Tuesday, March 12
Stories from the Inside Out
Workshop led by Annabelle F. Coote
Dance Studio, Daniel Arts Center, Bard College at Simon’s Rock, 7 p.m.
All women have stories. Every day is full of them. The mundane, the exciting, the quietly surprising, the kind that storm in and take over. Our stories live inside of us, in our bodies. In this interactive workshop, we will use movement and other creative arts to connect with our bodies’ wisdom and explore our stories, giving them depth and richness. We will move between writing and other expressive modalities with the goal of creating a piece of poetry or prose. Our time together will culminate in a reading for those who wish to share. No prior writing, arts, or movement experience necessary.
Annabelle F. Coote is an experienced psychotherapist, specializing in creative approaches and the mind/body connection. She draws on her background in dance, incorporating a wide range of expressive modalities into her work, including dance/movement, expressive arts, and writing. She is a licensed mental health counselor, a board-certified dance/movement therapist and a certified drug and alcohol abuse counselor. Annabelle is an experienced workshop leader, presenter, and dance/movement instructor. She offers psychotherapy and movement coaching in her private practice, Movement Matters, and works as a senior staff therapist in the counseling service at Bard College at Simon’s Rock. movement-matters.com