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Studio 200 Presents Body Patterns Workshop

Body Patterns in a workshop exploring patterns in our body through meditation, movement, touch and discussion. This workshop is in conjunction with Studio 200 presents Artifact, an exhibition featuring works by Erin Barach, Emily Hartley-Skudder, Anna Kell, Cory Rice, Aubrey Saget, Lara Saget, Anna Shukeylo and Kelsey Shwetz.

Opening Reception: October 10, 2014 6:00-9:00 PM
Body Patterns Workshop: October 11, 2014 12:00-2:00 PM

Where

RePop Room271005
527 W 29th St, Third Floor, New York NY, US 10001

Type of Event

  • General Event

When

Oct 11
2014
05:00 amto07:00 am

Price

$10

There is a $10 workshop fee.
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Full Description

In this workshop, we’ll explore patterns in our body that are manifested and expressed in our bones and connective tissue, the self-made artifacts of our inner terrain. Through meditation, movement, touch and discussion, we’ll invite an embodied experience of our structure — its topography, spirals, layers and pathways. To help illuminate and contextualize our felt sense of our internal landscape, we’ll layer on ontogenetic and phylogenetic maps — embryology, developmental movement, the evolution of our body plan. No movement experience required!

Workshop leader: Sarah Barnaby
Sarah Barnaby teaches yoga and anatomy in NYC in group classes and private sessions. She has studied extensively with Amy Matthews and Leslie Kaminoff, and has completed the Yoga Educator program at The Breathing Project. Sarah assisted Amy and Leslie in the editing, indexing and proofreading of the second edition of Yoga Anatomy. She frequently assists Amy in anatomy classes and workshops, and is the homework “maven” for Amy’s online anatomy courses. Sarah is certified in Embodied Developmental Movement and Yoga, a program with the School for Body-Mind Centering® that teaches developmental movement principles in relation to yoga practice. She is continuing her study and exploration of BMC, currently in the Embodied Anatomy and Yoga and Infant Developmental Movement Educator programs.