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Perfecting Your Craft (on silks) Part ONE and TWO.

Silks: Perfecting your craft. Part 1 and 2

Prerequisite: Must be very advanced beginner/ intermediate level and up. Be able to invert in the air, and execute a minimum of 2 types of climbs and descents.

Where

873 Broadway, New York NY, US 10003

Type of Event

  • Workshop

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Nov 1 to
Nov 8
2014
18:00 pmto18:00 pm

Sunday, NOV 2: PART ONE :The Art of Easy.
Learn how to create ease and grace in your movement on silks. In this class, we will connect our breath with movement, create intentional and expressive lines and shapes in the air, play with dynamic movement, and learn how to set up our movement efficiently. Come play and learn how to fly ease-fully on the silks.

Sunday, Nov 9: Part TWO: Sequencing Movement beyond the "tricks:.
Explore movement beyond individual tricks and learn how to sequence fluidly. Providing space for experimentation and play, we will explore what you already know and let go of much of it, to leave space for creation and new movement. Learn how your body instinctively moves, become attune to its changes in rhythm, voice, and mood. Investigate sequencing and discover how we can safely improvise in the air.

Price

$100

Single Class, $55 Early-bird / $60 Drop-in
Both Classes, $100 Early-bird / $120 Drop-in

Full Description

Part 1: The Art of “Easy”
Date: Nov 2, 1-3 pm

Do you want your movement on the silks to look easy and effortless? Strength is not a sole factor in looking seamless and effortless on silks. (Although it does help!) Using momentum, dynamic movement, and timing all help to form ease and grace in the air.

In this class, we will connect our breath with movement, create intentional and expressive lines and shapes in the air, play with dynamic movement, and learn how to set up our movement efficiently. Come play and learn how to fly ease-fully on the silks.

Part 2: Sequencing, Moving beyond the “Tricks”

November 9, 1-3 pm

It’s fun to keep learning new “tricks” in classes, but how do we eventually string them together? How do we create segues, take what we have learned and find our own individual voice in the movement?

In this class we will explore movement beyond individual tricks and learn how to sequence fluidly. Providing space for experimentation and play, we will explore what you already know and let go of much of it, to leave space for creation and new movement. Learn how your body instinctively moves, become attune to its changes in rhythm, voice, and mood. Investigate sequencing and discover how we can safely improvise in the air.

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