Online Workshop EMBRYOLOGY OF OUR LIMBS: FLUID SPIRALS IN OUR BONES with Amy Matthews
Max 30 participants // open for everybody, no previous knowledge necessary // in English
Where: Online via Zoom
When: Four times on Mondays in April/May 2021: 12.04. // 19.04. // 26.04. // 03.05. at 17-18:30 p.m.
Deadline for applications: 08.04.21
The bones and joints of our skeletal system develop in our limbs in an amazing movement dialogue between growth and differentiation. In this workshop we will learn how our limbs develop from small buds into the structures of our bones and joints, including an exploration of the spiralling pathways of movement through our bones as they arise from fluid tissue. The sessions will include teachings about embryology, movement inquiries to explore the material, and opportunities to share about your experiences and to discuss the ramifications of these ideas for current conceptions of the body, movement and health.
No previous experience with movement or Body-Mind Centering(r) is needed – just a willingness to explore and experience yourself in potentially new ways!
The workshop will be taught by Amy Matthews, BMC Teacher, IDME, CMA, RSMT/RSME. Amy has been teaching workshops and courses in the US and internationally since 1994. She is a Certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, an Infant Developmental Movement Educator, a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, and a movement therapist and yoga teacher. Amy is the Program Director of Sonder Movement Project, which offers the Somatic Movement Educator and Infant Developmental Movement Educator programs for the School of Body-Mind Centering, and is the co-founder and co-director, with Sarah Barnaby, of Babies Project in NYC – an in-person and online space dedicated to developmental movement for babies, toddlers, adults and elders. Also she taught with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in Berkeley CA, and was on the faculty of the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies for 10 years. She also co-authored with Leslie Kaminoff the book Yoga Anatomy.
More information about Amy on her website: www.embodiedasana.com
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Free for participants.
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