Drawing inspiration from and breathing intention into the Jewish high holidays, this two hour workshop for women is designed to help build inner-strength and resiliency.
We will explore themes of teshuva, forgiveness, and renewal, inviting experiences of trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, stress, and addiction into the room. The session will weave in dance movement therapy, yoga therapy, mindfulness techniques and creativity, and will serve as a safe place to both share and process emotions, as well as develop and strengthen body-based coping skills that support resiliency and healing.
If you’re interested in attending this event, please RSVP below, or contact the front office at 206-524-0075.
Shanti Krigel (LMHC, LADC, R-DMT) is a practicing psychotherapist and addiction specialist at Jewish Family Services in Seattle. A licensed therapist for 15 years, Shanti works with clients healing though a wide variety of challenges. Shanti is also a trained Dance Movement Therapist and has lead movement therapy groups for the past 15 years. Shanti believes deeply in the power of mindful movement therapy as a supportive tool that helps individuals heal and discover their authentic self.