When you lean in toward self-compassion, is it accessible, or is there a sense of frustration, freezing, or helplessness? Are the voices of the inner critics louder than the voices of self-compassion, especially in times of stress and duress?
Empathic conversation, rooted in the principles of Non-Violent Communication and coupled with creative movement, invites us toward a growing sense of self warmth. When we are accompanied in our experiences, whether they are painful or joyful or somewhere in between, 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.
All movement can be done seated, standing, or lying down, and all movement invitations are optional: you can fully participate whether you move or not. 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, certified Resonant Healing Practitioner, empathy/movement facilitator, certified transformational coach,and cancer journeyer.
Sasha weaves relational neuroscience, somatic movement, and transformational principles together to support participants in support of self-connection, nervous system resourcing, and healing. Sasha's presence is graceful and compassionate, creating an atmosphere of trust and openness, allowing participants to immerse themselves in the transformative power of empathy and soulful expression. Learn more about Sasha at sashasoreffdance.com