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Maggie Forgeron (she/her/hers)

Expressive Arts Therapist Not Just Any Body Part
Work 21 Louisa St. St. Catharines St. Catharines Ontario L2R 2J5 Canada Cell Phone: 647.222.9395 Website: Not Just Any Body Part


“Being disconnected from the body extends to our feelings, thoughts, emotions, six senses and much of what makes us who we are. It also stands to reason that this divide within ourselves cuts us off from the world at large and nature itself, a baffling and stressful way to be.” ~Maggie Forgeron Maggie graduated from the National Ballet School with a personal achievement award. She has danced professionally with The National Ballet of Canada, Ballet British Columbia and Kevin O’Day Ballett Nationaltheater Mannheim. A certified Kripalu Yoga instructor, and active member of the Toronto Axis Syllabus community, Maggie is an advocate of leading-edge movement research and peer exchange. She is a graduate of a body-based expressive arts approach at the Tamalpa Institute that explores the possibility for renewed health and expanding the parameters of knowledge of the discipline of dance. She is currently a Master’s Candidate in Expressive Arts Therapy at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, and received her certificate of completion for the professional training in “trauma-informed care” with Dr. Gabor Maté.


Looking for an Expressive Arts Therapist? When talking alone is not enough, I can offer you creative ways to encounter your life and what matters most to you. Looking for professional-level dance training? I guest teach and offer private coaching across the country. Looking to collaborate on a dance project? Me too! Looking to reap the extraordinary benefits Yoga and meditation have to offer? Contact me today! Please visit


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21 Louisa St. St. Catharines Ontario L2R 2J5 Canada

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