Individual Class Teachers

Back to main menu CHAYA LEIA ARONSON:   Dancing the Sacred and the Profane Combining belly dance practices, contact improvisation fundamentals and posture play, we will explore sensual movements, sourced from deep connection to the pelvic bowl as the source of...

Cassie Drew

Back to main menu Pushing the Edges of Trust Through Acro What happens when we come face to face with strangers and we are asked to trust them completely?  Are we willing to put our physical bodies in a vulnerable position and believe that it’s safe?  Are we willing...

Lydia Love (NY, USA)

Kinky Dance Cards: Scrawling on the Blank Page of Desire (Part 1): Sensual Experiments (Part 2): Pushing Boundaries Having a want and turning it into an ask, plus having to troubleshoot all of the emotional chaos that entails! Having desires is scary. We use games for...

Anthony Lione (NY, USA)

Nude Authentic Relating Games How we communicate shapes our world. Authentic Relating Games are a collection of led experiences that give players a hands-on taste of both the joy and skills of interpersonal connection. Anthony and Maybel will challenge you to listen...

Rob Kancler (NY, USA)

My Pelvis, Your Pelvis: Exploring and Learning from Movement, Images, and Touch The pelvis and its intimate geographies are not only central to our biomechanical movement capacities, they are also landscapes for the internalization and performance of cultural...

Rosalind Holgate Smith (Wales, UK)

Moving Fluids, and Flooding Orgasms Description: We will dive deep into our internal ocean, channeling currents, sensing tides, and allowing fluid orgasms to flood the visceral fabrics of body and earth. Informed by the practices of Authentic Movement, Body-Mind...

Christos Galanis (Canada/Scotland)

Eco-Sexual Improv: Somatic Seduction With The Natural Environment The etymology of arousal – from French: reuser – means to stir or awaken. Its deeper origins describe the gesture of a hawk’s vigorous shaking of its feathers. Along these lines, we...

Kathleen Rea (Toronto, Canada)

The Intimate Spring of the Fascial Network Fascia is the soft part of our connective tissue. It houses billion more nerve ending then any other part of our body. Essentially it is the way we feel life. In this workshop, we will “wake-up” this sensory organ that runs...

Sasha Bergmann (MA, USA)

Vessels: Clay Explorations, Our Body, Our Environment Vessels can be literal and metaphorical in our lives. Our soul is housed in a sacred vessel – our BODY. And, our bodies are held and supported on this fragile yet amazing planet. Through movement and clay...

Kaitlin June (NC, USA)

Sounding the Body Electric: Unleashing Vocal Pleasure Our voices are not just in our throats: they cover our entire bodies. In this playshop participants are guided through a juicy journey of discovering and embodying their unique sounds with themselves and with...

Deb Grant (ME, USA)

Dancing in Vagus: Embodying the Physiology of Safety “Vagus” in the workshop title refers to the ventral vagal nerve, a key player in the physiology of our social engagement system. When we ‘dance in vagus’ as a practice we deepen our embodied...