“Mystification is simple; clarity is the hardest thing of all.”
― Julian Barnes
“The more of me I be, the clearer I can see.”
― Rachel Andrews
To find a goal, to find a purpose and to move towards it is a fundamental human need. Sometimes we need to give a clear shape to ourselves, so we can get a sense of who we are and where are we heading. And I know very well that we see a lot of examples nowadays where the pursue of a goal or purpose becomes rigid and harmful.
So I invite you on this workshop to find your inner clarity and starting from there give a shape to this inner clarity. As we practice finding our center and give expression to it, we become more and more flexible in this process. We achieve fluidity by constantly redefining ourselves.
When we start listening to the simple and clear expressions of our bodies we learn a lot about ourselves. And when we are aware of what’s happening within us, then we will be able to let our bodies talk more clearly towards others. We will be able to support our clarity instead of preventing it.
On this workshop we’ll focus on the physical movement using the map of Gabrielle Roth’s 5Rhythms as a guide. Our main teacher will be the rhythm of staccato, exploring it’s territory from a new angle.
This weekend is open to everybody regardless of their experience, their age or their physical capacity. Places are limited to 30.REGISTER TODAY!
To take your courage by the hand and look into the fears hidden under the bed, locked in our bones. To find your strength in being aware of your vulnerability. Pain that makes me angry, anger that hurts. How many dances does it take to let out a scream, to go through “crime and punishment”, to repair broken boundaries, to say a clear NO to whatever is wrong and violent, and to forgive ourselves, and others? To enter the inner chamber of your heart where sadness lives, to sit on its soft couch, to feel the edges of the lake of our tears touch other lakes of tears around us. We open the channels in our body and heart for the sadness to flow and cleansing us of fresh and old disappointments, while we practice the ability to surrender to life. To expand our capacity to tolerate the feeling of simplicity, lightness, beauty, and light in and around ourselves. To celebrate the moments of joy that uplift us, relax us, and open us. To explore our heart and soul as they grow through our generosity.
As we go through our emotions with more awareness, we can see how they connect us with others who are also going through them in the same or completely different time, place, way. If our heart wishes to serve other hearts, then it will start from the place that we know so well, from that bridge which has brought us to the other side, the feeling of compassion.REGISTER TODAY!