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Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed with guest Amber Elizabeth Gray

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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview Dance therapist  Amber Elizabeth Gray

Amber Elizabeth Gray  was, in her father’s words, born “dancing and fighting”. A lifetime of dance and travel to explore movement and dance-based community and healing traditions has contributed to her passion for, and belief in, movement as life. Encouraged to study Haitian dance by Katherine Dunham initiated a pathway to her own initiation into Vodou. Haitian dance was her portal to Emilie Conrad and Continuum, a revolutionary movement practice  arising from Emilie’s 5 years living and dancing in Haiti. Amber believes that every human beings birthright is embodiment. Her 25 years of work as a Dance/Movement Therapist, Continuum & Yoga teacher include time working and living in conflict and post conflict zones, exposing her to the harsh realities of human rights abuses. Her clients, all survivors of political violence, torture and war,  are co-collaborators and inspirers in the work she teaches, Restorative Movement Psychotherapy and Polyvagal-informed Somatic & Dance/Movement Therapy.

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