If you are between the ages of 18 and 32, you may be interested in joining the fifth year of a program that teaches InterPlay's "sneaky deep" way of building artistic skill, leadership ability and strong community. You'll leave with creative, embodied InterPlay tools and techniques used around the world in peacemaking, prisons, classrooms, theaters, homes, places of worship, and health care. Plus you get to play, visit Bay Area redwoods, social change organizations and get incredible support for your path.
Explore with the InterPlay founders and other community artists about ways to help people play with difficult issues, listen and share the wisdom of their body, and tell stories in ways that are direct, personal, and transformational.
The program takes place Monday through Friday over two weeks with some evening programming including a concert by the InterPlay performing company "WING IT!"
Download the brochure with the full details.
Once you check out the full description and if you need it the, Tuition Proposal call InterPlay co-founder Cynthia Winton-Henry at 510/465-2797 for an informational interview.
Intent to register by June 6
Send in registration materials by Friday June 6
Confirm attendance by June 20
Send deposit by June 20
First installment or total due July 7
Training: July 21–Aug 1, Graduation Thursday 7pm, Thursday July 31
2273 Telegraph Avenue (at 23rd St.)
Oakland, CA 94612
InterPlayce is the center of the InterPlay universe. The offices for Body Wisdom, Inc. are also located here. The building is at the corner of 23rd and Telegraph, one block north of West Grand. It is just a few blocks from the 19th Street Downtown Oakland BART station, and on several convenient bus lines. On-street parking is always available at night and metered during the day. It is also easily accessible by several of the major freeways.
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Phil is one of the founders of InterPlay. He is a teacher, performer, writer, and organizer. With Cynthia Winton-Henry he is the co-founder of WING IT! Performance Ensemble, and has written several books, some in collaboration with Cynthia, including Having It All: Body, Mind, Heart & Spirit Together Again at Last and The Slightly Mad Rantings of a Body Intellectual Part One. Phil is particularly interested in the use of InterPlay in organizational life, and believes that InterPlay can be a powerful tool to create communities of diversity and peace.
Cynthia Winton-Henry, co-founder of InterPlay with Phil Porter, has researched "what the body wants" in the arts, in jails, shelters, slums, hospitals, churches, business's, classrooms, and doctoral programs in theology and the arts and multicultural education. She's been a featured speaker on the Body Intelligence Summit, a keynoter, and is the author or What the Body Wants, Having It All: Body, Mind, Heart & Spirit Together Again at Last, Dance: A Sacred Art: Discovering the Joy of Movement as Spiritual Practice, and Chasing the Dance of Life: A Faith Journey, on how attuning to the wisdom of the body radicalized her relationship to her faith. Currently writing on "Ensoulment" she coaches leaders seeking spiritual intelligence for our time at "Mystic Tech" at cynthiawinton-henry.com.