with Amy Matthews
Saturday & Sunday 9:30am-5pm
Practice shows up in many ways – we have movement practices, spiritual practices, meditation practices, somatic practices, and more. These weekend workshops hold the questions: how can teaching be a practice? Are we making the choices we want to in our teaching? Can we make different choices?
Each weekend has a topic from the fields of developmental movement, somatics, anatomy, kinesiology, physiology, and embryology, and includes lecture, discussion, movement and a teaching exploration. In addition to learning and experiencing the material, we’ll consider how deepening our own embodiment supports the practice of teaching.
These weekends are open to teachers interested in exploring their embodiment and developing their teaching in this context. You can take the weekends individually and in any order.
November 18 & 19
Learning to Learn: Reflexes, Righting Reactions and Equilibrium Responses
Learning might be a process of finding different responses to stimuli – both in ourselves and in the environment. At birth and in our first years of life we have basic (and gradually more sophisticated) movement patterns that we develop, use and integrate to orient ourselves in relationship to gravity and space, to our caregivers and to our own body. In this workshop we will explore these layers of responsiveness in finding safety and comfort, and in exploring new possibilities.
PRICE & REGISTRATION
- Prerequisite: one year’s teaching experience, class size is limited to 15 students
- Please fill out an application form. Once you’ve been accepted, you can register here.
You can find more info on how to register here.
Questions? Email us at email@example.com.