Introduction to Movement Medicine

Carolyn Wood

17-05-2021 every week on Monday to 21-06-2021
19:00 to 20:00

glasgow, Scotland

Contact details:
Email: carolyn@purepotentialscotland.co.uk
Mobile: 07904758180
Website: purepotentialscotland.co.uk

Movement Medicine is a creative, self-expressive, meditative dance practice which connects your body, heart, mind, and spirit.

 

The spaces I offer are safe and welcoming, it is an opportunity to bring total presence to yourself but most importantly, this is a space to bring yourself, exactly as you are, and to release stress and have fun!

 

In our westernised society, many of us have not been encouraged to listen our bodies and our hearts, we have instead been taught to value our mind’s intelligence over our body’s intelligence.

 

Movement Medicine helps us to reconnect and start to listen to our body and heart again we do this through engaging the body in movement, to bring our awareness back inside our bodies and trust the movement that comes, through this process of embodiment we can engage all our power through the integrated intelligence of the body, heart, and mind.

 

There is freedom within my classes to dance and move how you want to move, whatever you’re feeling – all of you is welcome.

 

Come and dance because you think you can’t dance; because you love dancing; because you have never danced sober; whatever your story – just come and move your body!

 

“Nobody cares if you can’t dance well. Just get up and dance. Great dancers are great because of their passion.”
~ Martha Graham

 

6-week block starts week beginning 17 May 2021

£40 / £32 concession or £72 / £60 concession for both classes

 

Wake Your Body Up!

Wednesdays 7 – 8am

A wonderful way to wake up in the morning and start your day with your feet dancing on the earth, your heart open to life and your hands reaching for the sky!

 

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