The History of the Marion Woodman Foundation: A Free Teleconference Call

Join Colleen R. Russell, MATP, for a free teleconference call on the History of the Marion Woodman Foundation and the Development of the BodySoul Rhythms® Leadership Training.

• How did it begin?

• What is the purpose of the work?

• What is the future of the work?

• How do I find out more?

Join in the conversation with co-founders Mary Hamilton and Ann Skinner, along with Paula Reeves, PhD and Jungian Analyst Meg Wilbur.

Call in Number and Access Code:
This is a Free Teleconference call – the number is 641-715-0700, Access code: 125931#
(For International call-in numbers check, international numbers).
The call will be recorded.

Call Time:
The call will be on April 10, 2017, 4-5:30 pm Pacific Time

Our Mask: Inner and Outer

Lily. CarynAman“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you are.”   C.G. Jung

Toward the goal of a deepening into our creative, individuating self, we will explore the fairy tale “Red Shoes”. How do we stay true to our instincts, our intuitions, and our soul’s calling? The creation of a personal mask will provide a pathway into the psyche’s authentic self, allowing for a release of energies that no longer provide protection. The joy and appreciation of creative expression through our voices, body movement and music, and art expression, will accompany us in our mask-making retreat of personal renewal.

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.