- Saturday | May 5, 2018
- 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) is a depth approach to music psychotherapy in which music is used to generate a dynamic unfolding of inner experiences. It is a holistic, humanistic and transpersonal way of allowing for the emergence of all aspects of the human experience.
The workshop will introduce this approach and give participants the opportunity to practice using music and imagery for exploring the self for growth and wellness, and learn ways of adapting topics covered for use with their own music. It will include a discussion of music and imagery in spiritual seeking.
GIM will appeal to those who are interested in self-exploration and growth through music and the arts. Self exploration opens the potential for healing, new insights, and deepening spirituality — and Tim’s approach lines up well with the basic values of Unitarian Universalism. Participants do not need any prior experience with music or art. All you need is an open and curious mind.
About the facilitator: Tim Honig, MMT, MT-BC, is a music therapist who works with people seeking to improve their quality of life through music.
This is a FREE workshop for all adults – bring your yoga mat and a friend! Contact Terry Vodery with questions or to RSVP, firstname.lastname@example.org