Friday, September 27
Workshop Fee: $60
Faculty Rate: $35
This workshop continues the exploration into a range of movement qualities sourced deep in the bones. The mineral and fluid content of the bones respond to vibration and offer resonance. Embryological roots give us different through-lines in the limbs, and offer multiple spiraling pathways. The bones are always in relationship with the muscles, the organs, fluids, and other tissues. We'll explore these dynamics to open up those internal conversations. Each joint in the body involves at least two bones. We will explore the responsiveness of each bone in the partnership to create broader agency in our joints.
No previous experience is needed, other than a general movement background. The goal is to wake up our inner sense of bone and discover ways that bones can move us and be moved.
Rebecca Haseltine is a certified Infant Developmental Movement Educator, and is a certified teacher of Body-Mind Centering Æ, with 25 years of experience working with children and adults. She was a performing dancer for many years and has a practice in bodywork and movement therapy. She brings a warm, supportive presence to her classes.