|13th May 2023||10:00 email@example.com|
A somatic movement workshop exploring the reciprocity of perception with the living world.
13th – 14th May at Gula Villan Turingevägen 9, Järna. Sweden.
For movement lovers of all levels. A workshop exploring dance and creative process through the use of imagery and different states of consciousness to release blocked energy and habitual patterns of movement. These practices are then integrated in the forest, exploring the reciprocity of perception with the living world.
Skinner Releasing classes (1-3) will be held at Gula Villan on Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon and on Sunday morning (with generous lunch breaks), followed by an outdoor Sensing Sentience session in the forest near-by on Sunday afternoon.
Classes are in English with some Swedish translation if needed.
Saturday and Sunday from 10-16:00
concession prices available
This workshop series will continue through summer and autumn, offering a rare opportunity to experience the whole Skinner Releasing introductory pedagogy in Sweden.
1-2 Juli – #2 – SRT classes 4-6 + Sensing Sentience
19-20 August – #3 – SRT classes 7-9 + Sensing Sentience
16-17 September – #4 – SRT classes 10-12 + Sensing Sentience
14-15 October – #5 – SRT classes 13-15 + Sensing Sentience
Sensing Sentience is a practice in development by Julia Adzuki, expanding SRT into outdoor environments and weaving together ecological awareness, tactility and posthuman phenomenology. SRT works with nature-based kinaesthetic imagery; relating inner anatomical spaces and outer landscapes with the intention of easing tension and developing an effortless kind of moving in dance. Sensing Sentience is a decomposition of dance practice into an expanded performance with place, considering alignment as not only within the human body but in relationship within an ecology. Connecting people and places through non-verbal, embodied conversations with inner and outer landscapes. Posthuman phenomenology and the intelligence of plants are introduced through scores for intra-actions with the purpose of inviting resonant relations within local ecologies.