Friday Night InterPlay Jam
Sharie Bowman, Stephen Condit, and Joy Fry
2nd Fridays of each month on-going 7:00-9:00pm (April's Jam will be on the 1st Friday: April 5th)
This is a great place to experience InterPlay for the first time or rekindle your love for play. We will learn InterPlay's gentle improvisational forms and then have an open-sharing time to share an improvisational story, poem, song, or dance...the InterPlay way! Welcome to new and experienced InterPlayers.
Cost: $20 or pay as you can
To Register: Sharie Bowman 253/740-8209 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Queen Anne Christian Church
1316 3rd Ave W & W Lee St
Neighborhood parking. Along 3rd Ave W there is a single door entrance with a stained glass window beside it. Come in that door and go up the stairs and through the double doors to the Fellowship Hall. Wear layers!
Sharie Bowman, MA is a Mental Health Counselor and Regional InterPlay Leader. She has been leading InterPlay since 2004 and has co-led four Life Practice Programs. She is particularly intrigued with the potential InterPlay has to support people to create healthier lives by following the wisdom of their bodies and taking the lead in their own lives. In her private practice she regularly weaves InterPlay’s life-enhancing forms and philosophies to help individuals and families thrive. For over 20 years, she has been exploring the wisdom of the body through a variety of modalities including InterPlay, Authentic Movement, Core-Energetics, and Biodynamic Psychotherapy.
After decades in higher education and technology, Steve rediscovered life-below-the-neck through movement and the embodied voice practices of Gabrielle Roth's 5Rhythms® and Chloe Goodchild’s The Naked Voice. His explorations have also included taking Aikido with his son and studying embodied leadership with Richard Strozzi-Heckler. But all this was just a prelude to InterPlay. Steve says “for me, discovering InterPlay was like coming home. InterPlay combines my major life interests, movement, voice, storytelling, and stillness and has opened new, easier paths for my personal and spiritual growth, all in the context of play. It has provided balance to my intellectual and serious approach to life and restored my joy and creativity.” Steve has co-facilitated Secrets of InterPlay and the Life Practice so that others may rediscover the joy of play and learn that transformation does not have to involve struggle.