InterPlay Ann Arbor - Open Community Playgroup

Exploration, expression, and deep play
Lee Edwards and Kathi (Kat) Brown

Ann Arbor, MI

Saturdays • 10:30-1:30 • Dates for 2018: Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 17, No event in April or May, June 16, July 21, Aug 18, Sept 22, Oct 20, Nov 17, Dec 15

Join us for this monthly playgroup to explore yourself, life, and connection through the power of InterPlay! Using storytelling, movement, sound, stillness, and contact, you will free your body and your voice, deepen the connection with your creative self, bring breath and ease back into your life, and build awareness of the wisdom of your body, all while cultivating meaningful community connection! For more information: See the InterPlay Ann Arbor Meetup group at: or the InterPlay Ann Arbor Facebook events page at:

Cost: $10-$20 sliding scale

Registration/Information: Lee Edwards at 231-774-6146


Friends Meeting House

1420 Hill Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
There is parking at the rear of the building, or on the side streets.
Lee Edwards
Lee Edwards is a Body-Mind Therapist, teacher, and workshop leader. She loves using creative expression, drama, movement, and InterPlay for self-exploration and personal growth, as well as for the joy and fun of it. She deeply appreciates how InterPlay weaves together many threads into one cohesive joyful whole, and is thrilled to be bringing InterPlay to Ann Arbor (her original home town), and to Traverse City (where she currently lives)!
Kathi (Kat) Brown
Kat Brown has been in the dance world most of her life. She has a Masters in Dance and Fine Arts and has continually been a seeker for the spiritual component through movement. Kat's life-long passionate search for her own truth has happily lead to Interplay! She lives in Traverse City and leads InterPlay there, and is collaborating with Lee Edwards in bringing InterPlay to Ann Arbor as well.

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