Heidi Ann Crocini

Imagination in Motion – Co-ed Movement Class for beginners

In Uncategorized on June 14, 2012 at 2:57 am

There is a saying “sometimes less is more”.  I feel there is a lot of truth in this.  Many times I have witnessed live performances that are FULL of LOT’s of movement and ACTION.  This is all very pleasing to the eye, but often times leaves me feeling a bit “spun”.  To be honest, I appreciate a performance with a healthy balance of both movement and stillness.  Perhaps it satisfies the natural ebb and flow within my being.  We are constantly moving in waves.  Think of breath.  We breathe in, we breathe out.  We rise, we fall.

This is one of the core elements I teach in this class.  The importance of movement AND stillness, working together to create a natural flow.  When we “feel” with the body, we are able to find this balance.

Think of the cycles in nature.  The wild rushing movement of trees in the wind on a brisk autumn morning, or the calm lake on a still summers day.  Or the sometimes erratic temperament of a child, in full emotional devastation, to the content bliss of just being in quiet play.  And it can switch from one state to the next within the matter of seconds.  When we allow for these natural waves to occur, we give the body permission to feels it’s natural ebb and flow creating a beautiful dance born of your own unique rhythms.

This Saturday June 16th I will be teaching a co-ed dance class at the “Hub” 45A Spruce Street South, Timmins Ontario.  Learn the basic elements of movement and dance.  Get in touch with your body, and put your Imagination in Motion!

~ Heidi Ann
Imagination in Motion

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