Moving Through Myth at VSAIA

a collaborative storytelling journey

Tuesday, December 20, 6-8pm

Join us before the Winter Solstice for an evening of the old stories told in the oral tradition woven with immersive embodiment exercises

hosted by Audrey di Mola + Henry Kramer
at Valley Spirit Acupuncture + Internal Arts, Beacon NY

TO RSVP: Please email / $15 via Paypal (, Venmo (@Audrey-Dimola), or in-person


Join Audrey di Mola and Henry Kramer, Beacon local co-conspirators in wonder and wildness, on the day before the Winter Solstice for an evening of storytelling, sharing, imagination, and embodiment.

Audrey will tell the old stories in the oral tradition, the tales which choose to be in the room with us that night. She views storytelling as a form of ‘wild body dreaming,’ and one of the oldest healing modalities we have. After we listen with our whole bodies we will ‘feed the story’ to be in right relationship with the nourishment we received. There are no ‘right’ answers and no pressure to ‘think’ or ‘know what it means.’ The playful, easeful space continues with Henry’s offering of immersive exercises that help us drop into our natural embodiment and expanses of imagination. This is about connecting to the vibrancy of image in the myths, being in our bodies, and engaging with the energies of the stories. Show up as you are and kindle a fire of inspiration before our seasonal traversal into the dark.



Audrey di Mola is a Queens, NYC-born storyteller, writer/artist, creative facilitator and sacred space-holder dancing the mythic ‘both/and’ space of depth and play, warming light and fertile dark. She grew up making sojourns to the Catskills with her family, and is currently nesting in a magickal attic in Beacon as of a few weeks ago (!). The regenerative, healing forces of Earth and Story saved her life, and in dedication to this gift– her mythopoetic heart-work, dubbed ‘Folkloric Futurism,’ offers wondrous embodied experiences with the old stories in the oral tradition as well as journeys into the urban mythic and our own personal legends. For nearly 15 years, Audrey has been lovingly gathering souls to safely and artistically explore their inner and outer landscapes, hosting and curating many multidisciplinary events such as ‘Nature of the Muse’ and ‘How We Create & How We Cope: Intersections of Art & Mental Health,’ as well as countless outdoor happenings at Socrates Sculpture Park, where she served as Director of Public Programs from 2016-2021. Find her online at or on Instagram @ audreydimola.

Henry Kramer is an instructor in Religious Studies at Hunter College as well as an enthusiastic writer, musician, animist, and woods wanderer. His work – both academic and creative – has always emphasized eco-spirituality, environmental philosophy, imagination, wonder, and play. Henry holds two master’s degrees in Environmental Philosophy and Ecocritical Literature, as well as a bachelor’s degree in the Psychological Dimensions of Religion. He has experience leading Philosophy Walks as a fellow with the non-profit Merlin CCC, is a graduate of David Abram’s Broken Bard School, and is the founder of Outward Mind, a vehicle for immersive experiences geared towards cultivating wonder and a deeper connection to the more-than-human. He is currently working on a book about the many ways to find enchantment and ‘otherworldliness’ right here in this world. You can get in touch with Henry by email at or on Instagram @ outward.mind.

flyer by April Dimola <3

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