Play. Reflect. Gain Tools. Grow. Glow.

If you are up for a little adventure, your tried and true guide, Cynthia Winton-Henry, cofounder of the 30-year-old global InterPlay practice, will happily unfold a time of personal enrichment and more. Your body, mind, heart, and spirit all get to play.

It’s magical to listen to the wisdom of our body and surprising to see how play can foster transformation. It’s often faster than working on things. Who knew? So many of us work extra hard, and focus attention on just a few limited senses. Perhaps this is why InterPlay is called a headwaters practice for those seeking social health. Social health affects individual bodies.

In this workshop you’ll explore practices that unlock wisdom and creativity by engaging the birthright practices¬¨‚Ȇ stories, movement, voice, connection and stillness. You’ll learn easy tools for helping clients and groups to shift from trauma and stress to well being in communities of diverse experiences. You’ll get plenty of time to notice and reflect each step of the way.

Along the way we’ll sneak in the core tools and creative methods successfully used in classrooms, spiritual community, organizations, therapy, activism, coaching, with marginalized populations, and in international bridge building including

  • Self-care techniques for personal and professional life
  • Ways to lead life in more playful, life-giving, embodied ways
  • New creative strategies to deal with life’s challenges
  • Specific ways to create healthy relationships, group and family interaction.

 

Cynthia Winton-Henry

2019

2019 IEA Global Conference

Oakland, California, USA

 

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