OSF Open Workshop

Please Note

The 2020 OSF Open Workshop completed on 24 July 2020. The 2021 OSF Open Workshop is currently being planned. We will announce the dates as soon as possible.

Due to safety concerns during the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have shifted all workshops and programs online for the time being.

The OSF ANNUAL OPEN WORKSHOP is open to all — those without prior experience in SRT, OSF or traditional dance, as well as more experienced practitioners. This workshop assembles a worldwide community for movement, creative practice & deep immersion, in a catalytic environment of colleagues with diverse experiences in teaching, healing, therapy, performance, theater, visual art, writing, community-building & organization-development.

Deeply rooted in & fluidly expanded from Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT), OSF involves shedding outer layers, accessing primal energy, agility navigating subconscious realms, imagery as potent tool for transformation, & developing a high degree of consciousness without self-consciousness. This work celebrates diversity, collaboration & individual empowerment: free of inhibition, accessing intuition, inviting the mind to collaborate. OSF sessions offer potent tools to access freedom, specificity & courage in movement, vocal practice & creative practice. A key aspect is individual creative empowerment as an instigator of positive change on the planet.

Workshop participants can choose to attend for the first two, or the full three weeks. Drop-ins are limited to those with comprehensive experience of Introductory Level OSF or SRT. 

Our next OSF Open Workshop will be held in summer 2021. Dates TBD.

Additional discounts are available for certified OSF teachers with current membership. Some discounts are available for certified SRT teachers. Please contact us below if you are a certified OSF teacher or SRT teacher & want to join, or if you are an experienced OSF or SRT practitioner interested in drop-ins for the morning sessions.

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