Your place for local Washington resources and links to all things Expressive Arts Therapy. This list is updated regularly.
Local Mental Health and Advocacy Services
Dove House Advocacy Services–Crisis intervention for people who have experienced any crime, including sexual assault, domestic violence, assault, etc. Confidential and free.
Jefferson Mental Health Services–Non-profit providing a wide variety of mental health and behavioral health services to all ages in Jefferson County.
Gray Wolf Ranch–A privately operated rehabilitation center in rural Port Townsend area serving males who have experienced drug/alcohol addictions.
Jumping Mouse–Non-profit serving young children who need mental health care. Services are free.
Health and Wellness Listings, including alternative health practitioners.
Dance in Port Townsend
Madrona Mind Body is a stunning and lovingly created space for dance/movement here in PT. Located on Fort Worden, the surroundings are lush and beautiful, and that aesthetic continues inside the building. Madrona provides many options for movement, with a main focus on the practices of Nia and Soul Motion. Visit their website for more info and for class schedules.
Prosper Bodyworks is right on the water and the energy really flows in this space! The only place in PT that offers Hot Yoga, Prosper Bodyworks also has a variety of dance classes to choose from.
O’Meara Dance, AKA “The Dance Studio” is chock full of dance classes ranging from fitness classes to jazz dance.
Ling Hui is a classically trained dancer who offers classes in downtown Port Townsend. She teaches the very young as well as adults.
Port Townsend has a lively and close-knit community of square dancers and contra dancers. Learn more at the Port Townsend Community Dances blog.
The Olympic Peninsula Dance blog is a fantastic resource for all things dance in the area.
There are many community dance events in Port Townsend. Always check out the PT Guide and the Port Townsend Leader (our local newspaper) Events page for current listings. Also, the Peninsula Daily News posts lots of events in their calendar section.