Archetypal wheel

Program content

Discover and awaken your hidden creative potentials, allow deep emotional release through movement and freely self-express with spacious body and empowered imagination.


Duration: 2h

  • 1st cycle / open for everyone

  • 2nd cycle / for members of whole program only

Guided journey into finding your personal 12 archetypes

More than 70 hour program of discovering archetypes - patterns of power, their expression and dynamics for

Soul Seekers, Life explorers, Alternative healers and Creators:

  • with versatile mind.

  • passionate about your creative pursuit

  • lacking confidence to turn your passion into a heartfelt business

  • spiritually inclined with social and community oriented affinity

  • periodical loner-hermit with unconventional and rebellious tendencies

  • yearning to fully self-expressed through movement and dance

Guest Facilitators: Romana Ercegovic, Suzana Grau & Saša Starovoitov.


FULL SCHOLARSHIP Archetypal Dance of Greek Goddesses online course

€100 Archetypal Sanctuary Discount for any other online course

€50 Archetypal Sanctuary Discount for any other online course

The group is still forming so we are shifting the starting date to 7th or 12th October.

You can still apply and participate in this process of negotiating the most suitable day and time by voting your preferences.

I have 5 more places open for this journey.

Simply message me with your most preferable choice:

  • Thursdays, starting on 7th October

  • Tuesdays, starting on 12th October

  • 10 AM EST time

  • 3 PM EST time

  • 6.30 PM EST time

Welcomed to join this immersive imaginative journey to release deep emotions, create spacious body and fully self-express through dance!

The number of participants is limited


**soul seekers and life explorers looking for unique personal growth methods and facilitators who desire to implement playful movement tools into their work with their clients

**creators who want to “relax” their minds by moving and using their bodies

**spiritual seekers and yoga practitioners who want to expand their practice and make it more dynamic or introduce/upgrade/deepen their practice with knowledge of archetypes;

**psychotherapists and psychologist looking for playful & soft movement tools to enhance and deepen their therapy practice;

**“Caroline Myss fans” who want to experience the method of Sacred Contracts through movement and dance

**art therapists & holistic health practitioners that want to deepen their practice with knowledge of archetypes or playful movement tools;

* * artists looking for inspiration and ways to expand & enhance their creativity through movement & dance

**enthusiasts with dormant creative talent that want to gain confidence to follow their true passions

**social workers, social science students, lecturers, archetype & mythology writers - who sit too much in their “heads” and want to engage their creative minds through body expression;


  • diversity of organic movement expressions

  • awareness of archetypal patterns that “sleep” inside yourself as potentials

  • learning how to activate archetypal energy and transfer it to the movement

  • tools for non-verbal communication

  • extended perception and enhanced creative imagination

  • how archetypes function in certain fields of life - in the context of astrological houses

  • the interpretation and translation of archetypal concepts in a holistic way / body-mind-spirit

  • learning & understanding your Sacred Contracts; to learn more about it go to FAQ

Archetypes are universal patterns of behavior and patterns of power carried in our DNAs record and they are accessible to us through our unconscious. They help us develop potentials of our soul and relationship with our inner being. In the psychology and our awareness, they were introduced by Carl G. Jung. Archetypes are common symbols that do not appear in direct form, but we gain access to them through unconsciousness, art, mythology, religion, dreams and fanciful activity. Archetypes in the modern world live in fairy tales, films, stories of different nations and cultures and have similar - universal elements. Jung has described many fundamental archetypes, such as, for example, archetype of a mother, father, an old wise man, etc.

To learn more about what is an Archetype, what are Sacred Contracts, who is Caroline Myss and why we need Embodiment of Archetypes please check out our FAQ section.



  • 1st & 2nd cycle - 28 workshops


  • 1st cycle - 14 workshops


  • 4 workshops of your choice




This video is a preview of Embodiment of Archetypes in 3rd astrological house of Communication, Perception and Thinking.

For all, who already worked with me individually or at 3-days workshops, I offer 20% discount on all packages and programs

If you feel that the journey into the world of archetypes at this moment for you is irresistible, that this work can really help you along the path of self-realization, and only your financial situation is an obstacle for you, write to me so we can find a solution together.


