Body Space Creation Place Stay Home/ Tune In Session #1

Body Space Creation Place Stay Home/Tune In Session #1 with Lisa Emmons

Staying well and active at home during this time of global uncertainty can be challenging for all of us as we strive to move forward together.

Session #1

Guided by Lisa Emmons with Shannon Kitchings and Mayumi Lashbrook Music from macrophone: aleatoric solo duets for electro-acoustic hurdy gurdy by Ben Grossman

Special thanks Henry Mak

Dreamwalker Dance Company invites you to join us in: expanding and opening our bodies and minds through a series of free wellness movement experiences facilitated by skilled artists. These videos are created for you, and are available 24/7 for you to delight in the diversely creative approaches found in The Body Space Creation Place practice. Our video sessions are designed to be fun, relaxing, rejuvenating, calming and connecting. You will be guided into: flowing gentle stretches, simple vocal play, image rich visualizations and movements. No experience is required, just bring a curiosity for exploring, sensing, feeling and moving in space. As you move with us through these videos, please move in ways which fully support what you know to be "safe and supportive to you" in the moment you are doing it. BSCP is designed for our community to share time: gaining experiences and practicing embodied knowing, with the intention to activate this practice beyond the parameters of the session time into lived experiences with family, friends and community. Thank you for expanding and opening up to a world of possibilities virtually and in real time with BSCP.

Body Space Creation Place (BSCP) was originally designed for Burlington Performing Arts Centre (2016). Currently BSCP is hosted by Burlington Student Theatre, managed by local artist Lisa Emmons and facilitated by artists Megan English, Lisa Emmons, Shannon Kitchings, Mayumi Lashbrook, and Kate Lowe, with trainees Yonah Lavery-Yisraeli, Hemantika Mahesh, Heryka Miranda, and Semiah Smith. BSCP is a community engagement initiative that emerges from dance artist Andrea Nann's personal practice Conscious Bodies. BSCP is a Dreamwalker Dance Company initiative, and is generously funded by the Ontario Arts Council.

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