From Stephanie Skura, long-time SRT teacher-trainer & core SRT faculty, currently instigator & director of Open Source Forms:

Following our surprisingly rewarding experiences offering Open Source Forms programs ONLINE VIA ZOOM in July & September, we’re excitedly following up with two-hour weekly online Advanced Practice OSF Sessions, Sundays October 18 – December 20, 2020, 10 AM – Noon Seattle time. [In your own time zone:]

Designed for those who’ve experienced the full spectrum (3 weeks) of Introductory OSF or SRT, & want to deepen their practice &/or pursue OSF Teacher Certification.

We’re discovering we can indeed feel in-community with each other despite inhabiting separate far-flung environments. That we experience rewarding levels of intimacy, adventure, trust & compassion. And that with a playful approach to screens, we’re able to find new forms while avoiding the dreaded ‘zoom fatigue.’

Advanced OSF material is deeply rooted in & fluidly expanded from advanced Skinner Releasing practice. It’s where OSF/SRT Introductory work is headed! New alignment insights, new depths, more & deeper deep-states, transporting imagery.  Joan Skinner left us with a wealth of material not included in her 12 Ongoing SRT classes many of us have experienced . Our advanced sessions are culled from decades of notes, explorations, & advanced material created & passed on by Joan & other veterans, & integrated with improvisation experiments — material developed & augmented by Stephanie & other experienced OSF & SRT teachers during the past 25 years. 

To ensure responsible facilitation, participant numbers are limited. Since we’re two sessions into this 10-class series. Advance registration  is still open for single sessions (rather than whole series), & must be completed by each Friday in order to process before Sunday.

Once again, we offer three payment options: full price, online price, & out-of-work price. Full price participants help subsidize those in our field who are out of work for the duration — THANK YOU!


A way of moving toward wholeness, sanity, & creative empowerment in our increasingly challenging political climate.

“Brought me back into a place of great buoyancy & creativity…Such a profoundly empowering, healing & creative body of work.”  Gillian McGinty, California

“It was very important for me to engage in this creative practice, awaken new pathways of my imaginative & physical self, & to be held with such care even in the virtual medium.”