Bridget Blomfield has had a life-long interest in mysticism, leading her to pursue a PhD in Religious Studies where she focused on Islamic Studies. She has had a forty-year meditation practice and has studied and taught Buddhism and Sufism in the United States, India, Taiwan, Thailand, Morocco and Turkey. Her master’s thesis, “Dance as a Body-Centered Psycho/Spiritual Practice” was written while she attended Pacifica Graduate School. Bridget has studied and developed somatic movement practices for 30 years and has offered movement and meditation workshops globally. Her work stresses intimacy and relatedness with all things. Supposedly retired, Bridget currently teaches adjunct at DU and CU and offers teacher training at her daughter’s Montessori school. She continues to study Persian and African dance and loves to eat almost anything.