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Richard is deeply grateful to the people who are part of his team and help him present the work. He knows that his work emerges from a place of shared relationships and shared responsibilities. Simply put, he knows that without the people who join his team there would be no transformational teaching. It is a sense of connection that brings him joy and gratitude everyday.
Deborah Bacon Dilts
Deborah has been working as a professional interpreter for trainers and teachers in the personal growth field for more than 25 years. Her career as an interpreter began when Richard Moss came to France for the first time in 1986. A long-time explorer of the body-mind connection, she is also a trainer in Psychosynthesis, Relaxation Therapy and Richard Moss’ Mandala of Being. She is trained in Aquanima, a transpersonal body psychotherapy approach. She lives in France and also shares a home in California with her husband Robert Dilts. Since 2005, she and Robert have been working together to create programs blending Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) with movement and transpersonal approaches. She was certified by Gabrielle Roth in 1998 to teach the 5 Rhythms®. Sharing this transformational movement meditation practice with others is her greatest passion, the place where she weaves together the many threads of her various trainings, years of experience working with people and her love of the dance.
For 15 years Lucy has been journeying with the 5 Rhythms wave, and teaching this practice since 2004 (to adults, teenagers, “abled” and “disabled” people) in Europe, Asia and the United States. She has been deepening her teaching through her own journey into consciousness, ongoing training with other teachers (A. Juhan) and through the experience of offering ongoing work to closed groups who want to dive into the practice (“Art of Dance and Dance of Art,” “Journeying with Archetypes,” “Connexions,” “The Human Paradox,” “5 Rhythms Laboratory”).
Lucy is passionate about the quest for our essence and combines movement with symbolic studies and art (A. Jodorowsky), energy and consciousness (R. Moss) and the expression of emotions (E. Jalenques).
My work as a French-English interpreter for international talks and seminars in the field of personal development gives me the privilege of working with accomplished teachers in coaching, therapy, spirituality. For more information visit Lucy’s website: Dancing Across Borders
Annalisa is a dynamic and interactive retreat and workshop leader. She guides people to access the wisdom of the body by consciously sidestepping the ego and the thinking mind. In this way she supports a gentle movement toward the deepest potential for aliveness life can offer us in any moment. She has studied and worked with international educators in therapeutic hypnosis and psycho-neuro-immunology.
Annalisa worked as a hypnotherapist for many years in England before moving to Colorado USA in 1994. She returned to England in 2014, called by grandchildren and a desire to be “home” again. Since her return she takes care of many aspects of Richard’s work from afar. Annalisa is producer of the award winning documentary, From Fear to Faith. She is passionate about teaching people how to nourish themselves on every level especially with the food we eat: visit her website Joy of Yum to learn more. To learn more about Annalisa’s evolving work visit Enlightening Body and Mind.
I am the European coordinator for Richard Moss Seminars. I live in the South of England, by the sea. In 1995 I attended a Radical Aliveness Retreat with Richard and my life changed radically. I am a counsellor therapist with a deep interest in Ayurveda. I give training in “Amnanda” an ayurvedic method for regeneration and revitalization which was developed in the tibetan monasteries. www.amnanda.eu
Brigitte Quignon is the mother of two daughters and grandmother of three grandchildren.
She leads workshops in yoga and creative dance.
Various trends and disciplines have inspired and enriched her practice: yoga, relaxation, anti-gymnastics method Thérèse Bertherat, Eutonie by Greta Alexander, dancing. She has a state certificate in speech gymnastics, dance and related disciplines.
She offers practices based on opportunities and the desire of each person, using as foundation the development of body awareness and creativity.
She holds a Master in clinical psychopathology and psychoanalysis, she receives patients in individual or group sessions. She is trained in EMDR, cardiac coherence, dream analysis, relationship therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
In her work, whatever the approach she uses, that of the body or mind, dialogue is established between these two dimensions.
She has been practicing meditation and yoga for 25 years and leads groups of mindfulness meditation.