Sound, Movement & Psychotherapy: Feeling the I, We, and Other from Within
Join us for an unique experience combining sound, movement, and ancient wisdom. Discover a refined ability to stretch, ground, balance, and renew through ecstatic body postures. Together, we will consciously explore the neuro-physiologicial mechanisms of our body, mind, spirit's integration. This rare opportunity for a deeper experience will be lead by gifted practitioners, Jenny Otto and Judy Lazarus. The pair presented this workshop at The American Academy of Psychotherapists in Austin, TX.
Type of Event
Saturday, 2/7 from 1 - 4 and Sunday, 2/8 from 1 - 4 Participants may attend Saturday only or both Saturday & Sunday. Due to the nature of the work, participants must attend Saturday to come on Sunday.
If pre-register and pre-pay online, $30 for Saturday only. $50 for Saturday and Sunday. Walkins $35/$60, respectively.
Judy Lazarus, LCSW-C
As a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW-C) with over 35 years of experience in private practice, Maryland Therapist, Judy Lazarus works with adolescents and adults of all ages, who struggle with issues of identity, loss, anxiety and depression. She knows that navigating life's difficult passages can leave us feeling bereft, ungrounded, and searching for better ways to cope. Judy brings understanding, warmth and trust in the process of these conversations, as well as a practical approach to solving problems. Her practice includes individuals, couples, families, and groups.
Jenny Otto, E-RYT500, Structural Integrator
Jenny Otto, founder of Body Balance Yoga, is nationally known for her in-depth understanding of anatomy and therapeutics investigating the domains of functional rehabilitation, biomechanics and the nervous system. As an innovative and dedicated Yoga Teacher, a celebrated Yoga Therapist and Teacher Trainer, Jenny has been teaching and developing wellness/exercise programs in the greater Annapolis, Maryland area since 1980. The capacity to transmit movement information depends on a teacher's embodiment. Central to embodiment is one's own kinesthetic empathy which Jenny owns through personal practice and teaching yoga for over twenty one years. Not only has Jenny studied with yoga master teachers including Stan Andrzejewski, Mary Dunn, Carolyn Bluemle, John Schumacher, Victor Van Kooten, John Friend and Rod Stryker among many others — but has also studied with Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Rolfers, Dancers and Movement Educators to develop her unique and innovative approach to physical well-being and pain management.