InterPlaying with Coordination Patterns and Dynamics: Swing, Hang, Thrust, and Shape with Betsy Wetzig

• Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn about the 4 coordination patterns from the originator of the ideas of “swing, hang, thrust, and shape”.

Friday, January 29 9:30 am to 4:00 pm:

“Walking” into Yourself and Others, “To Move and Be Better.”

  • Improve your walk and free your being.
  • See and dance into your movement-mind-body “style prejudice”,,,, yourself!
  • InterPlay with the “style prejudice” of others…. A new way of seeing and being!
  • Release the creative power of your weakest Coordination Pattern!

Saturday, January 30th 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

Entering Your Embodied-ment by InterPlaying the Patterns’ Forgiveness Cycle.

  • Explore exercises to see and release Coordination Pattern Overrides.
  • “Play” with the Overrides and their Release!
  • Improvise with the fully embodied, Forgiveness Cycle… Find the Denial with Hang, Anger with Thrust, Bargaining with Swing and Depression with Shape and the Pattern Integration and Testing of Acceptance.  See how the Overrides, and Pattern weaknesses and strengths function in this important human behavior and life in general.

Sunday, January 31st  1:30 to 5:00 pm:

InterPlay Leader’s Gathering “Going Deeper” with Betsy Wetzig 

(Attendance at Friday or Saturday required to attend this gathering)

  • Introduction to Pattern Testing
  • Explore Override Dynamics on personal and group interactions.
  • InterPlaying with Family Dynamics.

Location:  Queen Anne Christian Church 1316 3rd Ave W. & W. Lee Street, Seattle

Cost:  Entire Weekend (before December 31st $250  after December 31st $300)

Per day cost: $150   (Friday or Saturday plus Sunday: $225)

To register contact:  Sharie Bowman

About Betsy Wetzig:

Betsy Wezig is a choreographer, teacher, author, movement researcher. In 1971, While director of the Wetzig Dance Company and Sound Shapes, in NYC, she began researching and working with the neuromuscular tension patterns and their scale, which are the movement-mind-body link that causes our style and type.
Through this research she originated Coordination Pattern™ Training, which has had multiple applications; and co-developed Psyche-Soma Dynamics, with Dr. Mary Alice Long, and Full Potential Learning, with Dr. Patricia Pinciotti. She co-authored Move to Greatness: Focusing the Four Essential Energies of a Whole and Balanced Leader with Dr. Ginny Whitelaw and consulted on the creation of the FEBI® (Focus Energy Balance Indicator). Her work is included in Constance Schrader’s A Sense Of Dance: Exploring Your Movement Potential, and Anne Gilbert’s Brain-Compatible Dance Education. She also created the DVD “Coordination Pattern™ Training in Support of Tai Chi” with Tai Chi master Bill Newman.
A true innovator, Betsy’s work is now utilized and taught internationally by herself and others, including organizations such as: the leadership training programs, the Women Zenith Program of Empowered LLC and Focused Leadership™, the global, social and improvisational creativity movement, InterPlay®, and Dr. Marcia McFee’s “Elevation” Worship Workshops.

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9 Responses

  1. 1
    Margaret Sutro 

    Sharie, Could you put me on the “want to attend” list, please?
    Just making sure that other potential commitments don’t get in the way.
    As always, Thanks for your organizational acumen. Margaret.

  2. 2
    Sharie Bowman 

    Hi Margaret-
    Got you on the list!

    Thanks so much for your interest and support!


  3. 3
    Billie Mazzei 

    Hey Playmate, Put me down as attending all three. Been down and out for a while but am up and ready again. Can I pay at the door or do you need a check now?

  4. 4

    I am happy to hear that you are feeling better and excited that you will be attending. Paying at the door is great! I will look forward to seeing you there!

  5. 5
    Deanna Murray 

    I am thinking and hoping to come down for the Saturday session.
    is that still possible?

  6. 6

    Hi Billie-
    I look forward to seeing you next weekend. Paying at the door is great!

  7. 7

    Hi Deanna-
    It is totally great for you to attend just the Saturday session. I look forward to seeing you there!

  8. 8

    Hi Sharie,
    I am interested in attending the Saturday session-is this still an option. I also would like to pay at the door.

  9. 9

    That would be great! I look forward to seeing you on Saturday!

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