has been on the spiral path of kinesthetic investigation into consciousness for close to three decades, in motion, stillness, and process inquiry. She is a Soul Motion™ teacher and trainer, designer of Embodied Inquiry, and a long-term practitioner of Buddhism and Gestalt Practice.
“Soul is flow, an ever-changing cloudscape of textures, hues, sensations, scents, and feelings,” writes Zuza. “Soul is how the deathless Presence meets and moves a finite human body. In this workshop, we will reclaim the body-in-motion as a doorway to the soul’s flow, to the life that is unfolding just under the surface of everyday forgetting.
Alchemy is a mystical process of experimentation in which something not yet fully known or understood can be explored in a creative engagement with imagination. In this workshop, we employ the attitude of the alchemist through the mediums of art and movement. Participants bring a personal question, dilemma, dream, or desire, thus co-creating a field of transformative inquiry. Guided through a variety of procedures, we work with mixed media, including paint, texture, and ordinary and evocative images from junk mail and magazines, to utilize in our inner and outer unfolding.
With our body we are in the presence of a force that is filled with wisdom, loving, flawlessly reliable, and, strange to say, worthy of our deepest devotion. —Reginald Ray
Are you, like many of us, living suspended between the yearning for self-expression and the fear of being too much –– or not enough? Do you know both your tendency to hide and your deep desire to offer something of value to the world? Are you confused by the apparent conflict between the truth of spiritual unity and the complexity of human interactions?
What if one day, you woke up smack in the midst of the human condition with absolutely no need to fix, deny, solve, or transcend anything? What if you knew how to offer your friends, family, co-workers, children, clients, patients, or students (and yourself!) a spacious, centered presence that could meet every feeling, ache, joy…and impermanence itself?