Stalking Wild Psoas PLAY /DANCE workshop collaboration with Laura Ward Kingston NY
May 17 @ 1:00 pm - May 19 @ 3:00 pm
Dance Your Psoas Home!
Re-wilding psoas nurtures self-efficacy. An open-ended exploration invites an opportunity to rediscover what the ancient wisdom of play has to offer us. Our curiosity burgeons as we grow confident in the language of play. Freely meandering allows an unfolding into abundant sources of unimagined exchanges. Whether exploring on our own or within a group, an act of riotous play can erupt spontaneously unstructured – with no winner or loser – deeply nourishing our confidence in simply being ourselves.
Liz Koch Stalking Wild Psoas: Embodying Your Core Intelligence
Working directly with the dynamics of our feeling/sensing self we will engage in guided explorations to access the kinespheric, three-dimensional gavitational support of our personal realm of movement and discover new territory with partners and in groups. As we shift back and forth through freedom and form-based explorations, play, and process-oriented discussion, we will evoke the intelligence of our living tissue in resonance with both earth and the community we are growing. A spirit of collaboration and participation is essential as we co-create a movement choir based in fluid resilience and inspiration….so to play-dance our psoas. All levels of movement experience and ability are welcome and appropriate in this workshop. No experience is necessary.
Joining me (Liz Koch) is Laura Victoria Ward, BA, CMA, RSME, an award-winning choreographer, Laban Movement Analyst, and teacher. In conjunction with dance and somatics, her special interests are the movement and health of fascia and group dynamics. She is the artistic director of Octavia Cup Dance Theatre a multi-generational Maximalist contemporary ballet company. Laura splits her time between Kingston, NY, and NYC much in the way her body shares time within classical and somatic movement forms.