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Lian Wilson is a Research Assistant at the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health. She has a special interest in dance and movement, currently working on a number of dance & health related projects for the Centre. She had a key role in assisting Professors Stephen Clift and Paul Camic in their role as editors of the forthcoming Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health and Wellbeing.
Lian is also the Creative Director of Tamalpa UK, offering training programmes and public workshops in the Tamalpa Life Art Process® an internationally-recognized expressive arts approach, which combines movement, visual art, and creative writing to access the innate wisdom of the body. She is a Tamalpa Practitioner, Dancer and certified Movement Therapist RSMT and Movement Educator RSME with ISMETA (International Somatic Movement Education Therapy Association).
Her particular interest is in exploring the diverse benefits of movement & dance for physical, emotional and mental benefits to health and wellbeing across the lifespan.
She has presented at the following conferences:
The Royal Society for Public Health's Art and Wellbeing Conference, London, UK
The International Culture, Health and Wellbeing Conference, Bristol, UK
Somatic Movement Gathering, London, UK
RESEO conference SoulFood: Physical, mental and social effects of opera and dance, Helsinki, Finland
The Body Mind Centering Association European Conference, Ghent, Belgium
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