In our current process for the work, "How To Draw an Outline," we are exploring setting healthy boundaries as women and as dancers. For us, this has included
In our current process for the work, “How To Draw an Outline,” we are exploring setting healthy boundaries as women and as dancers. For us, this has included describing boundaries in time, space, between each other, and within ourselves — dividing lines where one quality shifts and becomes something else, or where one idea stops so a new one can begin. Through guided improvisation and movement exercises, this workshop will consider a wide range of themes tied to boundaries, such as consent, attention, circumstances and context, and family and non-family relationships. As dancers, we can tend to overcommit, to say “yes” instead of no, to bring ourselves to physical (and other) extremes, and to be more flexible in our boundaries with others. Consciously addressing these tendencies in our bodies within a movement practice lets us perceive the way we hold our own space and begin to make decisions that are more self-empowering.
Space is limited to an intimate group of 15. The cost to attend is $30.00. Created for women and people open to discussing/addressing femininity within their bodies.
(Friday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
The Movement Lab Home of T. Lang Dance
1384 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard Southwest, Atlanta