Continuum and The Creativity of Health Interview by Watermark Arts: with Val Leoffler
Continuum teacher and bodyworker Val Leoffler discusses a creative approach to healing in her work with clients, as well as her own recovery from a brain tumor. Val sees Continuum as an essential tool in building a nourishing relationship with ourselves. She talks about the uncertainty and overwhelm she experienced after having surgery. Continuum became a way of holding the different pieces of herself creatively and patiently. Val learned to seek out the "greenbelt" of her own interior, the places that yearned for regeneration. It isn't about fixing, she says, it's all about listening with love. At the end of the interview she shares an image of hope and compassion.