1st Cycle - Archetype exploration

In all the workshops in this cycle of the program, we travel through guided warm-up and meditative dance ritual, so you can consciously choose the archetype you feel most connected to and resonates with your life patterns. Supported by flowing mindfulness, created within a group, we then surrender to archetypal energies and use various improvisational tools to activate our inner depths that enable non-verbal communication through movement and expression of emotions.

  • For everybody who wants to express themselves creatively through the body, music and dance and learn about Sacred Contracts

  • Dancing experience or knowledge of archetypes is not required.

  • All you need is comfortable clothes, a bottle of water and playful curiosity

  • **only for participants of 8-months program

Creative Embodiment of Archetypes

Watch this video and get inspired to indulge in Archetypal Wheel Program to express your most authentic emotions. This was my first archetype video I co-created together with dance and video artists in a frame of artistic residency in Tenerife. In this video, performers focus on articulation of the 7 archetypes and the relationships between them. Clown, Mediator, Artist, Gambler, Saboteur, Victim and Child. Archetypes were selected according to the potentiality of creating interesting dynamics and interaction within the group. It is an instant structured improvisation.

  • Duration: 2h

  • Location: to be announced


Introduction + Survivor's archetype: Inner Child**

The first meeting is intended to get acquainted with the program and the way we work.

First there will be a brief guided mindful movement warm up and then the embodiment of a randomly chosen archetype.

As I present my year-long program, I outline the basic guidelines / rules for selecting personal archetypes, provide key questions for your contemplation, and outline how you write your "personal journal", which serves as a map of your soul. I also direct you to additional literature to help you choose your personal archetypes.

We will also tap into discovering your most audible inner child.

What is my dream?” ... your inner child wonders. How many times in your life do you forget the importance of keeping your dreams alive and allowing yourself to follow them?

Through movement games and dance, we will explore whether you are an eternal, innocent, wounded, magical, divine, natural, abandoned or perhaps a "parent" child. We will then journey inwards to establish your inner sovereign who teaches your inner child how to become responsible and how to maintain genuine innocence.


Exploring the archetype of a child is a journey that teach us about responsibility and innocence.

FULL VIDEO CONTENT: Exercise Nr.1: Embodiment of Innocent and Playful ChildExercise Nr.2: Happy FeetExercise Nr.3: Mirror

GET A FULL VERSION (20minutes, with 3 exercises)


Survivor's Archetypes : Negotiator (Prostitute) & Victim

Personal journey to establish your Lover & Warrior

Do you feel like you've lost control of certain parts of your life? And that there is something / someone that threatens your happiness and peace?Do you feel like...

these people or your life in general owe you something? When such and similar questions arise in you, you are in the grip of the victim archetype, which teaches you how to set and protect personal boundaries. The victim archetype is at work even when you are always feeling tired, unsupported, “down”, and you think your complaining is justified. Through movement games and dance, in this workshop we will first feel the archetype of the victim, and then we will journey inward to establish an inner warrior who gives the victim a positive charge, courage and strength.

Through the embodiment of the negotiator, we will try to truly feel the power of negotiation, seduction, which many times leads us away from our path, our dreams, and tests our integrity. “What do I feel?” ... will be a leading question for establishing an inner lover who teaches us how to surrender and maintain eternal faith.

Survivor's Archetype : Saboteur

Personal journey to establish your inner Magician

The workshop will introduce and embody the saboteur archetype that puts your thinking and attitudes of success to the forefront, and thus the power of your confidence.

We will journey inward in the embodiment of a magician who is a master of illusions and helps you overcome the negative aspects of the saboteur and create a path where chaos is in your life.

Creative Embodiment of Victim Archetype

This is a video that was filmed as part of the performance DANCING MYTHS. I choreographed it in collaboration with Brazilian artist Hugo Leonardo Silva and it represents the embodiment of Victim archetype. Dancer: Roberta Racis

Embodiment of Wild Archetypes

Trickster, Wizard, Inventor, Improviser, Vampire, Shape-Shifter, Beggar, Addict, Thief

What archetypes such as trickster, wizard, inventor, improviser, vampire and shape-shifter have in common? Immutability, madness, intensity, special powers and skills, magnetism .... But also acting outside of social norms - naturally born non conformists.

