19 & 20 May 2018
Weekend Workshop 10.00am– 5.00pm
Habitat Hawthorn (Augustine Centre) - 2 Minona St HAWTHORN 3122
Opening the Door to Archetypal Energy:
Creative Practices to deepen our experience of living
NOTE - This weekend follows Padma Menon's presentation on Friday, 18th May
Padma Menon: The Dance of Siva
The archetype of Dancing Siva is one of the most powerful symbols of the circle of destruction and creation that is life. These sessions offer an opportunity to enter the physicality of this archetype through dance sculptures (karanas), ancient poetry and texts and stories. Padma uses Indian dance theatre traditions which have embodied archetypes for centuries. There will also be guided improvisation and reflection as part of the sessions. No previous dance experience is required to participate in the workshops. http://movingarchetypes.com.au/
Michelle Morgan: Creating the Archetypal Image
Michelle is an Art Therapist and director of Cocoon Creative Arts Therapies. Michelle’s sessions will focus on releasing archetypal energy by drawing, painting or sculpting the archetypes that emerge from our unconscious. www.cocooncreativeartstherapies.com.au/
Jeremy Martin: Action Methods for Archetypal Energy
Jeremy has been active in performance, teaching, community theatre and facilitating creative expression for 20 years and is a practicing member of the HTA as a Transpersonal Counsellor. Jeremy’s sessions will use action methods, drawing upon Psychodrama and Playback Theatre methods to engage with the archetypal energies and themes that develop during the symposium. He will work to cultivate what emerges as conscious creative forces in our lives.
John Power: Archetype & Ritual
John has practiced for 25 years as a Philosophy & Spirituality teacher and as an Anglican priest. He facilitates Numinous, the Melbourne Jung Society’s Spirituality Interest Group, Connections meetup and archetypalspiriutality.org. John will facilitate rituals throughout the two days that will help us release the flow of archetypal energy in our lives.