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PLAY: the Secret to Letting Go

with Interplay co-founder Cynthia Winton-Henry

What do dancing and playing have to do with theology?

Join us for a rich, embodied conversation with our very special guest today, Cynthia Winton-Henry. Cynthia is the co-founder of Interplay, a worldwide “movement” movement - a community of practice that uses dance and play and spontaneity to unlock the wisdom of the body.

Tune in to learn:

  🔹 Why *ease* is essential for both the body and the spirit

  🔸 The exact techniques she uses to detach from heavy group/cultural dynamics (so important for all us HSP/empaths out there!)

  🔹 Why sensitive folks (HSPs/empaths) need “credentialing”–and why it has nothing to do with degrees or letters after your name

  🔸  The forgotten practice of the ancestors that helps you regulate your nervous system.

  🔹 The key to unlocking our tendency to control

  🔸 Why you need a spirit team–and where to find them

  🔹 Why play is the secret sauce for everything

–Plus 2 embodied exercises you can do with us live!

Cynthia Winton-Henry is a dancer, celebrated teacher, artist, and life-long mentor in somatic spirituality. Her books include Chasing the Dance of Life, Dance: The Sacred Art: Discovering the Joy of Movement, Move: What the Body Wants, and the soon to be published The Art of Ensoulment, which accompanied her popular year-long course by the same name.

Cynthia curates a community (complete with creative arts/spirituality courses!) at the Hidden Monastery (found at, and writes on Substack (

Her book, The Art of Ensoulment, a creative workbook/art journal/*experience* is out August 1, 2023.


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