Saturday Nov 21, 2015 - Sunday Nov 22, 2015
Philly in autumn. Lovely parks. Tree lined streets. Brick and brownstone. Picturesque charm that will transport you to a simpler time. Breathe in crisp autumn air. Walk the winsome cobblestone streets. Take in culture, art, beauty and...dance!
Savor a deeply fulfilling, restorative, healing, life-affirming and FUN FUN FUN Dance Your Bliss weekend retreat!
Friday Jul 31, 2015 - Sunday Aug 2, 2015
Saturday Jun 20, 2015
Start the day and weekend in movement and mindfulness. Join Rachel & Rik as they merge together a morning or mindful movement that brings aliveness to the body and breathe. Followed by the stillness of mind and reflective wisdoms for the heart.
This morning class is offered on a dana/donation basis.
“Every now and then I’ll hear about a teacher from students whose work seems particularly moving and powerful. Rachel Fleischman is one of those teachers. I highly recommend her as a teacher.”
~Elizabeth Lesser, CoFounder Omega Institute, best-selling author Broken Open
Rachel Fleischman loves to move. And be moved. A leading Body-Mind Psychotherapist and movement expert, she continues to study how movement shapes our lives. Utilizing many years of education and experience, Dance Your Bliss was created as a powerful therapeutic system to help you heal and live with more joy and creativity.
In the last 18 years, Rachel has led over 1200 movement classes, facilitated hundreds of private sessions in her cutting edge coaching/therapy practice, and graduated from 3 accredited schools, in 3 different states.
Her passion for neuroscience, and psychology, coupled with her experience as a fitness leader, meditation teacher, licensed psychotherapist and expressive arts facilitator, have all influenced the Dance Your Bliss healing sysem.
Dance with Rachel this spring at Hollyhock Retreat Center!
May 22nd – 27th 2015
(Partial scholarships are available)
“When we get out of our heads and into our feet, we access the wisdom in the body and discover expression, freedom and joy.” – Rachel Fleischman