Psychodrama - Weekend Dead Sea

 June 28-30


Enjoy a weekend filled with dramatic moments, intriguing characters
and life stories while exploring the wonders of psychodrama in theater 

6:00-8:30 pm- Dinner
8:30 pm- SPArty!- Spa Party- enjoy a short taste of massages, a refreshing cocktail and sweets
9:00 pm- Musical performance
8:00-12:00 pm | Israeli Breakfast
2:00 pm | Hydro – Yoga- a unique experience allowing your body to exercise while resisting the floating
effects of a salt-water pool.
4:00 pm Welcoming the Shabbat with live music and chants.
5:00 pm-Playback Theatre| Theater workshop based on personal stories and improvisation where
we will use simple techniques to create a safe place for personal expression and humor.
Come prepared only with your memories and the ability to go with the flow – Hosted by Orly Dado Lavi* (in Hebrew)
6:00 pm8:00 pm - Dinner
9:00 pm-  Musical performance 

7:00 amWalking tour Bokek River- tour the riverbed, running water all year round.
Get to know the vegetation and archaeological remains along the route and the geography of the Judean Desert,the Dead Sea and Nahal Bokek -
accompanied by a qualified guide, changes according to the weather! Equip yourself with a hat, water and comfortable shoes that can get wet.

8:00-12:00 pm | Israeli Breakfast
10:30 am – Perceptions of the Future| Experience on-stage sharpens our desires, aspirations and wishes for ourselves and others. 
Gain valuable tools to encourage expression, spontaneity and creativity through psychodrama
techniques for living in the present and rolling with life’s punches- hosted by Orly Dado Lavi* (in Hebrew)
effects of a salt-water pool.
12:00 am | Hydro – Pilates- In water Pilaties experience, challenging your body to exercise while resisting the floating
effects of a salt-water pool.
2:00 am | Yogi-lates to enhance inner peace, tranquility and body awareness

*Orly Dado Lavi -actress and playwright graduate of the Nissan Nativ. Psychodrama therapist, MA in Educational Counseling, BA in psychology.

*The program is subject to change.