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OPEN FLOOR DANCE CLASSES

COROMANDEL TOWN NZ

 

 

 

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OPEN FLOOR DANCE CLASSES

COROMANDEL TOWN NZ

 

 

 

DANCE on the OPEN FLOOR

with JACQUI CHAN &
LISA CORSTON


WINTER SOLSTICE ~ Women’s Workshop
Thursday 20 June @ Mana Retreat, 2pm - 6pm

SPRING EQUINOX ~ Women’s Workshop
Tuesday 24 September @ Mana Retreat, 10am - 2pm


MANA RETREAT

9.30–11.30am*
TUESDAY MORNINGS
Specific dates below

Mana Retreat Centre
Coromandel, NZ.  (see map)

Class price: $15 

May 14, 21, 28
June 4 July 14, 21, 28
August 13, 20, 27 September 24 (Spring Equinox)
October 15, 22, 29

COROMANDEL TOWN

7–8.30pm*
THURSDAY NIGHTS
(currently on hold)

Weekly classes

Anglican Church Hall
170 Tiki Road,
Coromandel Town. (see map)

Class price: $15

* Music starts 15mins earlier.
Arrive early to luxuriate in a longer warmup.

Every body is welcome.
Come just as you are.

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OPEN FLOOR


MOVEMENT PRACTICE

OPEN FLOOR


MOVEMENT PRACTICE

 

WHAT is OPEN FLOOR?

Open Floor is a lively dance and movement practice that energises the body and opens the mind.
There are no moves to learn. We simply show up and move with whatever is present: our creative minds, our tender hearts, our joys and excitements, our aches and pains. And in the process we discover our own unique dance.
Classes include guided inquiry as well as time to follow your own dance. The teachers select diverse music to inspire creative expression, wild abandon and quiet awareness. Sometimes we experience insights and healing, and sometimes we simply have a great dance.
The open dance floor becomes a playground for exploring the relational nature of being human: our ever-changing needs for solitude, connection and a sense of community. We learn life skills that serve us on and off the dance floor, helping us to develop a flexibility and resilience that enables us to respond creatively to life.

No experience is required.

the invitation is to come just as you are. 


What comes, will go.
What is found, will be lost again.
But what you are is beyond coming and going
and beyond description.
You are it.
— Rumi

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