Expressive Arts Therapy Studio
July 22 at8:00 am - July 25 at5:00 pm
Instructor: Dohee Lee
Dohee is a Korean American performance artist, musician, ritualist and educator who is born on Jeju Island in South Korea. Dohee is a creative visionary trained at the master level in traditional Korean music, singing, drumming and dance which is rooted in Korean Shamanism. Since her arrival in the US she has been a vital contributor to both the traditional and contemporary arts landscape of the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. She has been teaching at Tamalpa Institute since 2014 and other universities and institutes in the US and internationally. She has performed in venues and festivals around the world and has collaborated with a wide range of artists such as dancers/choreographers, including Anna Halprin.
This workshop pulls from Dohee Lee’s training and practice in Korean Shamanism and performative ritual by utilizing techniques that connect to voice, body, heartbeat and spirit. How we tune our bodies through sound, movement and rhythm, guides us to navigate and delve deeper into our individual and collective roots, cultural heritages, natural environments and social consciousness.
• Learning principle of Sound Healing
• Learning Grounding body and mind through sound/music
• Learning Tuning body
• Learning Toning – developing the muscle tone
• Developing own stories emotion into melody
• Creating song as storytelling
• Understanding function of Ritual relate to person to social consciousness
• Creating a Ritual
Expressive Arts Therapy Studio is part of both the Expressive Arts Certificate and Diploma programs, and is open to individual registration!
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