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Presented ArcanaDance™ at the Northwest Tarot Symposium, March 2019
ArcanaDance™ – Dancing with The Devil: A Somatic Exploration of the Shadow
“Somatic means ‘relating to the body.’ The body is not only where we experience life, it is the frontier of our transformation. What if you knew your clients could understand more deeply the physical imprint their shadow leaves on their bodies? What if they could mobilize that raw shadow energy and transform it, like an alchemist, into something new? This experiential workshop brings the tarot to life through the body. You will learn how to translate shadow language into a deep and wide somatic experience. The Devil will serve as our archetypal guide as we move to the rhythms of the shadow, appreciate its lessons and discover new ways to use its physical energy.”
Guest teacher in online course Sacred Wheel: An Exploration of the Cycle of Life / Death / Renewal through Nature, Tarot, & Art by Joanna Powell Colbert, September – October 2018
Presented ArcanaDance™, in collaboration with Soul Path Sanctuary, at the Readers Studio, April 2017
Soul Path Embodiment: Dare to Get Out of the Chair!
“In this multi-sensory session, we step into the Tarot’s guidance for living from the fullest expression of our selves that harmonizes intellect, emotion, body, creativity, and the ability to embrace mystery. Through this exploration we’ll find supports for walking our unique soul path. Discover three essential movements that correspond to our feet, hands, and spine, bringing our soul path to life through our bodies. Yes, we will dare to get out of the chair and dance along our soul path.”
Presented ArcanaDance™ at the Northwest Tarot Symposium, March 2016
ArcanaDance™: Move, Dance, and Understand the Tarot Through the Oracle of the Body
“When we move, we remember. When we dance, we understand. In this workshop you will be introduced to ArcanaDance™, a transformative somatic divination practice that awakens and attunes the oracle of the body with the archetypal wisdom of the tarot. Come explore a new way to enter the tarot, by moving beyond the mind and into full embodiment of the oracle. Your body knows what to do. No dance experience, skill or enthusiasm required. Simply enter the experience with a curiosity of tarot and your body will do the rest.”
“Learning to See,” article in Courageous Creativity, pages 28-33, May 2015.
Allow August’s Full Moon Call Upon Your Intuition and Ancestors, article in Hip Latina, August 2018.
No Blueprint Podcast: Interviewed by Yoshiko Ueda and Domonique Meeks, creators of No BluePrint. Yoshi and Dom interview people of color about their experiences as entrepreneurs, community builders and cultural ambassadors. In this interview, they asked me about how I came to understand culture, who my influences were, stories about my successes and failures, the music that has become the soundtrack to my life and what the future holds for me and my communities.
Listen to the interview: No Blueprint Interview with Jennifer Lucero-Earle
Sacred Emergence Podcast: Interviewed by Michelle Wong. During this delightful interview, Michelle asked me about Embodying the Wisdom of Tarot + ArcanaDance™. Michelle’s podcast explores topics such as spirituality, personal growth, entrepreneurship, wellness, lifestyle design, and everything in between that can support you to grow, evolve, and step into your leadership and radiance.
Listen to the interview: Embodying the Wisdom of Tarot + ArcanaDance with Jennifer Lucero-Earle
Sacred Emergence Podcast: Interviewed by Michelle Wong. During this Part 2 interview, Michelle asked me about my journey of becoming a somatic therapist and why I do what I do. Michelle’s podcast explores topics such as spirituality, personal growth, entrepreneurship, wellness, lifestyle design, and everything in between that can support you to grow, evolve, and step into your leadership and radiance.
Listen to the interview: Dance, Movement and Somatic Therapy with Jennifer Lucero-Earle
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