guided support for body, mind and spirit

A recipe for entering the body:
Attention: because the body is precise.
Listening because the body is subtle.
Kindness: because the body is tender.

Many of us are feeling overwhelmed, frightened, anxious and unsettled in this challenging time. We may feel ourselves swinging between moments of panic and feeling frozen. I am offering some gentle somatic support, and invite you to join me for a weekly 30-minute free movement meditation.

Each week I will share a simple, gentle movement experience to help settle our bodies, minds and hearts, and hold ourselves more gently in this unsettling and challenging time.

These mindful practices can help to calm and steady us, using conscious movement and stillness, breath, self-touch, and imagery. In my experience, when we move with an improvisational spirit of exploration, we find greater expression, expansion, and resilience.

You are welcome to join for all sessions or as many as you can. No need to RSVP if you have already joined us.

7-7:30 pm ET
2021 dates:
February 18, 25
March 4, 11, 18, 25
April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29


Contact Paula

Paula Josa-Jones is a movement artist who has taught dance, Authentic Movement, somatic movement studies, composition, and improvisation for the past 40 years at universities, colleges, and dance festivals nationally and internationally. She is a Certified Laban Movement Analyst (CMA), a Registered Somatic Movement Educator and Therapist (RSMET), a Tellington TTouch practitioner, and a Somatic Experiencing® trauma-informed practitioner. She maintains a private practice in Kent, CT, and continues to teach and perform.