrais-based seminars and trainings for movement practitioners and therapists, including at the Feldenkrais Institute of NY. Dan is dedicated to guiding his clients to discover their inner resources for strength and resilience, and to thereby open up new possibilities to live their lives more fully. www.brooklynfeldenkrais.com