Men and women of all ages and experiences are invited to participate in this workshop series that combines dance, writing and poetry, using creative Improvisations and choreographic structures. Be prepared for some deep listening to the rhythms of the body and playful, spontaneous explosions of movement, alone and in partners and the entire group. Bring your curious self! Open to a new way of inhabiting your precious body. This class holds the space for nurturance in safety and trust. Together we create an inclusive, participatory and collaborative environment where each dancer can contribute his/her unique creative energy to the group. We will craft a movement piece which will culminate in a sharing with our family, friends and community.
Friday, August 16: 6-8pm
Saturday, August 17: 2-4pm
Sunday, August 18: 2-4pm
Workshop Cost: $250 - partial scholarships are available
Nanette Robinson is a movement educator, dancer and choreographer with over 25 years experience in teaching and the performing arts. She received her BFA in dance from Temple University and is the Co-founder and Artistic Director of ZUZI! Dance in Tucson, AZ. She has found dance and movement to be a great source of healing and an ongoing journey in her own life. She is continually inspired to share her joy in movement with young and old alike. Nanette’s lifetime practice of Contemporary, Somatic, Community and diverse dance studies infuses her teaching skill with passion, wisdom and joy. Her artistic goal is to cultivate freedom and meaning in movement, demonstrating how movement can find its way into our daily lives.
Nanette Contact: 520.903.1962; firstname.lastname@example.org.