Reimagine Spring Events
Private Event

Mourning, Moving, and Accompaniment

Hosted by Sasha Soreff
Mourning, Moving, and Accompaniment

This is a digital event. You should receive information in your ticket or from the host about how to join online.

$8 - $25
How can we touch grief and not be consumed? How can we tend to our hearts and still be in the world? This workshop invites us to explore grief in community with resonant words and movement.

Mourning, Moving and Accompaniment provides a space for honoring grief in community. When we are accompanied in our grief, we can become more present to ourselves and others. Resonant empathy, rooted in the principles of Non-Violent Communication an coupled with creative movement, invites us to compassionately connect with our experiences. The result is a way to meet ourselves with warmth and curiosity, tapping into expression that is authentic, unfiltered, heart-centered. This kind of loosely structured, creative movement can bring us from our heads into our bodies, and toward a deeper level of self-connection and healing.

Note: All movement can be done seated, and all movement invitations are optional; all forms of creative expression and embodiment, including stillness, is welcome.

About Sasha Soreff

Sasha Soreff is a New York City-based choreographer, transformational coach, and resonant movement facilitator.

In workshops, Sasha weaves relational neuroscience, somatic movement, and transformational principles together, to support participants to discover deep self-connection and soulful expression—resulting in powerful, life-enhancing insights.

As Artistic Director of Sasha Soreff Dance Theater, she has been sharing multigenerational, participatory work for two decades.

She is passionate about the power of the arts and empathy to build community and create an anti-racist, care-centered world.

Type:

Movement & Dance Ritual & Ceremony Storytelling Community Gathering Celebration & Remembrance

Track:

Spirituality Arts & Entertainment Grief Isolation & Connection Living Fully