Open Floor International is a dance/meditation practice where there are no steps to learn and no right way or wrong way. The invitation is to come as you are and join others doing the same, dancing freely, following your feet and your body; discovering the power of embodiment.
Using core movement principles, such as breath, grounding and centring, along with clear guidance from the facilitators, our aim is to become more embodied through movement, mindfulness, wild dances and tender ones, connections between dancers and solo time.
No experience is necessary.
Letting the body lead the way instead of the head is gloriously liberating but takes practice. It then becomes a practice.
Temporarily postponed due to building works.
Back in Term 2, 2018
Friday mornings, 10am-11.45am, term time only
St Mark’s Community Hall
100 Hodgkinson St, Clifton Hill
Facilitated by Charlotte Young and Kelsaya Antony
I am a teacher in training of Open Floor. To enroll in the training, a minimum of 300 hours of instructed study in embodied movement practice is necessary, as well as 30 hours of mindfulness practice. Prior to this training I taught Chakradance, creative dance to children and Luna Dance to women.