Monday, 6 August 2012

Centre and Balance - stability in movement

two one-day workshops for easier movement and somatic awareness

with Fiona Wright

Part I  Sunday 9th September 2012
Part II  Sunday 30th September 2012

11.00am - 4.00pm

at the Wylam Institute, Wylam, Tyne & Wear

Welcome to book for either one or both days

Workshop fee for each day: £35 standard / £25 low income
Early booking discount for each day by 3rd September: £30 standard / £20 low income

For booking and enquiries please contact:
Mobile: 07751 816390

The days aim to be as accessible and inclusive as possible - an opportunity to take some time and space to explore. No particular training is necessary, just an interest in discovering through your own movement experience - whether your focus is to inform your work or to find more ease and spontaneity in everyday actions.

Drawing on ideas found in Awareness Through Movement we will bring attention to how we are in our body at this time, and how we can enjoy more freedom in our moving. We will work quite slowly in guided lessons with the emphasis on independent process, always finding our own pace.

Organised in association with d.i.n.e. (dance improvisation north east) a collective of independent dance artists.

The Wylam Institute, Church Road, Wylam, Tyne & Wear, NE41
(The village is West along the River Tyne, two train stops from Newcastle)
Bring a mat and/or blanket for floor work.

Fiona Wright (b.1966 London) is currently based in Newcastle upon Tyne and her workshop approach is influenced by many somatic practices, especially Awareness Through Movement (the Feldenkrais Method) and experiential anatomy. She regularly leads workshops for artists and has long experience teaching in higher education. She has been making performances for over twenty years, including a duet collaboration with Caroline Bowditch as girl jonah, projects with video artist Becky Edmunds and last year performing in Entitled, a theatre piece by Quarantine.

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