Cai Tomos is a movement and dance artist. He works in participatory arts within various contexts offering workshops and one to one work for those in hospitals, mental health settings, those with addiction, older people, as well as actors and dancers in the UK and Europe. He is an artist with Entelechy arts, and is an artist in residence at the Chelsea and Westminster hospital working in oncology and palliative care. His work is deeply rooted in exploring the importance of the imagination within creativity and its connection to the body and health. Improvisational dance practices are the foundation of his creative process. He works in Galeri arts centre in North Wales where he facilitates movement for wellbeing sessions for elders, and a performance company for the over 60s. He is a registered Arts Psychotherapist and completed his studies in 2013 at the Institute for Arts and Therapy in Education and has been awarded an MA qualification in integrative Arts Psychotherapy. He is currently in the process of completing training in Somatic experiencing, a body based treatment for a trauma.

www.caitomos.com

www.sensingself.org

www.somethingsfromsomewhere.com

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