Françoise E. Netter, M.A., has been a leading innovator in the field of Yoga, Dance, Dance Therapy, and Stress Management for over thirty years. She has worked with children and adults ranging in age from five to ninety-five in such diverse environments as private corporations, universities, colleges, primary and secondary schools, hospitals, jails, health clubs, conferences, celebrity tennis tournaments, and retreat centers.
She has taught at numerous Universities including Stanford University, Santa Clara University, JFK University, Antioch College, University of Phoenix, University of Colorado, and Naropa University. Françoise has trained teachers, therapists, and medical professionals in her field of expertise. She currently conducts graduate-credit courses for educators and administrators.
Françoise has been featured on television and radio, on several CDs and in magazine and newspaper articles including The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, The San Jose Mercury News and Health Club Magazine. She has a regular column in Circles of Seven magazine on “Actualizing Your Yoga.”™
To learn more about Françoise and Body/Mind Dynamics, visit www.bodyminddynamics.org.
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Movement For The Mind: Dance That Awakens Healing, Inspiration And Wisdom
by Francoise Netter
Approx. 57,860 words.
Published on December 23, 2010.
This book treats dance as a metaphor for life. It is an invitation to reclaim our creative connection to the body, and to use movement as a purposeful and joyous process for integrating body, mind, emotions, and spirit and solving the problems we once thought of as only mental. For some it will be a call for healing. For others it is a first opportunity to express feelings in the body.
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