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Leah R. Tolentino, PhD.

PhD Applied Cosmic Anthropology, Asian Social Institute, Manila

Contact Info

Institute of Formation and Religious Studies
Tel. No. 8724-7173 local 103.

Area of Interest

Integral Ecology
Dance Healing
Embodiment and Formation Process


Spirituality in the Arts Oriental Healing Arts Dance for Healing and Renewal Liturgical Dance/Dance as Living Scripture The Embodied Approach in Formation (can be done in partnership with GINHAWA, INC.)


PhD Applied Cosmic Anthropology, Asian Social Institute;
Masters Degree in Creation Spirituality, Naropa University; Graduate Certificate Program focus on Spirituality and the Arts - Pacific School of Religion;
Graduate Specialty Certificate in Sacred Dance focus on Healing, Renewal and Transformation, Center for Arts, Religion and Education, affiliate center of the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, USA; Graduate credits in Pastoral Psychology, CEFAM, Ateneo de Manila University

Research and Publication

Hininga Ay Buhay: Mga Awiting Nakakapagbigay-Buhay Para Sa Katauhan At Kalikasan. A compilation of life-affirming songs for the Human and the Earth community, composed of 12 tracks in CD. CD Concept by Leah Tolentino.Produced by Yeyette San Luis for GINHAWA, 2011.

Biyaya ng Buhay: A community ritual as intervention for ”Ondoy”/typhoon disaster victims. Miriam College, Quezon City, December 7, 2009; Baranggay Bagong Silangan, Quezon City Dec 12, 2009; Siena College Taytay Rizal, January 25, 2010. Based on Action Research Sama-samang Paghihilom Ng Katauhan,Paghihilom Ng Kalikasan.

“An Approach to Filipino Spirituality through Dance”. Living Flame: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Discourse in Spirituality. Volume 2, No. 2, 2015. Quezon City: Institute of Spirituality in Asia, Inc. 2015.

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