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If this is a recurring event that will be happening again this year, please let us know.
Dates:Wednesday, September 6, 2023 - Wednesday, November 15, 2023
Hours:6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Ages:Kids, Teens, Adults
Cost:$ see below

All movers welcome.

Movers will exchange ideas, words, and movement phrases, leading up to an improvisational/movement score, all while moving in community.

No class October 11th.

We will start each session with a luscious and restorative yoga-inspired warm-up, designed to awaken the body and mind, fostering a deeper connection with ourselves and the present moment.

Once we're in tune with our bodies, emotions, each other, and the space, we will delve into a writing and movement meditation.

Each class will revolve around a different theme: We will utilize various elements of the stage lighting, sound, senses, props, and site-specific settings to enhance our creative process.

By incorporating these elements, we'll delve into the world of storytelling through movement, sharing in community, and shaping powerful narratives and moments that speak.

During this collaborative class, we will engage in an exciting exchange of ideas, words, and movement phrases.

As the class progresses, we'll combine our shared ideas and movement phrases to develop an improvisational/movement score.

This score will serve as a loose structure for our explorations while leaving room for spontaneity and individual expression.

Together, we'll immerse ourselves in the joy of moving in community, feeding off each other's energy and ideas.

Class will end with an integrative meditation and sound bath, leaving room for restoration and embodiment.

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Pay-what-you-can ticket prices. Suggested $15.



101 Rogers St, Cambridge, MA 02142, Cambridge, MA, 02142 map

The building is 0.4 miles away from the Kendall MIT stop where you can catch the red line and 64, 68, 85, CT2, 64, 68, and 85 buses. Metered parking is available on Third, Fifth, and Rogers St.


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