Embodying the system
Social Presencing Theater is an Emerging Art form, that helps systems see and sense themselves using the wisdom of embodied presence.
In this session we will cultivate the quality of mindfulness/awareness, exploring current situations and their highest future possibilities, both personally and collectively.
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Arawana’s pioneering work as an innovator, performer, and educator is deeply sourced in both improvisation and the ancient Japanese court dance, Bugaku. She currently heads the creation of Social Presencing Theater for the Presencing Institute. She brings her background in dance and meditation to the creation of a movement practice that makes visible both current reality and emerging possibilities. Arawana and colleagues bring this innovative practice into schools, organizations, and communities to support people seeking healthy and compassionate futures. She teaches creative process in the Shambhala meditation community and is the author of Social Presencing Theater: The Art of Making a True Move.
Laura Pastorini is part of the Strategic Team of the Presencing Institute, supporting Social Presencing Theater and Theory U learning, application and development in Latin America and Spain, in collaboration with different organizations and Universities. She works as a Systemic Consultant, Facilitator and Coach, Academic Teacher and Action-researcher, applying an interdisciplinary approach of the Human Being in its multiple dimensions, for personal and collective awareness based transformation. Her background is as a Social and Visual Anthropologist, Master in Mental Health for Social Sciences, Master Trainer in Systemic Constellations, Advanced Practitioner and International Teacher in Social Presencing Theatre (SPT) and Theory U, with studies in Semiotics, Linguistics, Epistemology and different embodied methodologies for Human Development.