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Dancing the Wild Home: Exploring the Three Anatomies of Continuum Movement

Published on December 3rd, 2012 by in
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Date(s) - 02/01/2013 - 02/02/2013

Yoga on Parker/Ithaca Swimming Pool

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For over 45 years Continuum Movement has been exploring the profundity of the fluid system as one resonant stream of intelligence… paying tribute to our evolution as it dances within our bodies, planet and galaxy.

We live in a dynamic world that begs for adaptability, variability and fluid strength. The process of Continuum uses sounds and attention to dissolve physical, emotional and psychic restrictions on our tissue, our movement and our lives, so that we are open to enter a larger field of communication with all life.

In this workshop we will playfully explore the three anatomies of Continuum, as taught by Emilie Conrad: Social/Cultural, Primordial and Cosmic. Using the interplay of breath/soundstreams, movement and space, we will dance our dynamic, primal and divine selves whole, in water and on land.

This 3-day Continuum workshop is open to all levels. Beginners will experience a comprehensive introduction to this simultaneously revitalizing and relaxing movement process, and those with experience will deepen and “complexify” their physical and movement repertoires.

Amber is an authorized Continuum Movement Teacher and award winning dance movement therapist. Amber has worked for many years with people whom have survived violation, human rights abuses, and terror. Amber uses Continuum movement as a primary restorative practice in her work, and for resilience after injury, illness and chronic stress. Her teaching often combines Continuum with dance movement therapy, somatic psychology, current trauma and neuropsychological research, movement therapy, life impressions bodywork, ritual, and creative arts.

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