Embodying, Expressing, & Empathizing with Grief -two Sundays
This is a digital event. You should receive information in your ticket or from the host about how to join online.
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- Sunday, 4.16 8-11 am pacific/11 am -2 pm eastern
- Sunday, 4.23 pm 8-11 am pacific/11 am -2 pm eastern
The workshop also includes a preliminary 1/2 hour 1:1 conversation with Sasha to connect and get oriented ahead of the weekend. Sasha will invite you to schedule this when you register.
photo by Yi-Chun Wu
About the Retreat
Led by transformational coach and movement artist Sasha Soreff, this is a zoom two Sunday retreat space for honoring grief in community. Empathic conversation, rooted in the principles of Non-Violent Communication and coupled with creative movement, invites us to connect with our experiences of loss with compassion and support. When we are accompanied in our grief - as well as anger, shame, fear, and other emotions, we can become more present to ourselves and others. Creative movement allows for the embodied expression of long-held feelings, bringing us from our heads into our hearts and toward a deeper level of self-connection and healing. Over the weekend, we will engage in empathy/movement practices, learn about the relational neuroscience underpinning them, and develop our own movement vocabularies to support our processing of grief and other emotions in a heartful learning community.
Note: All movement can be done seated or lying down, 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, dance teacher, empathy/movement facilitator, certified transformational coach,and cancer journeyer.
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.
“I lost a close friend to COVID-19, and the first place I really felt safe enough to consider my grief was in a workshop with Sasha. I always come away feeling understood, not only by her, but by myself. Sasha’s workshops have been essential to my personal growth and sense of self.” Krishna, New York
Explore a recent "Mourning, Moving, & Accompaniment" offering on Reimagine's Vimeo channel: https://vimeo.com/738426796
Please contact Sasha with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org