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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero


Bringing unlived aspects of yourself into being

From Saturday Jul 13, 2019 to Saturday Jul 20, 2019
Book before 13/01/2019 only £685.00
Book before 13/04/2019 only £715.00
Later £745.00

Availability: YES

What are your dreams and wildest imaginings? Do you dream? Whose dreams are they, your own or maybe ones you inherited? Dare you dream for something you really want or have you discarded it or simply lost the inspiration?

Delve into the treasure chest of symbol and movement where anything and everything is possible through an exploration of the dreams you have for your life. Encounter your innate creativity and vision, using a rich blend of methods including movement, dance, writing, role work, and image making. A fun, creative and adventurous journey to unlock and reveal important insight into our deepest longings and desires and to "breathe into being" un-lived aspects of ourselves and our lives.

'In the web of our existence dances our dream like the stirring of the wind breathing our bring.' (Rebecca Faro)

Course Leaders

Jessica Williams Ciemnyjewski
Jessica is an actress, qualified dramatherapist and writer, with a long and extensive career as a group therapist and facilitator. She has develoed her own rich, artiistic practice and is passionate about the expressive potential of the arts in giving breath and life to the soul.

Jessica Williams-Ciemnyjewski interview.

Rebecca Faro
Rebecca is a dancer, a poet & performer & a movement facilitator with 25 years of experience of leading creative movement courses in Spain & U.K . More...



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People Say…

"I found Jessica very supportive. Her methods are creative and it was a joyful experience despite some deep personal developmental work. I especially admired Jessica’s ability to sense the group needs. As being able to leave the planned program if the group needed to explore more deeply. "

Aggie Johansson-Hartley