Doris Lässer Stillwater and Michael Stillwater
- Todi Week 2019
- Breath and altered states of consciousness
- Current Position
- Bodyoriented psychotherapist / musician and Songwriter
Doris Lässer Stillwater (Dipl.Psych. IAP), has worked in her own psychotherapeutic office in Zurich, trained in Gestalt and Bodyoriented Psychotherapy, providing single and group therapy with a focus on Transpersonal Psychology since 1980. She has spent many years with Tibetan Buddhist teachers, and extensive studies in mysticism and shamanism have substantially influenced her work. She has led many seminars and retreats in USA, Europe and Australia, also in collaboration with Michael Stillwater, including Seminars in Assisi, and for 12 years seminars in Healthcare co-led by with George Washington University. Co-Producer of Graceful Passages and Documentary movies: Shining Night and In Search of the Great Song, since 1989 she has been a workshop leader in Cortona weeks.
Michael Stillwater is a musician and songwriter and pioneer of contemporary chant. Michael developed the SongSourcing method for releasing barriers to creative expression. He is a documentary filmmaker with six Best Documentary awards, co-created with his wife, Doris Laesser Stillwater. He is co-creator of the audio resources Graceful Passages: A Companion for Living and Dying and Care for the Journey, used extensively in medical and hospice organizations in the USA. With a passion for landscape photography, he is also founder/artist of Inner Harmony and founder of Song Without Borders. He leads seminars and retreats in USA and Europe also with Doris, including Seminars in Assisi, and for 12 years Healthcare Seminars with George Washington University.