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https://tubadev.net/intl.php?tren-acetate-dosage tren acetate dosage Kath is professionally an Actor, Director, Facilitator, Writer and a Workshop Leader.
men testosterone “She brings passion, energy and commitment to everything she does”
She has a wide range of experience working in corporate contexts and is currently expanding this area of her work with the development of her Authentic Leadership Programme. She designs bespoke workshops, working closely in conjunction with companies’ representatives to provide lively, appropriate and effective training.
She is also an Associate Artist at Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds and leads The Art of Being Heard professional development programme.
She founded the Authentic Artist Collective and regularly offers Authentic Artist workshops in England and Scotland.
Kath developed The Authentic Artist programme under the mentorship of US artists Paul Oertel and Nancy Spanier. Kath, Nancy and Paul collaborated on “Mother’s Bones” and Kath hosts Paul’s annual “Discipline of Freedom” workshop in the UK.
Kath’s own search as an artist has involved diving deeply into the personal, collective, mythic and unknown. She strives to be authentically present as a performer and workshop leader, to trust her intuition and be open to new discoveries, moment by moment.
In the Authentic Artist Workshops and when working with the Authentic Artist Collective, Kath aims to pass on techniques she has been privileged to experience with a range of extraordinary teachers across the globe.
“Kath has a precision of perception that allows her to see the essence of individuals’ gifts. Her inordinate open-heartedness and empathy for human complexity and feeling makes her particularly available to students and audiences as a facilitator and performing artist.” Paul Oertel
Current project: ‘Tender Age’, bringing young adults and older people together creatively to explore what divides and what connects these generations. Research and development supported by Arts Council England and Escalator. For move information click on the link below.
To find out more about Kath please visit her website – click on the link Kath’s Website