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[Virtual] Honing a Practice – Grasping the Intangible

Eva Karczag

Register
9:30am – 11:30am
January 9, 2023
$80–$125
  • Pre-registration is required. Participants must register for the full workshop.
  • This workshop includes auditive guidance.
  • Automated Closed Captioning through Zoom is available.
  • For general access questions contact [email protected], subject line "MELT, Eva Karczag."

This is a [Virtual] MELT workshop

happening online via zoom

>>REGISTER HERE<<

Pre-registration is required. No drop-ins.
Participants must register for the full workshop.


Workshop Description:

Energy is a tangible intangible. It can be made visible and refined through movement practices, including the many different forms of qigong that have often been transmitted from generation to generation. In this workshop, we will explore the HunYuan Qigong form through the lens of Western body-mind awareness approaches, including experiential anatomy, the Alexander Technique, Ideokinesis and open improvisation. We will aim to acknowledge weight, expand breathing and inner physical and imaginative spaces whilst in movement, release excess tension, and in the process, collect and circulate energy to revitalize ourselves and our moving.


Accessibility Notes:

- This workshop includes auditive guidance.
- Automated Closed Captioning through Zoom is available.
- This workshop includes images and text PDFs screen shared through Zoom.

To request ASL (American Sign Language), contact [email protected] at least two (2) weeks prior to the workshop start date, subject line "MELT, ASL request, Eva Karczag."

To request Audio Description, contact [email protected] at least three (3) weeks prior to the workshop start date, subject line "MELT, Audio Description request, Eva Karczag."

For general access questions, contact [email protected] subject line "MELT, Eva Karczag."

[Image Description: Imaginative drawing of overlapping cranes’ wings in flight. Flowing lines suggest the fluid power and energy of the birds’ movement. Printed as an etching in soft pinky brown, the darker wing tips embody the dynamic stream of the surrounding air currents.]

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MELT

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Eva Karczag

Independent dance artist. Since the early 1970s, practices, teaches, and advocates for explorative methods of dance making, she currently performs solo and collaborative work internationally. Danced with the Trisha Brown Dance Company from 19...
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