Mon 20/09 + Wed 22/09 + Fri 24/09, 09.30–11.30
I realised many years ago that the anatomical images we hold of ourselves function like ideokinesis in contributing to the shaping both our movement and perception.
Biotensegrity is a new model of anatomy that is emerging right now from within the medical community.
In these classes, I will share practices that I have developed to embody images of biotensegral anatomy that offer new experiences of ourselves as dancers.
Fundamental to Biotensegrity is the concept of multi-scalar interconnectedness – we don’t move parts but are forever shapeshifting.
Proto-technique classes are focused on the process of how we experience ourselves moving. The aim is to develop self-awareness as a tool for creating and refining our own dance practices.
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