Gisela Stromeyer - "Just Like That: Poems Paintings, and Practices."

Event date: 
Friday, November 8, 2019 - 6:30pm
Event address: 
Oblong Rhinebeck
6422 Montgomery Street
Rhinebeck, NY 12572


Join Gisela Stromeyer and friends for an evening of poetry, music and readings.

Gisela StromeyerJust Like That, Gisela Stromeyer

This evening will include accompaniment, performance and readings by:

Dror Ashuah, poem presenter: Author of 4 books, Converstations with Angels, So be it, it’s time and his latest book, are you ready?

John McDowell, music, drums: Musician and film composer John McDowell achieved worldwide recognition with his soundtrack to the Academy Award winning documentary Born Into Brothels. Winner of Best Musical Score at the Bend Film Festival.

Joseph Jastrab, poem presenter and guitar: Musician, spiritual counselor, author of , Sacred Manhood, Sacred Earth. Editor of the Elder Action Networks Turning Point journal.

Ned Leavitt poem presenter and harmonium player: Literary agent and musician.

Lynn Margelith, poem presenter: Artist, Musician and Pathwork Helper.

Alex Spadea, poem presenter: Eurythmy teacher, dancer and artist.

Elaine Colandrea, poem presenter: Movement artist, somatic educator, continuum teacher and bodyworker.

Phyllis Luberg , poem presenter: Spiritual guide and Pathwork helper.

Gisela Stromeyer is an internationally well-known artist. She has been trained as a dancer, architect, healer, and teacher. She completed and taught at Barbara Brennan School of Healing, completed the School of Enlightenment and Healing and the School of Intentional Living and studied Continuum Movement with Emily Conrad since 1995. She loves moving expression of her inner world and making the unseen world visible. She is a Kundalini Yoga teacher and studied the power of sound with Don Campbell and many other sound healing methods. For the last 25 years she has explored different modalities of healing that include shiatsu, channeling, trance states, shamanism in the form of vision quests, the Bon Religion of Tibet, Singalese Shamans in Sri Lanka, the Shipibo Indians in Peru and the Path of Pollen, a Mystery School based in England. She is making her own herbal remedies and likes to communicate with the elements, animals and plants-and, yes, with humans too-to create a sacred and blessed world. Bees and horses keep her company. Being creative in any way that life brings to her makes her happy. She is a mystic and an explorer, and her expeditions start inside her own inner world. Only later in life did she become a poet. Gisela is the director of Heartpulse Partnership, a non-profit organization bringing more heart into the world.

In Gisela’a poems, paintings, and practices, we encounter a true renaissance woman at work.  Her poems are lively invitations, warmly welcoming us to ponder the questions that matter in life."—Gail Straub, author, activist, and co-founder of Empowerment Institute 

Oblong Books & Music in Rhinebeck is a fully wheelchair accessible space with on-site van accessible parking. Microphones and speakers will not be used at this event but can be made available with advance notice. If you have specific questions about the space or how an event can be made more accessible to you, please do not hesitate to contact us:

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