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Healing through Movement with Tatiana Zamir
Sunday, November 6, 2022 and Sunday December 4, 2022
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
Integrating various healing modalities, including movement therapy techniques, these workshops seek to release stress and cultivate joy. Tatiana Zamir encourages liberation from self-doubt, insecurities, fear, and limiting beliefs to support our healing journeys as individuals and as a collective. Starting from our world within, participants are guided to embody their strengths, increase confidence and creativity, and create a more peaceful and just world.
All bodies and levels of movement experience are welcome.
Please bring a journal, pencil, and water bottle, and wear comfortable clothes you can move in. During the workshop, it’s recommended to be barefoot or wear socks with some grip. Shoes can be worn if needed.
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Visitors will enter the galleries based on capacity. Early/late entry will be based on capacity.
Food, drinks, backpacks (even if they are backpack purses), and large bags are not allowed in the museum. We do offer free bag check.
Service animals are welcome at MOCA. Please note that pets and emotional support animals are not permitted. We are happy to accommodate ADA Service Animals in our galleries.
Wheelchairs are available for check-out at the reception or lobby desk. Just inquire with a friendly MOCA Gallery Attendant when you arrive on-site. Wheelchairs will be wiped down with sanitizing supplies between uses.
Please carefully read our health and safety measures before proceeding to purchase your admission tickets online. The Museum of Contemporary Art is a proud member of the Safe Space Alliance. MOCA reserves the right to refuse admission, control occupancy, or eject/remove any person without refund found violating the code of conduct or exhibiting unsafe, inappropriate, or disruptive behavior, or behavior likely to cause damage. Willful violation of the Code of Conduct and COVID Safety Protocols will result in the person being given a warning by MOCA staff or security and asked to cease and discontinue the behavior immediately. MOCA reserves the right to take immediate action at its sole discretion.