Be Space Integrative Arts offers classes and events to awaken your creative nature. We want you to feel more connected to your self-expression and to the world around you.

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Inspiring things happen here

Here you will find an invitation to listen to the voice of the body, to create your own music, to enter your own authentic expression. Offerings range from movie nights to secret dance parties, Artist’s Way and meditation.

See what you can create

There are endless entry points to the creative imagination, and choosing any one of them will help you think more creatively, have a more grounded and genuine presence, and become more playful in your daily life.

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Returning to the Body

Sit with what you already have, and dream with it in a new way. 
~Sean McNiff

Intro to Authentic Movement
6 weeks, starting March 21st
Tuesdays from 4:00 - 6:00 pm


Creative Pathways for Women

6 weeks, starting May 5
Fridays, 9:00 - 11:00 am

You will always be safer following what you love, than denying it. 
~ Tama Kieves


Authentic Movement

Practice Group

Fridays, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

space is limited, advance signup only.



Offerings give a full range of entry points to your creative nature. View schedule & registration details here.


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Amazing humans share their gifts and curiosities. Meet some of our facilitators and guides.


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“Cultivating the capacity to be with our experience while being authentic and generous in our expression is my greatest joy.”


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Authentic Movement is a simple and self-directed movement practice. Sessions can be in a group or one-on-one.


Move with me ❤

The Hostess I Couldn’t Find

from Beth Lorio for A Teaspoon of Water: Sometimes the Salon slips past us, only to be found in the living lives of those who were there. 
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What’s this beautiful thing?

This is space, within and without.
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The Dharma of Patti Smith

“We give up aggression, both toward ourselves, that we have to make a special effort to impress people, and toward others, that we can put something over on them.” -Chogyam Trungpa "Why do we perform? It is above all for the entertainment and transformation of the people. It is all for them." -Patti Smith
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Madame De Stael vs Napoleon

  Germaine de Stael - French salon, 1790s to 1817   from Beth Lorio for A Teaspoon of Water: Contemplative Arts Salon Germaine De Staël had already seen the promise of the Revolution twist into The Terror before Napoleon came marching into Paris. She was...
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