By using movement improvisation, meditation and dharma art, we begin to listen to the innate impulses in our bodies and start a dialogue with our deeper, authentic selves. Within this work, we access the deeper aspects of our true nature and start the journey of inherently trusting our intuitive sense. This sense of trust not only manifests within the practice, but also permeates throughout the rest of our lives. This kind of attention to the body changes the way we habitually think and react. It encourages us to develop the skills of deep listening, witnessing, and compassion with our inner selves as well as with others. The beauty of this practice is that it can be practiced by anyone with a willingness to show up and be present. There’s no need to be a “dancer” or an “artist” or etc. By simply showing up and being present, so much work has already been done. We can all participate in this way.