Continuum & Life-Art Process Therapy Workshops,

A Sacred Space for Women to explore & heal.

The Spine, March 26
Hands and Feet, June 4
Continuum Dives &
Body Renewal Explorations

March 26th Workshop: THE SPINE

June 4th Workshop: HANDS AND FEET

1. Empower the SPINE:  
Unravel & Connect with your True Centre 
(March 26th)

The spinal column serves as the midline (hub) of the body, housing the central nervous system, and making large range of movement possible. It connects us to our limbs and often is associated with posture in life and our "shadow side." In this workshop you will learn to access your spine's natural undulating motion, while spreading cellular vitality to the rest of the body. Shed layers that no longer support your growth and make room for the creative, "emerging unexpected," (Emile Conrad). 

2. Hands of the Heart
& Tales of the Feet:
Solidify your Grounding in Life 
(June 4th)

The hands and arms (extensions of the heart) are associated with the expression of feelings, and the impulse to give and receive. The legs and feet represent our stance, direction and general movement in the world. In this workshop you will learn to activate your somatic awareness from your body's spiraling (heart) centre. A natural anchoring in the legs and feet will emerge to support deep grounding and cellular support. Revitalise and reactivate your stance in life!

 Time: 2:30pm-7pm
Our Bodies store negative and positive imprints, and reflect how we organize ourselves around old traumas, patterns, beliefs and postures. This is mirrored in our physical structure and the functioning of each body part. Come and explore the wisdom of your Body-Mind to identify, confront, and deconstruct, that which no longer is serving you. Artfully release areas of holding, connect with your body's natural fluidity, and experience deep, somatic rejuvenation.

Early Bird By March 6th
Register for both, $125/workshop
($250 total)
OR, $135 for one workshop 
Regular Workshop Fee after: 
$145 each session

To Register, mail your cheque to:
Daphne Georghiou
375 East Woodstock Ave.,
Vancouver, BC V5W 1N2

Or Email Money Transfer to:

Location: Yoga on 7th Studio 
156 E. 7th Avenue
Vancouver, BC 
*Please call or email with questions*
Limited sliding scale options available
(please call to inquire)

Preregistration is necessary.
Call :778-985-6670

Daphne Georghiou, RCC, MA, RSMT

Founder of Therapy of Motion
Registered Clinical Counselor
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Authorized Continuum Movement Teacher,
Halprin Life-Art Process Tamalpa Practitioner,
Internationally Registered Somatic Movement Therapist 

For a free consultation, go to:

Continuum Movement builds on intuitive, fully embodied motion that is novel and refreshing. Continuum practice creates an internal climate of cellular nurturing and renewed somatic vitality, by allowing a gentle dissolving of compression in the body's tissue and joints. Through the breath and sound vibration, it inspires a breaking through of physical and emotional "obstacles" that limit the flow of healing energy in the body.
The Halprin Life-Art Process of Tamalpa Institute was founded by the legendary Anna Halprin and co-founding pioneer in the field, Daria Halprin. Through utilizing movement, art-making, poetic dialogue/writing, sound, breath, and creative body reenactments, the Life-Art Process provides a rich, expressive, art-therapy landscape for transforming the stories of our lives into greater depths & meaning-making.
Therapy of Motion offers transformational, movement meditation and creative arts therapy workshops, facilitated in a held, ritual space, for Body Wisdom, Integration & Feminine Empowerment
Daphne Georghiou has 20 years of experience designing and facilitating workshops. Her work is dedicated to building nurturing, healing environments that inspire creative expression, cultivate body-consciousness and somatic self-discovery. Daphne is a Relationship Therapy expert, specialised in healing Anxiety/Trauma and Depression. She has a clinical and somatic psychotherapy private practice in downtown Vancouver, and is currently accepting new clients.
Please call for a free consultation.

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