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[Virtual] Releasing

Julie Mayo

10:00am – 11:00am
Mondays, April 26 – May 24, 2021
FREE
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  • Participants must register for each occurrence of this class.
  • Please review our Best Practices guide before joining class.

Movement Research is excited to offer this class via Zoom. Register below, and you'll receive a link to join the session. You must register separately for each occurrence of class.

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https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJElf-GvrjsuEtNXpw4gabRWsFgAXZKXgDUQ

About class:

Open to all. In these sessions we will allow for spontaneous movement, stillness, and imagination to take precedence. Using poetic imagery, different sound environments and our own writings, we can cultivate a heightened awareness of our integrated internal and external landscapes, bringing us into the present moment in new and unanticipated ways. We will experiment with our multi-layered practice stepping into a virtual sharing of our dancing, supporting one another in this new terrain, allowing for moments of letting go and tuning into subtle perception. Please have a clothing layer and a notebook and writing utensil.

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Julie Mayo

Julie Mayo is an artist who makes dances that foreground performance as content and resist easy description of lived experience. In New York she has had her work presented by Gibney, The Kitchen (DaP), The Chocolate Factory, Movement Research, B...
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