Kelsey Peterson offers masterclasses, workshops, and retreats for people of all ages and abilities, from all walks of life. See below for a full list of topics. To schedule Kelsey Peterson for a masterclass, workshop, or retreat, please send her an email.

  • Meditation and mindfulness
  • Prayerful or meditative movement
  • Yoga (vinyasa flow, hatha, vigorous vinyasa, restorative, or kids)
  • Trauma-informed yoga or movement
  • Liturgical dance
  • Finding trust through movement
  • Theatre of the Oppressed
  • Faith and sexuality
  • Choreography
  • Dance & the Church; Dance & Spirituality
  • Dance (ballet, modern/contemporary, improvisation, partnering)
  • Body & Soul connection
  • Anatomy

If you have an idea that is not listed above, please reach out!

 

There are currently no retreats or workshops scheduled. Please see below for information on past workshops. 

Stay tuned for more information regarding these upcoming retreats:

  • dance and movement as spiritual practice for non-dancers
  • spiritual deepening for professional dancers & choreographers


Embodied Theology: A Practical Workshop for Faith Leaders

January 12-13, 2-5pm in the chapel at Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA

Workshop Description: The goal of this workshop is to provide faith leaders with practical experience in embodied faith practices, such as moving prayers and liturgical dance. Students will leave with the ability to develop their own moving prayer practices, choreograph works that could be performed in faith communities, and choreograph liturgical movement that can be taught to a faith community. Each day will begin with a warm-up and close with a cool-down. On the first day, we will focus on a small piece of the history of dance in faith communities, followed by learning a few already choreographed works. Students will be sent home with a brief movement assignment to complete before the next class. On the second day, the focus will be on sharing our experiences with the movement homework assignment followed by practical exercises in developing choreography that can be performed, shared, or taught.