Rehearsal For Change ™ offers effective creative skills to reverse self-imposed limitation. Participants live from a deeper wisdom by tapping their inner resources for change and transformation.
Notable influences include training with Anna Halprin at the Tamalpa Institute in San Francisco the internationally renowned training centre for movement-based expressive arts, Mind and Body psychology and Person Centred Art. The intention of Rehearsal For Change™ is to cultivate an intimate dialogue with our inner resources, by exploring the wisdom of the body and developing an embodied sense of presence in daily life. Classes bridge life and art, reflecting the perspective of person centred learning while educating the whole person. Participants learn how to observe themselves as they develop a deeper connection between the mind, body and creative imagination, they gain tools for new modes of being as they move beyond self-imposed limitations which hold us back from being who they really are. Rehearsal For Change™ is for people who have a desire to develop their full potential for self-empowerment.
“Merle has a skill that wins my deepest respect and admiration.” (John Wright director of the Wright School, England)
• Body awareness
• Authentic Movement
• Dance improvisation
• Voice work
• Visual art expression
• Mask work
• Story telling
• Creative Writing
• Introductory weekend workshops
• Ongoing Courses:
• 3 months / 6 months / Course over 1 Year of 8 meetings.
Bespoke training specific to the requirements of your organisation is also available.
Satisfied course participants
"This course has allowed me to get to know my own limitations which stop me from using what I have"
- Kari, Norway
“To make my voice come out of my entire body without feeling any strain in my throat, this has been a new and great experience”
- Juan, Malaga, Spain
“This course lifted me totally out of my depression and helped me to reclaim my life, it also replaced the family I lost in the war in my country”
- Doohl, Amsterdam, Netherlands
"Wow……it’ll never be the same again"
- Gabriela, Mexico