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Entheotherapy Intro Zoom


ENTHEOTHERAPY is an interdisciplinary progressive curriculum dedicated to studying and mastering the art and science of psychedelic-assisted therapy. It is designed for healthcare professionals interested in novel methodologies that enhance and deepen their therapeutic practice. ENTHEOTHERAPY is a harmonious synthesis of traditional and innovative approaches offering a broad array of modalities including process-oriented psychology, ethnobotany, neuroscience, meditation, dreamwork, and body-oriented practices.

Course duration is 7 weeks, 2 hrs per week, a total of 14 hrs; +one personal session and one-week Azores retreat


  • 1. Introduction (Sessions 1-3):
    Introduction to the basics of playback theater, its forms, and basic rituals. Getting to know each other and forming a team. Developing improvisational skills and expressive acting. Strengthening the connection with the body and developing physical expressiveness. Playing games and nurturing creative sources within us. Learning to tell and listen to stories, understanding their essence, and transforming them into theatrical form. Fun, joy in interaction, co-creation, drive, and the sense of valuable contact with each other. Zoom sessions will cover the theoretical foundations of playback theater.
  • 2. Main Phase (Sessions 4-6):
    Immersion in the world of stories, layers of meaning, dynamics, and rhythm of stories. Developing sensitivity to the moment and the actor's experience "here and now." Enhancing partner interaction and variability of team play. Mastering key, long improvisational forms of playback theater. Exploring different roles - performer on stage, conductor, musician, storyteller, and audience member. Expanding our perception of playback theater. Playing on stage, listening to stories on a deeper level, and incorporating vocal and other expressive possibilities. Introduction to the structure of a performance. Zoom meetings will cover storytelling basics and working on the perception of story meanings.
  • 3. Practical Phase (Sessions 7-8):
    The focus will be on performance during this stage. Understanding the laws of collective interaction with the audience. Preparing for the first public performances, starting with close friends and family, and gradually expanding to include others. Learning about the "red thread" and exploring social dialogue possibilities through playback theater. Practicing conductor techniques with the audience. Analyzing performance experiences from the perspective of narrative reticulation theory and performance energy and rhythm. Continuing to work on and immerse ourselves in the world of stories.
  • 4. Advanced Phase (Sessions 9-10):
    Developing practices for applying playback theater to various tasks - communities that have experienced traumatic events, performances for social dialogue, performances for business teams, etc. Mastering the technology of preparing and conducting thematic performances. Expanding the expressive palette and adding experimental experiences to our practice. Culminating in a vibrant final performance and setting dreams for the future.
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