Dr. Jamie Marich, the Renaissance Women, has scripted the book Dancing Mindfulness by herself based on the abilities she possess on this area. She has also taken a huge task of recording the practical sessions onto a Yoga DVD.
Jamie Marich’s friends and colleagues describe her as a renaissance woman. A dancer, musician, performer, writer, and clinical counselor, Marich unites these elements of her experience to achieve an ultimate mission: bringing the art and joy of healing to others. Marich’s career as a clinical counselor and a doctoral level instructor has taken root and expanded. In her professional life, Marich maintains a private practice in Warre, OH and travels the country for several professional continuing education providers offering instruction on a variety of clinical topics.
Dr. Jamie Marich was interviewed as a master clinician in the Yoga DVD, Trauma Treatment: Psychotherapy for the21st Century alongside icons like Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, Dr. Peter Levine, Dr. Robert Scaer, and Belleruth Naparstek. Jamie had the privilege of offering trauma recovery retreats at the Kripalu School for Yoga & Health in the fall of 2012, and at the Esalen Institute in the spring of 2013. Jamie has strived to incorporate music and other forms of creative expression into her practice.
As her career developed, Marich’s love for experience-oriented methods of healing and trauma resolution intensified, prompting her to explore the “conscious dance” scene and various ways of applying these wonderful, “come as you are” practices into the healing process. Having completed several trainings and experiencing other conscious dance practices at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts, Marich was encouraged and inspired to develop her own, unique practice, which now exists in the form of Dancing Mindfulness.
Dancing Mindfulness creator Dr. Jamie Marich in this live practice, ideal for home workouts or to help you hone your facilitation skills in guided dance! Dancing Mindfulness uses the art form of dance as the primary medium of discovering mindful awareness. Dancing through seven primary areas of mindfulness in motion: breath, sound, body, story, mind, spirit, and fusion, with a respect to the attitudes of mindfulness, participants tap into their body’s own healing resources. In Dancing Mindfulness, you will become acquainted with your own unique creativity and learn to respect yourself just as you are, in this moment.