The Embodiment Conference is running at the moment and finishes on 25 October. You can watch online presentations and sessions live or for a day or two afterwards for free.
The conference is organised by a company in Brighton and Hove so just along the coast from me in Sussex, UK. There are 1000 + speakers at the conference covering a range of topics including Dance & Creativity; Movement & Anatomy; Keynote and Meditation and Breath Work. Speakers come from across the globe. I have watched and listened to some great sessions this past few days. I love Tom Myers work on Anatomy Trains and I have had his book of the same name for many years. His session on the Anatomy of Vitality gives a top embodiment tip of ‘stay curious’. I couldn’t agree more. Being curious has to be one of the best things I was taught about and encouraged to be. Being curious is such a wonderful way to approach dance teaching and learning. For as dance teachers we are also learning too.
If you want to take a look and see what is available at The Embodiment Conference here is the link:
We have been doing these free mindful relaxation for dance teacher, sessions since April and now they are coming to an end. This is because dance teachers are getting ready to get back into their studios and venues to teach once again.
It has been lovely doing these weekly sessions and I hope if you have joined us at any point along the way that you have enjoyed them too.
Good luck to all dance teachers getting back into the swing of classes and coping with all the changes that are required.
Don’t forget there is still time to book a place on the next short online courses beginning in August. Bookings close on Monday 27 July 2020.
If you want to join Sho tomorrow morning – Friday 12 June at 10am (UK time) for 30-40 minutes of Mindful Relaxation for Dance Teachers, leave a comment by clicking on the comment bubble at the top of this post or the comment facility below the post and you will be sent the Zoom link for you to join the session.
This relaxing session gives you time to focus on yourself, something that dance teachers don’t always find time to do.
If you want to join Sho for FREE Mindful Relaxation for dance teachers on Friday mornings at 10am (UK time) during lockdown leave a comment below this post and you will be sent the Zoom link on Thursday for the session on Friday. The link is now the same each week but the email is sent out as a reminder. If you are expecting the Zoom link email and haven’t received it, please check your junk mail folder in case it has ended up there.
These sessions are continuing for now and you are very welcome to join us. No experience is necessary and you can do the session which takes around 30 – 40 minutes sitting or lying down as you prefer.
Take this opportunity to do something for you at this time of change. Don’t forget, if you want to receive the Zoom link so you can join this free session write a comment in the comment box at the end of this post and you will be sent the link.
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Fridays 10am UK time for Free Mindful Relaxation for Dance Teachers with Sho
If you want to join us in a Free mindful relaxation for dance teachers session tomorrow morning at 10am (UK time 8 May 2020) all you need to do is leave a comment below and the joining Zoom link will be emailed to you today or first thing tomorrow morning – remember to check your junk mail folder in case it has landed there.
These short sessions take about 30-40 minutes and they are a great way to do something for you during lockdown and the challenges that it brings for dance teachers. You don’t need to have done any mindful relaxation before. The session can be done sitting in a chair, sitting on the floor or if you prefer, you can lie down.