Healing in Motion (Virtual)
Sundays, January 23, 30; February 6, 13, 11:30 AM-1:00 PM
A 4-part workshop to explore emotional awareness, belonging, and self-expression through individual and group movement. Join this workshop to get back in touch with yourself, discover a new sense of ease with others, and regain your aliveness by delighting in the power of your own movements.
- Session 1 - Kinesthesia: rediscovering the sensuous feeling of your expressive self through movement
- Session 2 - Kinesthetic Resonance: heighten your ability to feel your effect on others as well as your responses
- Session 3 - Developmental Movements: Functional and expressive properties of our 6 fundamental movements
- Session 4 - You & Me: Moving into compassion
- Jennifer Bury BFA, CMT, Certified Trainer/Supervisor in DSP™
In her first life, Jennifer was a dancer and choreographer performing with her own dance company in NYC and throughout Europe. Since then, she has been a movement therapist in private practice for 35+ years, teaching worldwide. Jennifer is a Certified Trainer and supervisor in Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy™ (https://somaticstudies.com/) and holds a BFA in dance from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Jennifer teaches at universities, institutes and medical facilities, including as a faculty member at the Center for Somatic Studies and the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. She has also studied pre-med, Gestalt therapy, neuroscience, Bartenieff Fundamentals, Bioenergetics, Feldenkrais, Alexander, Body Mind Centering, Authentic Movement, yoga, holds a black belt in aikido, numerous forms of dance, and is currently an exuberant member of ODC’s Rhythm and Motion community. Since 2015, she has also been working online—with individuals and groups—using techniques she developed for conveying the felt experience of contact while working online.
For more information: jenniferbury.com
- Felicitas Fischer
Felicitas is a contemporary dance artist working, teaching, and creating in the Bay Area. Her artistic approach incorporates diverse dance practices from around the world that reflect her own polyethnic-cultural experience through the means of storytelling + reclamation + resistance. She recognizes our bodies and kinesthetic presence as powerful ways to transmit unspoken truths, becoming self-evident through our authentic expression and movement. Felicitas graduated from the Performing Arts & Social Justice (Dance) department at the University of San Francisco, where she worked and performed with local choreographers throughout the Bay and created her first commissioned piece in honor of the department's 20th anniversary festival. In addition to her performative and choreographic works, Felicitas contributes to the online dance journal Stance on Dance and is the founder of Artists for Justice, an artistic collective dedicated to supporting diverse emerging artists and local social-justice initiatives.
Learn more —> ffischer.carrd.co