Simplicity is the guiding light for this 5Rhythms class. We can over-complicate life with stories that limit ourselves and our potential, keeping us small and disconnected from the world.
This class is an invitation to show up and simply move with what's there no matter how you’re feeling. By exploring the 5Rhythms together in this way we will have the opportunity to move beyond our patterns into new depths of creativity and connection.
5Rhythms can be experienced by anyone regardless of their physical limitations. There are no specific moves to learn and dancers can participate at their own pace, within their own capacity to move.
Simply bring yourself, some comfortable clothes to move in and something to keep you hydrated. I hope to see you there!
Still Point Yoga, 41–43 Acre Lane, Brixton, SW2 5TN. (Above the House of Hygge cafe and next to the big Tescos)
Nearest tube: Brixton (5-10 mins walk); Clapham Common (15 min walk or 5 mins on the bus)
Buses: 35, 37, 137; P5 & 355
7.15pm-9.15pm every Monday evening (Doors open at 7pm and close at 7.30pm or whenever we reach capacity, whichever is earlier. Please arrive on time to ensure entry.)
£16 full price / £13 minimum wage / £10 concession. Cash payments only. (There is a free place available to anyone who would like to make the altar.)
My contact details for any questions: email@example.com tel: 07939 128282
The meet up group can be accessed from: https://www.meetup.com/Simply-Being-5Rhythms-movement-meditation/
About the venue: Still Point Yoga is a beautiful venue recently developed in conjunction with the Chartwell Trust charity. The venue will likely be available for a limited time only, to around autumn 2018. You can find out more about Still Point Yoga here: https://www.stillpointyogalondon.com/stillpoint-yoga-brixton/
5Rhythms is a dynamic movement practice—a practice of being in your body—that ignites creativity, connection, and community.
Created by Gabrielle Roth and practiced by tens of thousands worldwide, 5Rhythms® is a philosophy, perspective, performance art and a dynamic movement practice rooted in the principle that if you put the psyche in motion it will heal itself. Movement is both the medicine and the metaphor, reaching across all languages, cultures and age groups to transform suffering into art, art into awareness and awareness into action. Wherever the 5 Rhythms are practiced, a community is born to dance, to sweat, the change, to support, and to provide a safe space for each of us to shatter the ego's hold and awaken the juicy, unpredictable, fascinating, edge walking, rock-star part of ourselves that yearns to be free.
Creativity. Connection. Community.