Dancing the Story
Creativity, expressivity, movement, and dance all come together in this fun and interactive workshop where you will be guided through the process of transforming a personal memory into a dance.
The intention of Dancing The Story is to give participants an opportunity to immerse themselves in the creative process, to learn some basic design and movement skills, and most importantly to have fun expressing themselves through dance.
During the workshop participants will begin by recreating a specific memory of a person, place, or event in simple images, and then will transform the images into an original short dance piece.
The movement portion of the workshop will consist of a simple group warm up, creative/expressive movement exercises, and finish with each participant choreographing their own dance.
No previous dance or art experience is needed, all are welcome.
Date: Saturday February 22, 2020 1:00-3:30pm
Location: Lokamotion Complementary Health Studio
151 Main St. Fredericton NB
Materials: You will need a sketchbook and some coloured pencils or markers
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
During the workshop participants will be asked to recall a specific memory of a person place or event that has held significant meaning for them. They do not have to share this memory with the others in the group if they do not wish to. This memory will serve as the inspiration for the story board and dance piece.
Lindsey Laidlaw holds a BA in Dance, is a Teacher Trainer for Pilates PhysicalMind Institute Canada, a Reiki Master, and is also certified in Zone Therapy, a healing modality based on the original work of Dr. Thurman Fleet (1895-1983).
A movement specialist with over 30 years of experience, Lindsey has worked with individuals of all ages and abilities through the disciplines of dance, Pilates, and energy healing. She has numerous solo and group choreographic works to her credit, is a recipient of Arts NB Creation and Travel Grants (Dance), and has attended teacher training seminars at the highly acclaimed National Ballet of Canada.
Love My Low Back Workshop
This informative and practical workshop will help you identify and address the physical habits, and also thoughts and beliefs that have prevented you from moving well. Anyone who has experienced pain, discomfort, or restricted movement in any area of their body will benefit from this fun and interactive workshop. After the workshop, attendees will receive a video of the exercises so they can continue this work at home if they wish.
Topics covered include:
- Understanding basic core anatomy
- Efficient methods for creating a strong and functional core
- Improving body awareness
- How to create and maintain dynamic support throughout your entire body.
- How common thoughts and beliefs can affect and even impede our ability to move with efficiency, ease, and power. You will learn to identify if this is happening to you and if so, how to correct it.
The aim of this workshop is to help participants experience how breathing well, moving well, and thinking well can help eradicate pain, and lead to greater ease of movement in all activities.
Workshop Date and Location TBA