There are periods in life when we dream, fantasize and "enchant" our reality. We feel the power of our words as spells. We speechlessly observe the reality around us as delivered and are surprised and shocked by the chaos, unpredictability, and wonder of life. We are amazed. We feel deceived, even though we ourselves also innocently and sometimes consciously deceive others. We are full of tricks. In this workshop we will be introduced to archetypes, which at first glance may be a little bit frightening because they seem saturated with negative charge, so we will take a look on how their positive characteristics can manifest and through embodiment become our allies.

What do beggar, addict and thief have in common? Extremism, lack of self-control and a kind of imbalance in reciprocal process of giving and receiving. There are periods in life when everything is too much. We eat too much, we spend too much, we work too much, we enjoy too much, we rely too much on luck on behalf of effort ...

Embodiment of Power Animals

Through guided warm-up and a meditative dance ritual, we will intuitively choose the Power Animal that will accompany us as we dance so that we can truly express our praise to Life, our Wild Nature and our temple - the body.

Dear Sandra,thank you for today's unforgettable dance experience! ❤ To be a Butterfly, to be Joy, to have wings with which you fly freely, to have tentacles with which you feel everything and a sucker with which you give yourself only the sweetest.

Neža Drobnič Bogataj

performer, singer and marketing director

Embodiment of male archetypes

King, Prince, Father, Knight, Warrior, Lover & Don Juan, Fool

"A hero is born among a hundred, a wise man is found among a thousand, but an accomplished one might not be found even among a hundred thousand men. “ Plato

In this workshop, we will learn about male archetypes, which represent the different life cycles each man travels through...

...and at the same time these archetypal energies can also be present in a woman. The transition from adolescence to adulthood requires from boys to encounter the complex propositions of these male archetypes that affect their psychological attitude and behavior, but only one archetypal pattern is dominant and the rest significantly influence the uniqueness of the archetypal manifestation and serve as important companions and supporters at life's turning points.Together, we will bring to light, through embodiment, what are the fundamental differences in the mode of action and behavior of these male archetypes.

Creative Embodiment of Warrior Archetype

Dancer: Goran Bogdanovski

Embodiment of Action Archetypes

Hero, Gambler, Rebel, Destroyer, Detective, Midas, Liberator, Advocate, Avenger, Pioneer

What connects hero, gambler, rebel, destroyer and detective archetype? Strong will and courage, explosiveness, strong intuition, instinctive response, ability to observe .... and a truly active male principle, the yang, which motivates action aimed at achieving results

Midas, Liberator, Advocate, Avenger reflect the extreme duality of our perceptions of reality. The archetypes that take fate into their own hands and create reality by their active responses to given life situations. Archetypes driven by inner motivation for greed, arrogance, surrendering their own fate in foreign hands, the desire for total freedom, extreme compassion, advocating for justice and balancing wrongdoings with acts of revenge.

Creative Embodiment of Rebel Archetype

This is a video that was filmed as part of the performance DANCING MYTHS. I choreographed it in collaboration with Brazilian artist Hugo Leonardo Silva and it represents the embodiment of Rebel archetype. It was screened also in frame of DANCA EM FOCO festival in Rio de Janeiro - BRAZIL

Embodiment of Wisdom Archetypes

Hermit, Alchemist, Storyteller, Judge, Mystic, Teacher, Student, Guide, Mentor, Seeker

“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.“ - Socrates

Embodiment of Female Archetypes

Mother, Queen, Goddess, Damsel and Virgin

“The thing women have yet to learn is nobody gives you power. You just take it.” Roseanne Barr

Do you like to nurture and care for others? Do you require things to work out your way and are you always in charge? Do you put creativity at the center of your life mission? Are you always waiting for others to support you and help you along the way?

Is your most important value personal independence in all aspects and original ideas? In this workshop, we will learn about female archetypes, which represent the different life cycles each woman travels through, and at the same time these archetypal energies can also be present in a man. The transition from adolescence to adulthood requires girls to encounter the complex intertwining of these female archetypes that affect their psychological attitude and behavior, but only one archetypal pattern is dominant and the rest significantly influence the uniqueness of the archetypal manifestation and serve as important companions and supporters at life's turning points. Together, we will bring to light, through embodiment, what are the fundamental differences in the mode of action and behavior of these female archetypes.


