Yvonne Meier by Ian Douglas

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[Virtual] MELT – Releasing

Yvonne Meier

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11:00am – 12:00pm
July 6 – July 10, 2020
$40
  • This MELT workshop is being offered virtually through Zoom.
  • Registration is OPEN!

Movement Research offers this MELT workshop virtually over Zoom.


Workshop description:

We are all born dancers. Over our lifetime we tend to loose the natural ease. Muscles tense unnecessarily and the alignment goes askew. In releasing we are letting go of stress and habitual holding patterns. Specific designed imagery will let us find power and energy. Spontaneous and creative impulses will create improvisational dances. In class we will be guided into deep states, we will learn about the natural energy flow along the body which will get reinforced by tactical partner work. The ability to see inside our bodies will give us a deep source for improvisational dance.


MELT Zoom Etiquette Guidelines:

  • We ask that you please "Mute" yourself when you are not verbally participating.
  • Please do your best to arrive on time and stay for the duration of the session. If you plan to leave early, inform the faculty member at the top of class using the "Chat" function in your Zoom window.
  • Experiencing connectivity or technological issues? Either use the "Chat" function to communicate with the MR administrator, or email “[email protected]" and someone will assist you as soon as possible.


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[Virtual] Summer MELT 2020


Upcoming

[Virtual] MELT – Releasing

Yvonne Meier
Mon Jul 6 11:00am - 12:00pm

[Virtual] MELT – Releasing

Yvonne Meier
Tue Jul 7 11:00am - 12:00pm

[Virtual] MELT – Releasing

Yvonne Meier
Wed Jul 8 11:00am - 12:00pm

[Virtual] MELT – Releasing

Yvonne Meier
Thu Jul 9 11:00am - 12:00pm

[Virtual] MELT – Releasing

Yvonne Meier
Fri Jul 10 11:00am - 12:00pm

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Yvonne Meier

Yvonne Meier has been exploring improvisation in performance and teaching Releasing Technique, Authentic Movement and her own improvisational technique, “Scores,” throughout the U.S. and Europe for the past 32 years. She has been on the faculty ...
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