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The Storydancer Project (TSP), a non-profit international artistic health resource organization, serves girls, women, children and families facing challenging life circumstances by providing innovative Core Wellness Exercise and Movement Arts programs and trainings that foster and enliven greater health, self-esteem, resilience and leadership. TSP is a 501(c)(3) organization, based in Santa Fe, NM, which offers its programs free of charge. TSP works in partnership with organizations and communities locally and globally. We particularly focus on collaborating to create sustainable, train-the-trainer programs that provide the most effective long-term support for our partnering communities.
TSP’s Core Wellness Exercise and Movement Arts Model incorporates exercise, movement, rhythm, music and story to develop a resilient and enlivened sense of self, strengthen participants’ connection to their bodies and establish a sound foundation for joy and health.
TSP was created in 2001 by Zuleikha to address the lack of wellness education and resources for girls and women locally and internationally and to bring rejuvenation, leadership and self-care skills to girls, women, children and families facing challenging life circumstances such as poverty, illness, war, and natural disasters.
HOW WE PARTNER
The Storydancer Project™ (TSP) adapts its programs to the communities we serve. We are finding that our work to encourage health in body, mind and spirit can be helpful in many different situations of suffering – families and patients dealing with the devastation of cancer, school children struggling to learn, girls and women facing isolation, poverty, domestic violence and health issues, caregivers trying to find more energy to move through their day – these are just some of the circumstances into which TSP brings its rejuvenating programs. We are invited to bring our innovative approach into each partner community. A real partnership is formed that facilitates maximum learning and growth for each individual in the context of cultural
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