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JourneyDance™ is a therapeutic movement practice that follows the hypnotic curve enabling heightened states of awareness, transformation, and growth.

Therapeutic Movement: Welcome
Flowers in Sock

Daisaku Ikeda

“Dialogue starts from the courageous willingness to know and be known by others. It is the painstaking and persistent effort to remove all obstacles that obscure our common humanity.”

Therapeutic Movement: Quote
Two Girls Dancing


Embodied Emotional Alchemy

JourneyDance with Crystal Bowl Sound Healing by Ayumi Ueda

FRIDAY JUNE 16, 2023



Roots & Wings Healing Arts

Lower Studio 

317 N Main St, Natick, MA 01760

Join us for a somatic workshop to gain a sense of connection, aliveness, liberation, power, and self-love.  

Give Your Body, Heart, and Mind What it Longs For

Shake Off the Stress

Invite Rest

Nurture Receptivity

Let the Music Carry You

Make Space for Self-Acceptance

Be Seen as YOU

Let Your Inner Child Play

Sense Your Worthiness

Be Accepted Exactly As You Are

Come Home to Your Body

Find Connection

Bring layered comfy clothes, a notebook & pen, yoga mat for stretching and a water bottle. We are barefoot without mirrors. No strong scents please.

No dance experience needed. All bodies welcome, ages 14+. Building is wheelchair accessible. Chairs are available in the room. Indoor shoes okay, and bring extra cushions if needed.

To the womxn, mxn, gender non-conforming, & non-binary individual, of all nationalities, melanin levels, physical and mental diversity, all ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, people of all physical fitness levels; you are welcome to BE YOU here in this space.

Sliding Scale Cost: $35 - $55 

No one turned away for inability to pay.

Reserve your spot as space is limited.

10% of proceeds will go toward supporting Movement Liberation 2023. (Details Below.) 

Venmo: @Sandra-Rose-Hug (because getting paid feels like receiving a hug!) 

PayPal Link Available Below

100% Refunds available 2 weeks prior. 50% Refunds within 48 hours hours notice. 

Note: This is not therapy nor a replacement for therapy.

Toni Bergins Origins:

Therapeutic Movement: Services


Dry Roses in Vase

I have been experiencing major breakthroughs in my life. Your JourneyDance workshop contributed significantly to this. I have been (re)connecting with my heart in a profound way. I am grateful to you.

Panayota Haloulakoa

Therapeutic Movement: Testimonials


The Foundry building is wheelchair accessible. You are welcome to attend JourneyDance in whatever capacity suits you. All of my facilitation is simply an invitation. This workshop exists for you to have time and space to honor you exactly as you are. So much can be expressed with simply eye movements or the movement of a single body part. Any accomodations you need to support your experience I welcome. Chairs are available in the room. Cushions, mats and indoor shoes welcome as needed. Rest is encouraged.

Yellow Theme Photo Shoot
Therapeutic Movement: Accessibility Policy


10% of JourneyDance proceeds will go toward supporting Movement Liberation 2023. 

(Adapted from their donation page:)

This donation allows them to create safe healing spaces for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Through mindfulness, embodiment practices, social and racial education, and connection with nature, BIPOC can regenerate their very roots, and cultivate wellbeing and resiliency within a supportive community. All workshops and retreats are taught by educators of color for People of Color.

Because of you, more participants are able to join and access Movement Liberation healing spaces at low or no cost. 

Their goal is to raise $100,000 to support 2023 programming and operations.

Please consider becoming a monthly sustaining member of Movement Liberation.

Therapeutic Movement: Files
Gay Pride Celebrations

Fannie Lou Hamer

“Nobody’s Free Until Everybody’s Free”

Therapeutic Movement: Quote


What Did You Think?

Attended a workshop or receive a session? What was your experience? Wanted more of something? Something cause you discomfort and unease? ANy part bring you reassurance and ah-ha moments? We want to know about it all as we work to create a more equitable space and meaningful experience for all.

Thanks for your feedback!

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