The concept of temenos arose in classical Mediteranean cultures as an area reserved for worship of the gods. Some authors have used the term to apply to a sacred grove of trees, isolated from everyday living spaces, while other usage points to areas within ancient urban development that are parts of sanctuaries.
Drawing on the foundations of the Tamalpa Life-Art Process, mindfulness practices and dance, this class will inspire and support:
- movement expression,
- stress reduction,
- interdisciplinary creativity,
- EcoSomatic Integration
- Self Identity
- building intimacy, and
- the release of blocks from past trauma that are present in the body.
- Already have a movement practice? Come for life-long facilitation tools or to generate meaningful movement for your next piece!
In an inclusive and playful environment, we will access movement, drawing, writing, vocal expansion and the language of contact. Participants learn technically sound movement vocabularies based in human development and evolution, as well as gain improvisation, performance and witnessing tools that transform personal and collective life themes through the ritual of art making.
Together, we will carve out a dedicated space that C.J. Jung called “Temenos”: A safe and sacred space to play and create!
Stay tuned for new schedule, or invite me to teach in your community.