A Study of Relationship thru Dance|
Taught by: Andrea Juhan
March 23-26, 2017
Thurs 6pm - 9:30pm | Fri 2pm 6pm | Sat -11am-6pm | Sun-11am-5pm
Others inspire all sorts of feelings in us: positive ones, negative ones every possible texture, tone, and frequency. Sometimes we act out or amplify these feelings, sometimes we try not to notice them and sometimes, in an effort to stay with our own experience, we avoid others altogether.
What would our lives and our relationships - be like if, instead of investing and re-investing in our likes, dislikes, and pre-judgments, we remained openly curious about the feelings we inspire in one another?
In this workshop, we will use the physical and energetic language of the Open Floor Movement Practice to explore and express our natural responses toward one another. Instead of fixating on or ignoring these responses, we will practice including them, with awareness, in our dance. As we allow the many textures of relationship to move through our bodies, we can experience a new sense of fluidity and authenticity in our needs, preferences, and attachments. Using mindful movement practice, we will investigate and develop our innate curiosity, including it in our range of habitual responses so that we may move from prejudice and separation toward a sense of openness, connection, and peace in the company of others.
This workshop is an excellent (even necessary!) foundation for Andreas Libido workshops.
Earlybird: $310 if paid in full by February 24, 2017
Elective for Teacher Training? Yes
Focus: Group Process, Mind Matters
Experience Level: Prior experience of 12 hours in Open Floor or other Conscious Dance Practice required.
This workshop counts for 20.5 pre-requisite or elective hours towards Open Floor Teacher Training.
If you would like to pay by Check or Money Order, please send your payment along with your name, address, email and phone number to:
268 Ada Ave.
Mountain View, CA 94043
Mountain View Masonic Hall (View)
890 Church Street
Mountain View, CA 94035
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|