  • Weekend Workshop

Tuesday - November 17 and 24, 2020

Let’s research, play and embody Greek Goddesses:

  • Artemis: Goddess of the Hunt and Moon;

  • Athena: Goddess of Wisdom and Crafts;

  • Hestia: Goddess of the Heart and temple;

  • Hera: Goddess of Marriage and Commitment;

  • Demeter:Goddess of Grain;

  • Perspehone: The Queen of the Underworld

  • Aphrodite: Godess of Love and Beauty.

We’ll take a leap to discover and use myths as insight tools to dig deeper into knowing our true nature. According to well established author Jean Shinoda Bolen: “The more complicated the woman, the more likely that many Godsesses are active within her. And what is fulfilling to one part of her may be meaningless to another. Every woman has “goddess-given” gifts to learnm about and accept gratefuly. Every woman also has goddess - given liabilities, which she must recognize and surmont in order to change. She cannot resist living out of a pattern determined by an underlying goddess archetype until she is conscious that such pattern exists and seeks to fulfill itself through her. When a woman senses that there is a mythic dimension to something she is undertaking, that knowledge touches her and inspires deep creative centers in her. “

"Of all things in life, I miss dancing the most, free, with carefully chosen music and in good company. Sandra, what a courage, we need this work more than we realize. I find it great that you have highlighted the sub-aspects. At my age, I can say that I have experienced and transcended the workings of all seven selected archetypes - aspects of myself that we can see as the seven goddesses because I have a full, intense life. The old Wise Woman is waiting for me, which I am preparing for. With all respect. Last night seemed to me the right measure of presentation and practice. To allow ourselves playfulness and insight.Designing altars is a very nice gesture. It is too precious to me to have met young, beautiful women; each with its own story and presence.Sincerity, beauty and vulnerability. Circle of support and contact with earth and sky, elements. Voice. Confidence in the workings of femininity, because somehow you know that everyone will take care of something. Seeing a danced out body, Sandra, is a particularly beautiful experience. Thank you!

Ljoba Jenče - artist, singer and collector of Slovenian folk songs

"New insights were born within me with your explanation of individual Goddess traits, related to the archetypes and behavior of each goddess. I recognized my behavior patterns in many Goddesses and got a good explanation and connection to why it works that way. Through the explanation of the properties of Goddesses I realized that these characteristics are somehow predetermined by the birth of inner Goddess. The most interesting thing for me is, that we can transcend these patterns and call in another Goddess when we want:) I recommend Embodying of Greek Goddesses Workshop to every woman to recognize her female qualities and to get to know the dormant goddesses, to if necessary, activate them. In this way, woman can get to know each other better and see how many possibilities still exist on our path and how simple it is to be what we want and to attract into our lives what we desire to enrich our lives on all levels."

Lucija Poličnik - surveyor/ counselor,U2 & Reiki master & Angel therapist and Instructor of skiing

"It was wonderful.The ambience is magical, the lighting effects perfectly ordered (moon - beauty) along with the weather, not to mention the animals at all. The big ones have a nice sound effect, and the small ones touch us as kindness therapy ...

What did the Goddesses do with me and me with them:

My intention was for each to contribute what I need at this current time. I didn’t focus on the individual ones because I didn't feel that way.

I had some cleaning today. Maybe they did a good job ...

And Sandra, I tell you that this facilitating job is written on your skin. I had a great time.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the whole team for being unique.

