The 360 Apprentice Offerings

As The 360 Apprentices move forward in their training,
we will be inviting in teachers in training to offer The 360 Movement Labs.
We are so excited to introduce you.
Below you will find the offerings in their local communities,
followed by more information about who they are.

Sunday Soul


-Oct 1st–
guided by Danielle Pfaff,
hosted Tiffany Grimes


-Oct 8th–
guided by Samantha Lane,
hosted Maria Alejandra Peña


– Oct 15th–
guided by Danielle Pfaff,
hosted Hayley Linthwaite


-Oct 22nd-
guided by Samantha Lane,
hosted by Simone Di Castri


-October 29th-
guided by Allyssa Rivera,
hosted by Harwood Ferguson





10:00am – 11:00pm
on Zoom

The 360 Movement Lab
with Erin Rose Ward


Oct 4th,
Oct 18th,
Oct 25th

8:00pm – 9:30pm


Corazon Performing Arts
Topanga, CA

The 360 Movement Lab
with Erin Rose Ward


~ Sundays ~
Nov 5th,
Dec 3rd

11:00am – 12:30pm


Soho Dance LA

Meet The 360 Apprentices

Allyssa S. Rivera , Brooklyn, NY, (A-li-sha), pronouns she/her, holds an M.S. in Dance/Movement Therapy from Sarah Lawrence College and a B.A. in Socio-Cultural Anthropology from NYU. As an embodiment facilitator and dance alchemist with The 360 Emergence, she fuses therapeutic expertise with artistic and spiritual depth. Native to Puerto Rico, Allyssa’s journey through diverse clinical and community settings, including Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC, reflects her commitment to healing, as dance provided her from a very young age.  Currently based in Brooklyn, she practices privately and at the Creative Art Therapy Place. Allyssa’s holistic approach, shaped by cultural awareness, offers transformative experiences, showcasing the capacity for dance and movement to bridge cultures and catalyze growth.

Erin Rose Ward, Los Angeles, CA, is an embodiment guide passionate about the ceremony of every day life. She is a teacher who has been on a path of service for over a decade. She teaches and practices yoga, The Class, The 360 Emergence, breathwork, and Yoga Nidra. She is a student of the heart, as well as eastern and western psychology. She offers multiple retreats in the US and abroad each year as well as 1:1 well-being coaching sessions. She carries a deep reverence for the power of the heart which informs the way she moves through her life.

Hayley Linthwaite, South Brisbane, Australia, Drawing on more than 30 years of experience, I specialize in theories, forms, and conventions of behavioral and systemic change, strategic conflict analysis, applied performance, and experiential learning. My life’s work focuses on ‘the unlock’ – the crossing of thresholds operating amongst the nexus of art, creativity, and leadership. With a Ph.D. in Applied Performance, a Master of Creative Industries, a Graduate Bachelor of Education, and a Bachelor of Arts, Drama, my expertise has been honed through extensive work in Australia, Europe, the United Kingdom, South America, and Asia as an experienced facilitator, transformational learning designer, social entrepreneur, and arts educator. In addition to integrating various spheres of knowledge, my approach to The 360 Emergence embodiment practice focuses on supporting leadership transformation by gaining a deeper understanding of your physical, emotional, rational, and symbolic selves.

Maria Alejandra Peña, Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia, is a professional industrial engineer and a teacher of The 360 Emergence movement practice. In 2013, she found in conscious dance, her language, her passion. Since then, she has dedicated her life to delving into the universe of movement practices, experiencing the power of the body as a gateway to wisdom and as a means of expression, creation, integration and transmutation; as a bridge between the visible and the invisible.
Today she dances in two roles: a consultant for sustainable agriculture and as embodiment teacher accompanying others to live “in the body” as a path of self-discovery, healing and evolution.

Simone di Castri, Brooklyn, NY, Simo is a multi-dimensional teacher, facilitator, and consultant, with a diverse range of skills and experiences. He has spent 20 years working at the forefront of digital transformation, helping leaders in governments, philantropy organizations and the private sector to harness the power of technology to address socio-economic divides.
Simone also serves as a dedicated teacher of embodied movement practices, a facilitator of men’s work, and a guide and facilitator for those seeking to explore the transformative potential of plant and animal medicine and psychedelic-assisted therapy in a safe and supportive environment.
He draws on a variety of modalities, particularly The 360 Emergence and the Omega Point Programme, to help women and men connect with their bodies, emotions, and deeper selves. His work and life are rooted in a deep commitment to personal and collective transformation, social justice, and healing.

Dr. Tiffany Grimes, Los Angeles, CA,  has been driven by her curiosity surrounding the mind, body, and spirit connection, which led her to build an academic and professional background in Counseling Psychology, health, and intersectional multicultural inclusion and liberation. Her prior experiences have created a solid foundation for her work with individuals and communities that have historically been culturally erased, including Black, Indigenous, People of Color, LGBTQI+, and disability communities. Tiffany is dedicated to helping individuals, couples, families, communities, partnerships and businesses, discover their own internal compass to direct them towards living in the truest expression of themselves: Right here, right now.

Apprentices who have Initiated to Facilitators and are holding The 360 Offerings
can now be found on the In Person and Online Lab + Immersion pages.

Looking for more opportunities to move with The 360 Emergence in person?
View The 360 Calendar of Offerings to see what is upcoming.

For any questions please email