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BMC & Butoh: A Workshop Dialogue Between Form & Practice
mizu disierto butoh
Mizu Disierto of Water In The Desert and The Headwaters Theater

 

Friday October 25th, 7pm-9pm Introductory Session | $15 drop-in

October 26th & 27th, 10am-4pm | all 3 sessions $125 (if registered before 10/11)

at THE HEADWATERS Waterline Studio | 55 NE Farragut St. Door #4 (entrance at front of building)

INFO + REGISTRATION:
http://witd.org/service/bmc-butoh-october-25-272013/

Move between somatic exploration and performative process in this unique dialogue of complimentary disciplines. Deeply explore the body systems and the developmental evolution of their creation. Pause in each moment and let it expand into a universe. Each cell is an infinity unfolding and becomes its own tiny dance.

About BMC

Body-Mind Centering® is an integrated and embodied approach to movement, the body and consciousness. Developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, it is an experiential study based on the embodiment and application of anatomical, physiological, psychophysical and developmental principles, utilizing movement, touch, voice and mind. Its uniqueness lies in the specificity with which each of the body systems can be personally embodied and integrated, the fundamental groundwork of developmental re-patterning, and the utilization of a body-based language to describe movement and body-mind relationships.

“There is something unique that forms patterns. We, as a part of nature, also form patterns. The mind is like the wind and the body like the sand: if you want to know how the wind is moving, you can look at the sand.
– Bonnie Bainbridge-Cohen

 

About Butoh

Butoh is an imaginative and energetic approach to creative expression and personal/collective consciousness. In butoh practice, we contemplate images and sensations of both the internal and external realms in order to penetrate the essence of all things–creating a deeper sense of empathy and intimacy with ourselves and the world around us. The work equally approaches concepts of absurdity and depth, allowing practitioners to intuitively open, reveal, satiate and transform. Along with being an artistic practice accessible to all ages and abilities, Butoh is an embodied approach to a more integrated and sustainable human society.

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