Movement-based expressive arts is a practice that integrates movement, visual arts, and writing to support personal development and change. I am trained in the Tamalpa Life/Art Process, the expressive arts approach developed by dance pioneers Anna Halprin and Daria Halprin. From my studio, I offer small groups and private sessions. I also offer workshops in larger settings and in educational settings, I offer creative process workshops. No previous training in dance/movement is needed. Appropriate for adolescents to seniors, able-bodied and aging-bodied. Please visit my website to see if expressive arts is right for you.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Tamalpa Institute

Serviced Areas

  • Upstate SC

Contact Details

  Person Jennie Wakefield
  City Greenville, SC
  Zip Code 29609
  Address 107 E. Park Avenue
  Phone Number (864) 350-8951

Business Representative

Jennie Wakefield


BFA, MA, Teacher training graduate of Tamalpa Institute, Approved Artist Roster SC Arts Commission, Teaching Artist Metropolitan Arts Council.

From Our Website

To embody is to integrate or incorporate something, to give tangible form to a quality, feeling, or idea. To fully inhabit this single information system that is the body/mind is to embody a sense of self. You do body work as part of personal growth work to integrate and relate to what you know. Like C.G. Jung's active imagination, it gives external form to what is happening internally, which you may or may not be conscious of. During movement sessions, the most important thing is to be present with what is for you in the moment -- and to work from the heart.