From 1986 to 2005, Marjorie Malone taught movement arts at the Esalen Institute in California. In Santa Barbara, California, she also served as mental health director for American Indian Health and Services. Malone served as a therapist for the Indian Health Council in Pauma Valley, California and mental health director for American Indian Health Services in Santa Barbara. Many Taos organizations benefited from Malone’s work as a therapist. Among them: Tri-County ACT ( a severe mental illness program in the clients’ homes), Dream Tree Project, where she served as clinical director, Team Builders, Agave Health, Valle Del Sol, and The Centre for Performance Art and Cultural Medicine from 1989 to present.
Malone remains focused on helping others. She stresses the importance of the family’s role in helping her clients. Malone averages 30 patient office visits per week, with hope to expand in the future. She accepts Medicaid, insurance, private pay, and on occasion, payment on a sliding scale. If the patient load is at capacity, she makes referrals.
Interested persons may contact Malone at The Centre at P.O. Box 2070; Taos, New Mexico 87571 or (575) 779-6936.
Mondays: 6:30 – 8:00 PM
March 11 – April 29
MOVEMENT/MEDICINE is open to all levels of experience. The practice includes:
MB Muscle bone/mind body practice which is rhythmic and dynamic. (20 minutes).
MANIPULATIONS: A series of specific stretching and relaxation exercises concerned with breathing and alignment. We practice in pairs, exchanging passive and active roles. (40 minutes).
SENSITIVITY TRAINING: Explorations designed to sharpen focus and develop skillful engagement. (30 minutes)
Participants are asked to make an 8-week commitment to the practice.
Cost: First 8-week session, $150
Some scholarships available through THE CENTRE (a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization).
To Register Please Call/Text to 📞 (575) 779-6936