CELL – Creative Embodied Learning Lab intro session

Moving Forth is hosting an introductory day of workshops for a new programme of workshops called CELL – Creative Embodied Learning Labs.  I will be a guest teacher along with Debbie Watson, joining Susan Scarth and Doe Warnes as they launch CELL on November 26th. This first introductory workshop day will be on the Health of the Spine.

“Our primary focus in this workshop is to develop a greater awareness of
the links and the influences between body and mind.
We will be applying creative learning approaches to bring together
experiential anatomy with movement, as a way to develop an embodied
practice.

This workshop is a taster for an exciting new 4 part course that begins in
Spring 2017. CELL (Creative Embodied Learning Laboratories) with Moving
Forth, is offering a series of 6 experiential weekend workshops where we
will engage in a fuller exploration of systems of the body.”

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Link to flyer: cell-2pageflyera5-screenres-int

I will be facilitating the following workshop:

Connecting to the world through spinal rotationJulie Chilvers

The spine’s ability to rotate is central to the mobility of the body and gives us crucial access to the world around us. You will explore the spine’s ability to rotate and how the different parts work in relationship to each other and the body as a whole. Through guided explorations you will explore the body’s capacity for rotation as a way to connect with your environment. This will highlight the importance of spinal mobility for general well-being.

For more information and booking, please visit: http://movingforth.org/movementeducation/cell/

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