“All moving is from the mover. Every pull draws us to the Ocean. Let the beauty we love keep turning into action, transmuting into another another. Anything you grab hold of on the bank breaks with the river’s pressure. When you do things from your soul, the river itself moves through you.”
This work is linked to energetic practices like Chi Kung, Tai Chi and Yoga, connected with contemporary and conscious dance and also the sensitivity of fascial touch. Each class is generally developed in a circle and, in a continuous movement, we evolve into opening and expanding with the breath in a living pulsation. We learn to listen to the group and their needs and to be fully Present in freedom and fluidity.
Sensorial based explorations sometimes take place, in playful but always powerful exercises that help us to understand body wisdom and unlock our internal movement and connect it with the external world. A sense of unity and belonging naturally arises while we integrate mind and emotions.
It’s an experience of deep ecology in every cell of the body, transforming our movement in life into pure co-creation!
“Heaven & Earth are moving together
All beings come into union
The upper and the Lower link
this way they fulfill their duality”
This practice is intended for people wanting to learn exercises to support their vitality and innate capacity to heal and adapt to the challenges of life, regardless age or experience in dance. For beings wanting to know themselves and their instincts better, but specially wanting to learn to use their bodies as sensible partners for expression, in truth and authenticity. Physical pain and tensions of all kinds will probably go away…
She became involved in Movement research since 2003 at Centro Em Movimento (CEM), where she began the connection with Sensorial Movement and Contemporary Dance. She was particularly influenced by teachers such as Ko Morubushi (Butoh), Peter Michael Dietz (contact improvisation), Ludger Lamers (partnering), Sandra Battaglia (Amálgama Movement). She later Postgraduated in Perceptive Psychopedagogy of Movement and Action (Danis Bois Method of Fasciatherapy), and as been developing work with the community, namely with blind, disabled, elderly, children, pregnant women and babies as well as regular adult classes and individual sessions.
30 € month / 10 € individual class
Every Tuesday from 5.30 to 7.30 p.m.
“A place where a co-creative community of practice
refines their listening to the wisdom of the body”
*Quinta Ten chi*
Rua Moinho do Gato
(in front of the Budist Temple)
93 167 36 21 / 91 116 47 69 (watsapp)