Community Workshop: the Feldenkreis Method// May 10, 2014

  • Friends Meeting House 530 26th Ave. N Nashville, TN 37209 USA
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The Feldenkrais Method can help free us from unnecessary habitual patterns and enable new, more effective ways of moving and feeling to emerge. Students are guided through a sequence of gentle movements. By moving slowly and paying attention, students will discover new movement possibilities and patterns. This results in more efficient movement, reduction of aches and pains and an increased sense of self-awareness.

For more information on Feldenkreis, visit the official website: www.feldenkreis.com

 

Instructor// Kim Greenberg

Kim Greenberg, a recent transplant to Nashville, hails from NYC, where she lived for more than twenty years studying and performing Afro-Cuban Dance. She has an M.A. in Dance Education from Teacher’s College, Columbia, and has been a licensed dance teacher/choreographer in the public schools since 1996, working with children of all ages. She is currently working as a Somatic Movement Educator, and is a graduate of Martha Eddy’s Dynamic Embodiment® training. She is also certified to teach the Feldenkrais Method’s Awareness Through Movement® classes. She is a reflexologist and a Kinetic Awareness practitioner, and incorporates all of her training in her Somatic Awareness classes.

 

Schedule:

SATURDAY | May 10, 2014

4:30-5:45 PM

 

Location:

The Nashville Friends Meeting House

530 26th Ave N

Nashville, TN 37209

 

Fee:  

$15/class

Doors will be open 30 minutes before class starts. New Dialect accepts cash or check made out to New Dialect.  Please be sure to arrive early to ensure class begins on time.

 

About New Dialect: Community

New Dialect: Community movement classes are designed specifically for men and women with no previous dance experience and movers of all levels ages 14+. Workshops like Gaga/People, Alexander Technique, Contact Improvisation and Dancing into Self-Integration allow members of the Nashville community to experience the emotionally and physically healing properties of dance: strengthening our bodies, sharpening our minds, and connecting us more deeply to ourselves through movement.

For more information on current and upcoming community classes visit our website: www.newdialect/community or email us at new.dialect@gmail.com