Process Work with Dina Ostrovsky

Curator of PANGEA Workshop Series

Transcend your fears: mask making workshop

Shamanic power journey and mandala drawing


About Dina Ostrovsky

Dina Ostrovsky weaves modern psychology, creative expression, and ancient spiritual Earth practices into her transformational programs.  She is a Shamanic Healer initiated in the Eastern European Tuva Lineage and is currently a candidate for a Master’s Degree in Process Oriented Psychology. For the last 15 years she has also been practicing under masters of Tibetan Buddhism and Qigong. Upon returning to the States after working in Costa Rica as the Director of a holistic addiction rehab center, she is currently practicing in the East Coast as a transformational coach, therapist, and family constellation facilitator. She is also the founder and director of Ursa Travel Club, and leads spiritual travel adventures around the world.

“The Art and Science of Transformation has become my career and my passion. I am honored to assist others on this path with my knowledge, vision, and experience.” More info at



Process-Oriented Psychology or Process Work as developed by Dr. Arnold Mindell ( is an awareness practice centered in the belief that the solution to a problem is contained within the disturbance itself. It is an innovative approach to individual and collective change that brings psychology, spirituality, and creative expression together in a single paradigm. It provides practical tools and interventions to reveal deeper meaning and patterns in challenging experiences.