Carol Jacobs

Carol A. Jacobs, LCSW, is a psychotherapist with over 30 years of experience with a private practice in the Richmond, Virginia area.  Carol has been a Trustee of the Marion Woodman Foundation Board and has completed the BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program. She is a faculty member for the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C., providing training for professionals and for victims of trauma, both nationally and internationally, including work in Macedonia and Kosovo. She also serves on the Chrysalis Institute Faculty presenting workshops and retreats.

Ursula Kuchler Zimmermann

Ursula Kuchler Zimmermann is a sculptor and painter with training in the Arno Stern method of Expression Painting and in art therapy with Carl Rogers. She has worked in the arts with both children and adults for more than 20 years. Ursula has 10 years’ experience with BodySoul Rhythms® Intensives.

Sheila Langston

Sheila Langston, BFA, is presently completing analyst training in Switzerland. She works with individual clients in Vancouver, and leads study groups and dream groups there. She has taught numerous intensives, workshops and seminars internationally for more than a decade. With creative roots in theatre and dance, Sheila has over 30 years experience as a voice instructor and coach in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. Myth and dreams, creativity and the expressions of the soul are the cornerstones of her work and of her life.

Vicki Lanier

Vicki Lanier, LPC, has a private practice, Pointe Wellness, as a psychotherapist in Newport News, Virginia. While she engages clients in traditional therapy, she also integrates other methods to relieve trauma held within the body. Vicki graduated from the Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program and continues to lead groups and offer individuals access to healing using the principles of this program which include dream work, journaling, movement, art, and voice work.


Patricia Llosa

Patricia Llosa is a Jungian analyst with a background in archaeology, art history, and the visual arts who practices in New York City. Originally from Peru, she has lectured and taught in Latin America and worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York for 20 years as an administrator and educator. She is the co-editor, with her mother, Patty de Llosa, of Walking the Tightrope, a publication released by the Marion Woodman Foundation in 2014, on the Nietzsche Seminars as they were taught by Marion Woodman as part of the Leadership Training Programs.

Heather Miller

Heather Miller MEd, has practiced and taught in Nursing, Pastoral Care, Adult Education, Art Therapy and Yoga over a span of 40 years.  She graduated from the first Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training program in 2003 and has co-led a variety of BodySoul Community Workshops in Vancouver.  Heather’s work embodies a delight in the power of the imagination and is dedicated to a continual awakening of bodily consciousness in her life and work.

Rea Nolan

Rea Nolan is a voice specialist, holding an MA in Voice Studies.  She teaches voice in theatre training institutions, and works as a consultant with individuals and organizations interested in personal and soul-level growth.  She loves animals, nature and music.  She completed the Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training in 2007.

Paula Reeves

Paula Reeves

Paula Reeves, PhD, has taught annually with the original BodySoul Rhythms® team for more than 17 years. She is a Jungian-oriented psychotherapist in private practice in Atlanta, Georgia, and the author of Women’s Intuition: Unlocking the Wisdom of the Body and Heart Sense: Unlocking Your Highest Purpose and Deepest Desires. She combines her knowledge of science, myth, ritual, movement, and body metaphors to work with the body’s healing wisdom through the use of Mindful Mirroring.


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Marlene Schiwy

Marlene Schiwy, Ph.D., is a Body Soul Writing instructor and Jungian counselor in Vancouver, Canada. A former professor of literature and women’s studies in the City University of New York, she is the author of Gypsy Fugue: An Archetypal Memoir, A Voice of Her Own (foreword by Marion Woodman), Simple Days, and many essays and articles. Marlene has taught a wide variety of courses, writing workshops, and Jungian Study Seminars in Canada, the US, and Europe for three decades, including Body Soul Sundays, a monthly Jungian expressive arts program for women. She studied extensively at the International School for Analytical Psychology in Zurich, graduated from the first Marion Woodman Foundation BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training Program and was honored to  conduct a series of filmed interviews titled Marion Woodman and the Conscious Feminine. To all of her endeavors Marlene brings a unique blend of Jungian training, literary scholarship, and a lifelong love of creative process. Her website is


Ann Skinner

Ann Skinner is Head of Voice Emerita at Canada’s Stratford Shakespeare Festival and former Head of Voice at the National Theatre School of Canada. From her clown and mask training with Richard Pochinko in the 1970s, she adapted the process of working with masks to her exploration of the origins of the letters of the alphabet, and to the psychological process in the creation of BodySoul Rhythms®. Her work has taken her across Canada, the UK, Europe, and the US. The learning never stops.