Inner Compass – Expressive Movement & Dancing Freedom Immersion
7 – 8 July 2018
What is your true North?
In this two-day dance immersion you embark on a journey into the wild places of your inner landscape on a ceremonial rites-of-passage.
Using the maps of the Expressive Movement and Dancing Freedom conscious dance practices to guide and support this expedition, you prepare to leave the known land and venture into the unknown and the unknowable.
We dance to access the tool that enables each of you to navigate these unchartered landscapes; your inner compass.
Why do we go on such expeditions you might wonder? In order to receive the vision that is most needed at this time. So that you may align yourself even more clearly with your life purpose, and integrate it within your known so that it is now accessible.
At the heart of this workshop is a visioning ceremony. We enter into ceremony for you to discover that which gives your path direction, bringing light to the darkness. From here you map this newly discovered territory so that you may access this creative potential when needed.
R1950 earlybird special until 15 June 2018 (Save R450!)
R2400 Full Price.
Booking Essential: To book your place contact Brian on firstname.lastname@example.org. (50% deposit secures your place)
Please note this is a residential retreat at the beautiful Hearth and Soul Retreat Centre, nestled in the mountains near Stanford (About 1 hour 45 mins from CT). It is shared accomodation in comfortable rooms. There are swimming options and food is vegetarian, mostly grown on the farm. You can arrange an extra night at the centre (come on Friday instead of Saturday morning) for an additional R140 and a dinner that evening can be arranged for R70. For more information on the centre:www.hearthandsoul.co.za/
About your Facilitators:
Brian Bergman has been dancing for many years and been practicing conscious dance for 9 of those. He has often said that conscious dance has saved his life, as it helps him move with grace through the most difficult and challenging times, as well as the times that are most creative and vibrant! He has is a qualified Dancing Freedom Facilitator, Yoga teacher, and a passionate DJ. He teaches conscious dance classes in Cape Town on Thursday evenings co-creating under Muti-Tribe. Passionate about the medicine that movement can bring, he loves watching people switch on to dance as way of keeping sane in this world, using it as a tool to integrate all aspects of themselves.
Sian Palmer is the founder of Expressive Movement South Africa & an HPCSA registered Drama and Movement Therapist. Sian returned to South Africa in 2009, and has enjoyed the privilege since then of offering conscious dance nationally alongside her work as a therapist. She is passionate about dance as an accessible holistic meditation practice and is about to complete the third and fourth Expressive Movement facilitator training this year.