BodySoul Community Workshops are taught by Marion Woodman Foundation faculty or by women who have completed the BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program. These workshops focus on various aspects of BodySoul work and are offered in Europe, across Canada, in Mexico, Brazil, Australia, and throughout the United States on a rich variety of topics. BodySoul Community Workshops are administered by the women teaching them.
These women were accomplished professionals in their own right before undertaking the Leadership Training Program, which enhanced and deepened their current or evolving work. Workshop content may cover a range of approaches, including dream discussion, bodywork, movement, and creative expression – all within a Jungian-oriented psychological framework. BodySoul Community Workshop leaders enjoy the public support of the Marion Woodman Foundation, as well as membership in an online leader-chat group that facilitates and encourages expression of new ideas and enables referrals.
BodySoul Community Events are short programs meant to provide information about topics relevant to BodySoul. They are often informational and lack the experiential component of BodySoul Community Workshops. Examples could include a film viewing and discussion, a lecture, or a book discussion. Teachers are graduates of the Leadership Training or Professional and Personal Development program, as well as members of the Foundation.
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Details about the workshops, events, and leaders can be found in Current BodySoul Community Workshops & Events. Enrollment information is included with each workshop listing.
Please send your request for financial assistance directly to the contact information provided for the BodySoul Community Workshop in which you are interested. The BodySoul leader will respond to your request directly.
The Marion Woodman Foundation cannot make assurances that listed programs or service providers on this website meet the needs of, or are suitable for, any particular individual. The appearance on the website of information about programs and workshop facilitators does not constitute an endorsement by the Marion Woodman Foundation. The Marion Woodman Foundation cannot be held liable for any damages or actions arising from the attendance at or use of informational materials, workshops, seminars or training programs. You as a user of this website acknowledge and agree to this disclaimer when you click through to a listed program or contact any of the program facilitators.[/xa_slide][/xa_acc]