Creativity, Community, Change
InterPlay DC Open Gathering
Kate Amoss and
First Sunday of the Month from 1pm - 3pm
InterPlay is a practice and philosophy, rooted in the power of play, which helps us unlock the wisdom of the body. InterPlay’s creative process uses easy-to learn forms of movement, storytelling and voice that anyone can do. It balances experiences with reflection and solo/group activities. InterPlay is dedicated to helping the whole person thrive: body, mind, heart and spirit. It was created by Cynthia Winton-Henry and Phil Porter and is practiced throughout the world.
Cost: Free for First Timers; $10 - $20 suggested
276 Carroll St. NW
Washington, DC 20012
Kate Amoss, LCPC, is a weaver, InterPlay master teacher, and professional counselor in private practice. She has an unshakable faith in the power of the imagination to transform, delight, and liberate. She uses applied InterPlay with clients in groups, workshops, and individually. Together with her husband, Billy, she co-leads the InterPlay Life Practice program in the Washington DC.
Billy Amoss is a certified InterPlay leader in the Washington, D.C. area, where he and his wife Kate lead the Life Practice Program. Billy is the Executive Director of the Rostropovich Foundation, a DC-based non-profit organization that finances and manages international children's health programs.
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