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Dancing into Active Hope WEBINAR

Dancing into Active Hope WEBINAR

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We invite you to join us as we employ somatic practices to explore how the Active Hope Spiral can increase both our sense of personal wellbeing and our ability to make a difference in our world. In this webinar we will access and integrate gratitude, the first phase of the Spiral, through creative movement, dance, yoga practices and meditation.

WEBINAR: Introducing ‘Dancing into Active Hope’ 

Dates: 14 April, 7-8pm BST (UK time)

Facilitated by Margo van Greta and Sharon Took-Zozaya

Active Hope is a practice that cultivates our ability to respond to the challenges of our life and our world. “How to face the mess we’re in without going crazy” is the subtitle of the Active Hope book by Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone. Translating the stages of Active Hope into mindful movement can increase its impact and lead to increased self-awareness, stability, resilience and empowerment to act for the greater good in our own lives and in the wider world. During this webinar we focus on the theme of gratitude, a quality that cultivates our resilience.

This is an introduction to a 4 week online course Dancing into Active Hope, starting 21 April. Please contact us for details.

The suggested donation for this webinar is between £15-5

However, no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Please donate generously within your means but feel free to join us even if you can't contribute financially.

About the facilitators:

MARGO VAN GRETA is a pioneer of holistic spirituality and a facilitator of transformation, creating a safe and supportive space for deepening the inner journey. She studied with Joanna Macy, facilitates Active Hope and other courses online, and lives in the Findhorn Eco Village in Scotland.

SHARON TOOK-ZOZAYA is inspired by our capacity to creatively engage with inner resources  and spiritual wholeness through the body. She has 40 plus years’ experience facilitating embodiment activities including dance, yoga, meditation, kinesiology and other somatic practices that support individuals and small groups to reach their goals for increased self-efficacy, emotional stability, physical ease, spiritual connection, and creativity. 

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