Mateja Velikonja

"Quite a few of these AHA moments were stringed while listening, and then at home. I see that I don't lack ideas, but it's hard to get them - I give birth to the world. I look ugly at Aphrodite, who creates everything so easily, and I understand my anger at her. This light-hearted attitude of hers would come in handy for me too. Hera is not very close to me, with her unconditional love for Zeus. It’s interesting how I recognize Greek Goddesses in the real people I have around me and see where we get stuck in our relationships. All aspects are mine, I live everything, each of the Goddesses has a place in me, Hestia burns the fire of purification and opens space for new possibilities, Athena seeks formal knowledge, walks to university, learns to live in this world of rules and likes structure, Demeter spends the days in the garden, talks to the Wind, rustling in the treetops, soaks naked in the flowing River, lets the fish caress her body, sits on a stump and watches the squirrels play, and fights wildly to keep her piece of green paradise clean and non-toxic. Artemis responds when special knowledge is required, such as from experience not written in letters and words. Which we recognize in dance, body movement, touch ... which in a way just fall into us, as if an ancient record is awakened in the cells. Persephone teaches me about shadows, about my underworld, those sides of myself that the world / I do not accept that are “dark and gloomy”. I’m glad she dives into these abysses in cyclical rhythms, and pulls everything repressed into the light out of them. Aphrodite and Hera are a little foreign to me, so I tried to embody them with dance. But I see that an additional dance class will be needed. We’ll see what else Persephone brings from the cold tunnels of the underworld. A job in the hardcore industry, experience and everything else trained me to look at things very rationally, intellectually, I count everything. I leave very, very little space for the voice of the heart. It’s like living in two worlds, one where Athens is the only and main one, the other where everyone else is dancing. And if I wanted something for myself, it was for everyone else to have more time, more of my attention, and more opportunities to express themselves in the world. Sandra thank you for your presentation, for your presence, for the dance.Thank you, really from the heart."

Nataša Dominko - Industrialization and changes coordinator at MAHLE

Creative Embodiment of Women Archetypes

These are the excerpts from the premiere of the performance DANCING MYTHS. I choreographed it in collaboration with Brazilian artist Hugo Leonardo Silva and it represents the embodiment of interplay between light and shadow aspects of women archetypes.

Embodiment of Divine Archetypes

Monk, Nun, Exorcist, Shaman, Priest, Martyr, Samaritan, Missionary, Angel,God, Messiah

Do you believe in fairy creatures? Elves, dwarves, good fairies etc. Creatures that have special powers, an unusual way of living and a very special earthly and heavenly mission. They guide us in this world, sometimes second-guessing our choices, and perhaps they don’t even exist. But this is not the point.

The power of human imagination has always been creating, connecting and paying a specially dedicated attention to the world, which is beyond our possible daily perception. The common dimension of divine archetypes embodied in this workshop is a special relationship to the sacred, the cosmic, the divine and the heavenly. How can we embody the archetypes of a monk, nun, exorcist, shaman, priest, martyr, samaritan, missionary, angel , the god and the messiah? You may find that those archetypes are ancient and have nothing to do with today's modern lifestyles. But the fact is, that these behavioral patterns are deeply anchored in our cellular memory and carry within us the particular wisdom that we all crave, so let us surprise ourselves and explore together what kind of dance they are inviting us to perform.

Embodiment of Healing Archetypes

Healer, Rescuer, Servant, Caregiver and Companion

“I think that healing has to do with becoming whole. It has to do with integration, which has to do with acknowledging aspects of your physical, emotional, and artistic self and being able to apply what you have learned to your everyday life. That is healing.” Anna Halprin

One of the benefits of dancing is an increased sense of vitality---an awakening and renewal of one’s life energy.

Studies have shown that dance interventions by trained professionals can decrease depression, improve mood, and strengthen positive feelings about one’s self. Embodiment of healing archetypes of healer, rescuer, servant, caregiver and companion will flow in a direction that is very much about the mobilization and exchange of energy, and the creative, expressive process in which you will learn to move in ways that are authentic to how you are feeling and experiencing a given moment.

We’ll use dance forms and structures to modify them for release of tension and for helping you become comfortable in moving. We will also use healing sounds, music, rhythm instruments, foot stomping, hand-clapping, or laughter and all kinds of vocalizing to express our innermost emotional blockades.

Dance is movement, and movement is essentially a process of ongoing change. Moving with one’s whole body, with and against gravity, one learns to both yield and resist, to feel one’s strength and to feel one’s vulnerability, to try on new qualities of action and behavior. This is what it means to be fully human.

Dance-based methods for getting grounded, for sensing the body’s energy and position, and for developing breath support can help with learning to pay attention to one’s own needs, and for feeling more in control, and for regulating fearful or angry reactions.

