Spring term starts Sunday 14th January with Cai Tomos:
At the Atrium, University of South Wales.

The day includes morning class (please note this is open to all but you must attend the morning class to participate in the workshop) and runs from 10.00am – 5.30pm (£15).

Please email groundworkprocardiff@gmail.com to reserve your place. Places are limited so booking is essential.

This one day workshop is about making space to listen to all the dances that lie dormant within us, waiting to appear.

It’s about hanging out, alone, but together. Hanging out and listening out to our hunches about what moves us.

We will journey through improvisational tasks and structures that prioritize the re-awakening of sensation, imagination and creativity. We will attempt to awaken the un-danced dances and give room for our own creativity to come fourth.

We might consider our own relationship with time, rhythm and our own energy and that of the collective energy on the day.

Time will be spent both in the being and in the doing, perhaps with curiosity as to where our own balance might lie.

We will be working in solo, duet, and group explorations focusing on re-connecting to our inherent creativity that emerges within the dialogue between sensation and imagination. Most importantly the workshop will focus on developing our capacity to listen and respond to our own body’s feedback with curiosity and openness to learn from all that arises.

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