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Workshops for Education and Mental Health Professionals

We deliver dynamic presentations and experiential workshops for a range of audiences. Our workshops for professionals combine up-to-date theory with practical tools. We speak at international conferences and deliver professional development workshops at agency professional training events. Our workshops are designed to accomplish the unique educational objectives of the attendees.

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Upcoming webinars

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The Moving Nature Resource Research Webinar presented with Hanny Exiner Memorial Fundation (2023 recipient of the HEMF Innovation Award), 25th February 2024, >>

World Arts & Embodiment Forum 2023

Stabilization, Innovation & Breakthrough – Cultivating Resilience through the Embodied Arts

Creative Movement (CM) Summit

Date: March 23/24-26, 2023

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Recorded webinars

It's a Beautiful Day in the Playborhood: 3rd World Edition!

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Selected Past Speaking Engagements

  • Drexel University, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., 2022

  • Biennelle for Education, Jerusalem, 2022

  • Ichilov Hospital, Physiotherapy Department, Israel, 2022 

  • Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, Education Conference, Jerusalem 2022 

  • Holon Municipality Education Conference, Israel, 2022

  • Bialik School for Refugees and Immigrant Children, Teacher Workshop, Tel Aviv, 2022

  • Ilanot Elementary School, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2022

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Workshop Descriptions

Discover Moving Nature: Movement Activities Resources for CareGivers and Professionals 

This experiential workshop will offer you an insight into the Moving Nature Resources for families and professionals. Developed for children and their caregivers, as a playful tool to foster healthy, secure attachment styles through body and movement connections. The unique resource provides opportunities for the family system to “re-choreograph” aspects of relationship attachments through the playful movement and dance encounters.

During this workshop you will be guided through a diverse range of directive and improvisation based movement activities that provide opportunities for attunement and understanding of each other. From goal-oriented to improvisation based activities, the mover’s sense of creativity will be enhanced as they are invited to explore movement pathways often neglected in modern environments.


Learning Outcomes:


1. Understand what Moving Nature is and how it can support professionals working with children and families. 

2. Learn how the Moving Nature deck of cards can be used to connect the therapy space with a child or family's home space.

3. Learn how the activities draw on essential elements found in healthy child-care-giver relationships including; structure, nurture, presence and challenge.

Speaker Biographies

Jordine Cornish is a Registered Dance Movement Therapist (DTAA, ANZACATA), Dance Artist, Researcher and Yoga Teacher. Based between Australia and Israel, she has lectured dance and dance science at various universities and has vast experience facilitating community dance workshops and performances globally. Co-Founder of play and movement-based company Moving Creatures, she is an advocate for the healing potential of play, movement and dance.

Dor Shira, Moving Creatures Co-Founder, is known as a dynamic speaker in Israel and presents trainings, drawing from the worlds of martial arts, dance and yoga across Israel and internationally. Before establishing Tel Aviv’s first Martial Arts Studio ArtnFight in 2010, Dor taught Capoeira to children and youth in rural areas of Israel. With degrees in Psychology and Education from Batsheva University and History Education from Israel’s Seminar Hakibutizm, Dor pivoted to school teaching and educational entrepreneurship - developing project-based learning programs in Israeli schools with refugee and immigrant populations.

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