As dancers know, dancing and moving rhythmically with other people creates a powerful sense of “togetherness” and unity that helps transforming negative experiences into healing.

Creative Embodiment of Healer Archetype

This is a video that was filmed in frame of Imagine Bali - a CONSCIOUS MODERN VISUAL, SOUND & MOVEMENT ART FESTIVAL.

Embodiment of creative archetypes

Artist, Scribe, Poet, Networker (communicator), Gossip, Athlete, Visionary, Pioneer, Dilettante and Engineer

1 day: Communication is a way of understanding and getting to know each other. It is a system of exchange of symbols and information. Movement also, is a way of communication

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1st day: Non-verbal, bodily communication in which the flow of energy is exchanged with the environment or partner. Dance is the space between invitation and reception, where communication is initiated by itself. To truly understand the people around us, we need to listen to them. Listening, however, occurs when we are passively active and read, “scan” and feel our partner's world, his suggestions, intention, needs and actions.What to do when communication is not clear, when we do not know what and how we would like to express ourselves? It is best then to stay still, connect with ourselves through the breath and just sharpen our senses… and clear communication will come again. Back to simplicity, then. There's nothing more to do. It's the same with dance. It takes some time to understand what is happening in the partner's body, mind, emotions ... what the partner wants and needs. Embodying archetypes is one way of practicing alertness and understanding through non-verbal communication with a partner.In this workshop we will get acquainted with the creative archetypes, to which communication is the basic motivation for creative activity: artist, scribe, poet, networker (communicator) and gossip.

2nd day: The difference between people is their use of these senses; most people do not know anything about the inner senses, while some people rely on them to the same extent as they rely on their physical senses. Creativity comes from sharpening these inner senses.In this workshop we will learn about the creative archetypes of the athlete, visionary, pioneer, dilettante and engineer who embody the masters of the senses.We will explore the impact of visuals on movement and dance, and experience the emotional states triggered by touch - I feel myself!We will recognize and tune in with the melody of our own, partner and group bodies, and play with the internal rhythms, acoustic vs. electronic body - I know myself!We will also smell and taste the sweetness, acidity, bitterness and salinity of the movement - viva la vida!

Rosanda Meško

Magdala - holistic healer

Thank you, Sandra! Very nice feelings and smiles when looking at the photos :) The archetypes have actually come to life through our movement! Wow! And thanks for the interesting interpretations. For me, they are all true! In the 5th house, I had 2 archetypes: a healer and a liberator, which all belong to me. But I danced the liberator. One patient once told me that I am not healing but liberating. ;)

Creative Embodiment of Archetypes

Watch this video and get inspired to indulge in Archetypal Wheel Program to express your most authentic emotions. This archetype video was co-created together with dance and video artists in a frame of artistic residency in Tenerife. In this video, performers focus on articulation of the 7 archetypes and the relationships between them. Clown, Mediator, Artist, Gambler, Saboteur, Victim and Child. Archetypes were selected according to the potentiality of creating interesting dynamics and interaction within the group. It is an instant structured improvisation.

2nd Cycle - Contemplating and Interpreting your Archetypal Wheel

  • *minimum 6 participants

  • **only for participants of whole program

Analysis of personal Archetypal Journal**

  • 3 sessions

Have you noticed in yourself that in different periods of life, as well as in different psychological and emotional states, you understand a certain text differently? When re-reading, sometimes you are exposed to something you have not been paying attention to before, or see the content in a whole new light. That is why it is important, especially when choosing your personal archetypes,that you understandtheir characteristics and the possible dimensions of their manifestation clearly.

It is very common to choose, identify and rely on first impressions and associations or mass interpretation of the archetypal energies, which is far from being its overall appearance. Each archetype is also reflected in each individual in a unique way, and we have a strong tendency to choose the archetypes we like (what we want to be) rather than those that really reflect our psychological dynamics. Therefore, these workshops are intended to collectively read and brainstorm any ambiguities in understanding the dynamics of the chosen archetypes and to re-question your selection with an additional questionnaire.

