Date & Time
06/22/2019 - 06/23/2019
10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Treatments for addiction recovery and mental illness have been undergoing a sea change as demand rises for holistic, spiritually-literate approaches to wellness. This 2-day retreat takes clinicians and treatment professionals on a deep dive through a series of immersive modalities designed to go where traditional therapy cannot–helping clients to find calm, wholeness, spiritual connection, and to retrieve parts of the soul lost to addiction, illness, and trauma. The retreat maps a rich journey through the healing, transformative powers of Kundalini yoga, nutrition, sound healing, breathwork, meditation, essential oils, ceremonial dance, intention setting, and other modalities. Participants will emerge with inspiring new tools for self-care and an ability to guide their clients towards new pathways of transformation.
A Two-Day Workshop
Saturday – Sunday, June 22 & 23, 2019, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
$425 (Members & Nonmembers)
Additional Class with Parashakti:
Friday, June 21, 2019, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Therapeutic Vision Quest – A Holistic Recovery Model
New York Open Center
Parashakti Sigalit is the founder and creator of Dance of Liberation™, a method of movement therapy and deep process work that draws on shamanic traditions to help individuals achieve emotional, cognitive, physical, and spiritual integration. She has more than two decades of experience facilitating workshops, trainings, and Dance of Liberation retreats in Los Angeles, New York, Guatemala, Indonesia, Israel, and Greece.
Working on both an individual and group basis, Parashakti has successfully adapted the teachings of the Dance of Liberation as a modality for recovery from addiction, PTSD, and eating disorders. She currently works at Recover Integrity, a men’s treatment center in Santa Monica, where she is developing the program Liberation For Recovery with founder Yeshaia Blakely and Adam Mindel.
Parashakti has studied with some of the world’s most revered masters, including Swami Sachidananda, Anna Halperin, Dr. Gabriel Cousens, and Lakota Elder Wakia Un Manee. Her award-winning documentary “Dance of Liberation,” produced by the Wolper Organization/Warner Bros., had its world premiere at the Sedona Film Festival and was acquired for distribution through FMTV.