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BodyVoiceWork encompasses body, emotion and mind through movement, breath, touch, imagery and sound, freeing the body from unnecessary tension and making it available for authentic, effortless expression, in connection to emotion and instinct. It promotes creativity and artistic expression, ease and freedom of movement, and clear communication.

It is a valuable resource for performers, public speakers, journalists, therapists and other members of the helping professions, and, can serve anyone interested in personal growth and authentic expression.

The foundations of BodyVoiceWork are

Linklater Voice

Somatic Movement Therapy

Somatic Psychology

Gestalt Therapy

Authentic Movement

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Linklater Voice

A clear, step-by-step progression of exercises by which you can explore and develop a voice that is free of unnecessary effort and available for any purpose, created by prestigious voice teacher Kristin Linklater.

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Somatic Movement Therapy

A holistic inquiry that embraces the whole being – body, emotions, mind and spirit - deepening the clients’ understanding of themselves in motion and enhancing their connection to their bodies, while bringing attention to the client’s inner experience of body and its functioning.

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Somatic Psychology

A holistic approach that focuses on the interaction of body with thoughts, emotions and actions. It addresses the client’s relationship to and empathy with their own body, based on the premise that bringing awareness to this relationship can promote healing.

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Gestalt Therapy

An experiential form of psychotherapy that emphasises personal responsibility, focusing on the client’s experience in the here and now.

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Authentic Movement

A therapeutic and contemplative movement practice that allows movers to bring awareness to their present experience, witnessing sensations, feelings, thoughts, images and movement impulses that arise moment by moment, and expressing them through movement, while cultivating a non-judgmental, compassionate presence.

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