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Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind and Body

GirlPower! Be Who You Are™ - An Empowerment Workshop for Mothers & Daughters ages 8-12

In its 11th year, GirlPower! has been guiding girls to find their unique voices through movement, discussion, journaling, art and nature. This year, mothers and daughters are invited to learn about each other through activities designed to build confidence, self-advocacy and self-care. Girls and moms will find new ways to connect to each other and find community with other mothers and their daughters. The GirlPower! experience provides a safe, nurturing and supportive environment to explore, relax and renew.

Instructor Susanne Liebich is an experienced facilitator and movement instructor who has conducted GirlPower! programs for 11 years. She is a Certified Nia® Black Belt, a Certified Stott Pilates® and Total Barre™ instructor and has worked with girls of all ages and abilities to help them achieve self confidence, health and wellness.

Read about the GirlPower! program in Dance Studio Life magazine: http://www.dancestudiolife.com/february-2017-girlpower/

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November 4
Sun 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
7 spots left

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Susanne Liebich

Susanne Liebich has been a dance and movement instructor, a choreographer and program director for over 20 years. She takes a balanced, holistic approach to exercise blending traditional, expressive and therapeutic movement to create overall health and well being. She is a Certified Stott Pilates® Instructor, a Certified Black Belt Nia® Instructor, a licensed Dance for PD® Instructor, and continues to explore interests in various forms of dance, music and movement. She has also taught classes to at-risk teenage girls who reside at the Metro Youth Services Facility in Dorchester, served as Development Chair for BalletRox, and volunteered extensively for Concord Public Schools. Most recently, her classes include instruction in both dance and injury prevention to disabled children, older adults and other special population groups with limited mobility.