In times of celebration, transition or strife, our ancient ancestors would come together to dance. They understood the power of dance to lift spirits, facilitate change and unite the community. Now you can discover the gifts of moving creatively in community for yourself.
Stretch, breathe, contract, release, rock, roll, feel, express, sweat and heal—anything goes! This practice can be used as meditation, to enhance self-awareness and physical well-being, to support creativity and problem-solving or simply for play. We’ll start slow and deep and then move through a variety of rhythms and music genres. This class is adaptable to all individual needs and abilities.
2nd Sundays, 2-3:30pm
Oct. 10, Nov. 14, Dec.12, $20 each (resident)
About the Instructor:
Sara Earl has been a professional movement facilitator for two decades and has led sessions in school, hospital, gym and studio environments. She strives to offer all the physical, emotional and spiritual gifts of body- and self-awareness gleaned through movement and connect others to the joy of dance. Sara started dancing at the age of three and went on to train in a number of styles and perform professionally. She has been a certified teacher of The Nia Technique® since 2000. As a Dance/Movement Therapist in-training, she continues a deeper study into the healing potential of movement