PWI Open House hosted by Ingrid Rose & Rhea Shapiro
Applying Processwork to Creativity and the Arts
In-person at PWI & Online – NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
hosted by Ingrid Rose & Rhea Shapiro
With Niyati Evers, Nora Hajos and Nathaniel Holder
Tuesday, February 25th, 2020
at the Process Work Institute & online
Join us for an evening of……..
Performance – Film – Personal Stories – Applications – Discussion
with experienced processworkers who apply their knowledge and skills in
in the areas of writing, software development, theater, movement and coaching.
Learn how Processwork can be an integral aspect of creativity and the creative arts.
Niyati Evers is an international facilitator, teacher and writer with over twenty years of experience in working with group dynamics and personal change processes. She is also trained in Tantric Sexuality Practices which adds to her dynamic and eclectic leadership style.
Nora Hajos has been applying processwork knowledge to her dance-making and movement development, teaching internationally and locally for the past two decades.
Nathaniel Holder is a certified teacher of an embodied physical theater improvisation technique called Action Theater. He performs regularly in local theater, most recently in “Too Late!” appearing in the Fertile Ground festival. He is also cofounder of the tech startup Dreamaker.io whose cloud technology platform facilitates the use of video in education and research.