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Joan Webb

Language: English

Location: Seekonk MA, near Providence, RI, USA

Website: www.joanwebb.com

Email: joanwebb44@gmail.com

Phone: 508.336.4244
   
Joan Webb currently participates in Janet Adler’s group studying the relationship between the Discipline of Authentic Movement and Jewish mysticism. She has studied with Janet since 1995 in annual 5-day group retreats. Joan began studying Authentic Movement in 1990, with Diana Levy. In 1992-93 she completed a year-long teacher training with Zoe Avstreih. Since then, Joan has been teaching the Discipline of Authentic Movement to groups and individuals in her barn studio in Seekonk, Massachusetts, just outside Providence, Rhode Island.

Joan was a founding co-editor of A Moving Journal, an international publication devoted to writings and art relating to Authentic Movement, during its thirteen years of publication (1994-2006). Editing and laying out the many writings and drawings from all over the world gave Joan an in-depth understanding of the power of Authentic Movement and the many ways it transforms lives. Joan was pleased and privileged to be a part of the growing worldwide community that A Moving Journal grew out of and helped to sustain.

Joan began a daily yoga practice in 1987, received a teaching certificate from the Kripalu Center in 1992, and has been teaching yoga since then. Her interest in Jewish mysticism led her to study Kabbalah with Jason Shulman and to complete a four-year training in Integrated Kabbalistic Healing in 2007. She continues advanced studies, including Impersonal Movement and the MAGI process for conflict resolution, with the Society of Souls. This training gives Joan experience and tools for working with personal and inter-personal psychological issues and with the processes of healing and personal growth. Both the Society of Souls and the Discipline of Authentic Movement recognize the centrality of being in the body, non-duality, relationship, and transference.

Joan Webb received a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics from Oberlin College and a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Wisconsin.

At her website, you will find a link to her introductory pamphlet, “Welcome to the World of Authentic Movement.”
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Anke Teigeler
Betina Waissman
Bonnie Morrissey
Celine Gimbrere
Cornelia Schmitz
Eleni Levidi
Forest Emily Franken
Fran Lavendel
Francoise Broillet
Heili-Maija Rajaniemi
Ida Rosa Schaller
Irmgard Halstrup
Jane Bacon
Janet Adler
Jeanne Castle
Jillian Froebe
Joan Webb
Julia Gombos
Linda Hartley
Lisa Tsetse
Marianne Bachmann
Moriah Moser
Paula Sager
Susan Cahill
Susanne Hofler-Resch
 
 
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