Reviewed By: Open Floor International Recommended by: Open Floor International Languages availability: English Description: Every month a group of residents from the Alzheimer’s and dementia geriatric wards at the Donauspital in Vienna, Austria gather together for a special dance class. Many are in wheelchairs, a few are able to stand. Some of the patients babble…
Rivi Diamond, from Israel holds a retreat each yearon Paros Island, Greece
argaret Wagner is an award-winning travel/memoir writer and poet who teaches Open Floor and 5Rhythms ® as well as Restorative and Yin Yoga. Based in California, U.S.A., Margaret shares how she manages herself as a dancer with chronic pain and injuries.
But what if we didn’t need fixing? What if we already alright?
Éadaoin Ní Challaráin is an Open Floor teacher and a medical practitioner in palliative care in the West of Ireland. Here she tells us about her experience of Cathy Ryan’s Empty Space workshop, which she attended, in October 2017 in Dublin, Ireland.
Killian Strong is a psychotherapist, Open Floor teacher and Therapy in Motion graduate from London, UK. He talks about how he uses the Core Movement Resource “Ground” in his work
Charlotte Young is a dance and embodiment passionista, as well as a writer and cycles awareness teacher and Open Floor teacher from Melbourne, Australia. This aticle is an edited version of a piece Charlotte originally published in Living Now Magazine.
Tamar Eyni-lehman from Kfar Adumim, Israel is a music therapist, phsycotherapist, group analyst, superviser and college teacher. She has been dancing for 15 years and is training to be an Opne Floor teacher. Here she tells us about dancing with an injured leg after an accident.
Open Floor Teacher, Energy Worker and Undercover Detective for the Soul, Deborah travels the world working with people solo and in groups; midwifing them into their authentic creative selves through dance and movement.
The first time I hear Sarah Davies say, “Art is the stored honey of the human soul” * I file it away in the Arty, so not for me… section of my brain and leave it there with all the other vaguely interesting, but arty-so-not-for-me stuff I’ve picked up over the years.