Embodying Your Full Potential – An 8 Week Body Mythology Course
October 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm£12.50 - £98.00
Embodying your full potential is an 8-week somatic creative programme dedicated to anyone interested in expanding movement vocabulary and finding creative resources for performance making, whilst connecting with the innate wisdom of their body.
The sessions will be structured and guided in order to explore different parts of our body mythology through movement, drawing, questioning and journaling. Participants will find creative resources by discovering archetypes and listening to their somatic intelligence, to unlock creative potential and expand movement possibilities beyond familiar and habitual movements.
At the end of the 8 weeks, course participants will create a self-portrait and a short solo performance based on the discovered movement and visual resources.
This is an open-level series of sessions, all are welcome.
The methodology applied will be the Tamalpa Life/Art Process® and the RSVP Cycle, conveying the legacy of Post Modern Dance Pioneer Anna Halprin and the work of the Tamalpa Institute, grounded in more than 40 years of involvement in movement research, health and community building.
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Cost: Enrolment for whole 8 week course £98 +Eventbrite fee (8 classes for the price of 7)
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Drop in tickets £14 / Concession £12.50
Venue: The Place, 17 Duke Street, London WC1H 9PY
Date: Wednesday 21st September – Wednesday 9th November 2022
Time: 19.00– 20.30pm
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About the facilitator
Laura Colomban RSMT
Laura Colomban is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator (ISMETA Institute of Somatic Embodied Therapy Association)and Associate Teacher for Tamalpa UK.
Her methodologies and approach to the body are rooted in the Tamalpa Life / Art Process® and Atem-Tonus-Ton, which she practises as a therapist since 2012 in group and individual sessions.
Producer and co-founder of the Podcast DanceOutsideDance, she graduated with distinction at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London (Master of Fine Arts, Creative Dance Practice), where she has propelled her research on soma, sound and technologically mediated performance practices.
She is fond of collaborative processes, collective making and learning, to create an inclusive teaching methodology in conversation with the politics of everyday life.