Workshop using movement, drawing, poetic writing, and improvisational performance with Rosario Sammartino
If your body could speak, what would it say?
The Tamalpa Experience introduces an approach that enlivens dialogue between body and imagination, and life experiences and art making.
Using movement, drawing, poetic writing, and improvisational performance, participants will tap into art’s symbolic language to explore current life themes and generate new resources.
This intensive workshop is offered three times a year and is designed to give participants an experiential understanding of Tamalpa’s work in movement-based healing arts. Recommended as an introduction to our training programs.
This workshop is designed for everyone. No previous experience in dance/art needed.
Art materials provided.
Rosario Sammartino is a psychologist, artist and researcher. She is a Core Faculty member at Tamalpa Institute and is a PhD Candidate in Psychology / Somatic Studies at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Rosario is the Co-Director of Tamalpa Institute and co-founder of Tamalpa Latinoamerica.
She is a Core Faculty Member at Meridian University and is the founder of Anthropos Institute, an Art and Self Development Center located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she is originally from. Rosario has worked in various settings, such as psychiatric hospitals, shelters, and educational centers, and with diverse populations, including incarcerated women, the homeless, and at-risk youth.
Through the years, Rosario has conducted numerous lectures, seminars, and professional presentations in the United States and internationally, including in Argentina, Peru, Mexico, and Portugal. Currently living in the San Francisco Bay Area, Rosario continues to teach and lead community projects in the Tamalpa Life/Art Process.
Full payment of $170 to reserve your space.
Workshop fee is transferable with 48-hour cancellation notice. Includes a $50 credit towards Level 1 training; valid for 2 years.
Additional time info:
Sat/Sun, May 19-20, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm