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Morning Class : Florence Peake

Florence Peake, photo Matthew Kaltenborn

Drawing on somatic dance practices including Skinner Releasing Technique, touch based movement explorations and Florence Peake’s visual art background, these classes guide participants through perceptions of the body. They encourage working with the imagination as a powerful resource for multiple realties/physicalities existing at once between flesh, between states, between species.  These classes incorporate writing, drawing, voice, and movement.

Wednesday’s class will be covered by Rachel Lopez de la Nieta. In Rachel’s class, from a baseline of tuning into sensation and accessing embodied awareness, we will explore perceptions of internal and external landscapes by investigating the shifting compositions of self and other. Through ritual play in formal constructions, drawn from variations of Authentic Movement/mover witness practices, we will experiment with ways of seeing and being, moving and sounding that allow us to read and be read by others within the field of phenomena. There will be opportunities to voice, mark make, and process emerging content.