Date & Time
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
It’s often said addiction is a spiritual malady – a disease of the soul. Treatment for addiction is finally being redefined with this crucial awareness in mind, as programs around the world try to incorporate spiritual programming into more traditional medical and psychological approaches.
Dance of Liberation™, created and facilitated by shamanic practitioner Parashakti, combines ceremony and movement to lead participants on a therapeutic inner journey of profound connection to self and spirit. This transformative experience has freed those in recovery from physical, mental, and emotional blockages, allowing them to find wholeness, and reconnect with lost parts of the soul. Accessible to dancers and non-dancers alike, this methodology has been practiced by thousands across the globe, including many suffering from addiction, mental illness, or simply the struggles of everyday life.
An Evening Event
Friday, June 21, 2019, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Members Free/ Nonmembers $20
Additional Class with Parashakti:
Saturday – Sunday, June 22 & 23, 2019, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Holistic Addiction Recovery Institute – Discovery Weekend
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.