Ritual of Casting Archetypes into personal Astrological Chart**

  • 1 session

We develop a personal ritual with each participant (song, ritual dance, meditation ..) to support your chosen personal archetypes that you have been working on for 4 months. We then cast these archetypes in the houses of your natal astrological chart. Houses represent different domains in your life and the placement of each archetype in a specific house reveals even deeper insight into your Sacred Contract.

Archetypal Dynamics of Planets

  • 1 session

Planets also carry archetypal energies and in all cultures of the world they attribute them special powers and characteristics. In Greek mythology, they are personified by divine as well as human qualities. We will explore and embody the archetypal dimensions of the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Pluto, Neptune and Uranus.

Embodiment of archetypes in astrological houses

(3 days workshop or Zoom sessions)

Each participant embodies his or her personal archetype in the context of the astrological house (area of ​​life) where it is located. We also associate the personal archetype with the sign in which the house is placed and the planet that reigns in it. The set of symbols opens the way to new insights, broadens our understanding of the motivational and psychological dynamics and brings us closer to understanding of our deeper spiritual mission.

  • Embodiment of Archetypes in 1. Fire House

  • Embodiment of Archetypes in 2.Earth House and 4. Water House

  • Embodiment of Archetypes in 3. Air House and 9. Fire House

  • Embodiment of Archetypes in 5.Fire House and 11. Air House

  • Embodiment of Archetypes in 6. Earth House

  • Embodiment of Archetypes in 7. Air House in 8. Water House

  • Embodiment of Archetypes in 10.Earth House

  • Embodiment of Archetypes in 12.Water House

With Sandra, dance became less about an impressive performance for approval and accolades and more about drawing out creative, expressive and emotional movements from a deep dark well within myself. The intention was to tap deep into my own source and bring out as many characters I play everyday without consciously recognizing it. So we worked with the 12 sun signs and 12 related archetypes. I danced in trance like movements as I journeyed through various archetypes- •as a vampire- sucking out all energy from the surroundings to sustain. •as a rebel- breaking the stereotype not to disgrace it but to admit only those elements that served my need. •as a hermit- in need for isolation and withdrawal from society. •as a knight - battling fiercely to rescue and protect the princess within. •as a seductress - seducing and attracting lifeless objects in the most non sexual manner. •as a child (child magical) - forever awestruck by the myriad of sights,sounds, smells and tastes around it. Each cell bursting with life, star gazing bathing in glitter in all it's innocence and just being blissfully joyful about anything and everything. I danced my heart out, everything flowing out naturally and organically. Then came the card "The Lover" and I was asked to describe myself as a person in love.

Rhea Naomi Aranha

Professional Engineer & Dancer India

I went on and on, effortlessly, with how much I have loved or can love another person without holding back, with all the burning intensity, with all my strength- every nerve and sinew. Once I was finished with my little speech, with a warm smile she said, "okay then, take a good look at yourself and love yourself like you just described loving another. Then dance." I began looking at myself, very very closely. And that moment I felt the most vulnerable. I could see everything I hated about myself that I kept locked and hidden for years. Each scar and bruise I looked at and felt with my fingers turned into sinister grins from those same old dark inner demons. They were grinning at me - "hey there, you're back. Remember us? Remember what we did when you thought no one was looking, when no one was around?" I was fixated on my faults and I froze. I couldn't dance. I didn't know how to. It was as though I had never danced before, all my life. I just stood there, staring at the floor, crying bitterly. It was chaotic. It was turbulent. But it ended with making love to and making peace with those demons. We worked for 2 hours a day for almost a week. It was fun, terrifying,at times frustrating but overall exhilarating. I started out feeling like an empty desert land- barren and parched; but finished off feeling full of resources as though I had found a hidden magical spring that always overflowed with water serving a multitude of purposes and existences - a reason for thriving life.

Rhea Naomi Aranha

Professional Engineer & Dancer India


If you are to participate in these programs , it should NOT be confused with professional therapy or counseling for specific conditions in your personal or professional life. As a participant, you shall agree to be mindful and personally responsible for your own well-being during the sessions and consultations and if needed, to seek professional & licensed medical treatment in your state/country. We do not provide medical, therapy, or psychotherapy services.

What we do is to facilitate conditions and space for your personal growth and teach you to perceive and learn seeing your life from symbolical and archetypal perspective.