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.
... Be inspired by the flame
where everything shines as it disappears. —Rainer Maria Rilke
“What in your life could use some breath, space, movement, flow, a sprinkle of humor?” Ask Zuza and Scott Engler. “Where are you called toward a more passionate participation — or toward a deeper letting go? What if you had ways to show up with change, impermanence, and the whole everyday mess of the human condition while in touch with the deathless Presence in which everything dances?