Special Event: Art, Music, and TranscenDANCE workshop 4/4/2020

Art, Music, and TranscenDANCE:
The power of non-verbal methods of holistic healing
With Christina Wilke-Burbach PhD

Saturday April 4, 2020
9am to 6pm
at Mind, Soul, and Self LLC
1310 Wisconsin Ave in Sheboygan, WI

Dr. Christina with art by Renee Stout @JMKAC 2018

Space is limited!! This is a small women’s wellness group experience!

Registration closes April 1, 2020. Register at bottom of this page.

Talk therapies, medications, and conventional treatments do not work for everyone as healing often needs to occur at a deeper level. Many times talk therapies and medications are Band-Aids and do not get to the root of the problem. Some healing providers, as a consequence of their training, overlook the fact that clients consist of mind, body, energy, and spirit. The Biomedicine approach fails to acknowledge the spiritual, energetic, and transcendent aspects of the individual. We all have the potential to heal, no matter how deep our wounds may be. Powerful methods of psychological, emotional, and spiritual healing are largely non-verbal; art, music, dance, meditative states, and bodywork/energy work. The language of the soul/psyche is symbols, images, colors, vibrations, feelings, and patterns; we communicate this without words. Art, music, and dance are gateways to the unconsciousness and can facilitate deep healing, self-awareness, and transcendence.

Art, Music, and TranscenDANCE is a day of self-discovery! This workshop will introduce you to Spiritual Psychology & Transpersonal Psychology concepts, and techniques to support your own healing journey and path to wholeness. We will explore music, art, and dance as doorways deep into the psyche/consciousness to facilitate healing. This is a hands-on, experiential workshop and will have art, music, and dance/movement components. Christina’s office is a mile away from the John Michael Kohler Arts Center (JMKAC). The Exhibition theme at the time of this workshop will be On Being Here (and There) and reflects on what ‘care’ and ‘caring’ mean. As a part of our workshop, we will visit JMKAC. Christina is a tour docent at JMKAC and will personally guide you through the galleries and explore your response to the art. There is also a cafe at JMKAC where we can eat lunch. We will then return to Christina’s office where you will be guided and prompted to create your own artwork to explore themes and patterns in your life. The workshop will also have experiential music and movement portions. You will experience art, movement, and music in this day-long workshop as well as take-home numerous tools to utilize these non-verbal modalities in your own personal growth journey. Due to the limited nature of the Exhibition Galleries, this workshop is a once in a chance opportunity!

 

Workshop Itinerary:

  • 9am to 12pm: Lecture, Discussion, Theory, Preparation for Non-Verbal Healing Sessions
  • 12pm to 2pm: Visit JMKAC & Lunch
  • 2pm to 6pm: Experiential Art, Music, and Dance components, grounding, integration, & processing

 

Fee: The fee is $225. Includes a detailed workbook, all art supplies and materials.

 

Please note: This workshop presents spiritual and holistic approaches that treat the whole person. These services are considered alternative and complementary. They can greatly complement and accentuate Western Medicine and Conventional psychological/counseling approaches but they should not take the place of them.

 

Spiritual Psychology Series: This is a class in a series of Spiritual Psychology workshops by Dr. Christina. Additional classes include Introduction to Spiritual Psychology, Mind/Body Medicine, and Altered States/Trance Work. Additional topics planned for future Spiritual Psychology classes in 2020/2021 include Shadow Work, Archetypes, and Dreamwork. There is no pre-requisite to attend this class. You can attend one class in the series or all of them!

 

Goal of this Workshop: This is a personal growth opportunity open to anyone on a spiritual journey. It is also a professional development class for Reiki practitioners, massage therapists, bodyworkers, life coaches, intuitives, and other holistic practitioners. As holistic modalities become more and more popular, learning additional techniques can greatly enhance your client healing sessions by adding a spiritual psychology component. Learning additional techniques can also improve your business potential by giving you more experience and knowledge than other providers. There is a need and demand for quality holistic practitioners as more venues (Hospitals, Hospices, Clinics, etc) are adding holistic and spiritual services to satisfy clients and patients. This is also a great workshop for social workers, counselors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to learn spiritual psychology techniques and concepts to integrate into their healthcare to make it more holistic.

 

About Dr. Christina: Christina Wilke-Burbach PhD, RMT, CA is a scholar, teacher, consultant, spiritual counselor, and holistic healing facilitator with 22 years of higher education and experience in psychology, spirituality, and holistic healing. She specializes in Women’s Spiritual and Emotional Wellness. Her business is Mind, Soul, and Self LLC. She has her PhD in Health Psychology, Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, 2 bachelor degrees in psychology and anthropology, a minor in Sociology, and is trained in Transpersonal Psychology, having studied with Stan Grof MD, PhD-the founder of the field. She is a Certified Aromatherapist, Herbalist, Master Gardener, Natural Perfumer, Reiki Master Teacher, Docent, Ordained Minister, Awakening Your Light Body Graduate, Intuitive, and Bodyworker. She is a published author and award-winning researcher and healthcare provider. She was an instructor in the Institute for Intuitive Arts and Sciences in Madison, WI. She strongly believes in empowering others to heal themselves. Christina is very involved with John Michael Kohler Arts Center (JMKAC) in Sheboygan, WI. John Michael Kohler Arts Center is a not-for-profit art museum operated by the Sheboygan Arts Foundation and is known worldwide as an authority on self-taught artists and art environments. Christina is the chair of the JMKAC Indoor Gardens, is a member of the Friends of the Arts Council, and is a museum docent (teacher/tour guide). For more information about Christina, please visit https://mindsoulandself.com/about-dr-christina-wilke-burbach

 

Office Location: Mind, Soul and Self LLC/Dr. Christina Wilke-Burbach’s Office is located in The Riverbend District of Sheboygan, Wisconsin (right by the Sheboygan River) at 1310 Wisconsin Avenue, 1st Floor, Studio 105, Sheboygan, WI 53081. Easily accessible from Highways 23 and 43. Located 50 minutes north of Milwaukee and 60 minutes south of Green Bay and Appleton, Wisconsin. If you are coming from out of town and want to stay overnight, the following hotels are all a mile from Dr. Christina’s office: Blue Harbor (725 Blue Harbor Drive Sheboygan, WI 53081), Harbor Winds Hotel (905 S. 8th St, Sheboygan, WI 53081), Econolodge (723 Center Street) or The Grandstay Residential Suites (708 Niagara Ave Sheboygan, WI). We are a block away from Starbucks and Glas Cafe and 5 blocks away from downtown Sheboygan and restaurants like Field to Fork, Black Pig, Il Ritrovo, Paradigm, Urbane, and Trattoria Stefano. We are also 1 mile away from John Michael Kohler Arts Center and Stephanie Weill Performing Arts Center.

 

Registration: Registration deadline is April 1, 2020 (will close earlier if space is filled). Please contact Dr. Christina at 608.393.7353 or mindsoulandself@yahoo.com with any questions. Register by paying at least the $50 non-refundable deposit below with balance of $175 due by April 1, 2020. If you rather pay by check, please contact Christina for mailing address. Please note, due to limited workshop space and materials purchased for you, the fee is non-refundable if you cancel your attendance 72 hours or less from the start of the event.


Art, Music, and TranscenDANCE