Lindy Armah is an Open Floor teacher in training from London. She has been living with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.), a long-term, neurological condition that causes symptoms affecting many body systems, for 20 years. M.E. affects an estimated 17 million people worldwide. Here she tells us about her experience of dancing with chronic illness.
Heather & Carsten are Open Floor teachers living between Hong Kong and California. They met on the dance floor. This is their story.
As well as being an Open Floor teacher, Lynn is also a longtime teaching artist and the Education Director of The Drawing Studio, a non-profit community arts organisation with several outreach programs for underserved populations.
Edith Avni is a Dance Movement Therapist and Open Floor Teacher and Therapy in Motion graduate from Israel. She tells us about her experience of using Open Floor in her group therapy work.
Open Floor teacher Celia is an Australian multi-award winning community development specialist working with NGOs, government and business communities internationally. She brought conscious dance to Kenya in 2014 to assist with trauma healing and tells us about her mission to create spaces for self expression and internal peace to flourish.
“I can go wild inside even if I’m not moving much at all.”
Dissolve is an Open Floor Core Movement Resource – A Poem by Lucy French
Reviewed By: Eileen Murray Recommended by: Eileen Murray Recommended Reading Program: Therapy In Motion Languages availability: English Description: What called you to train to teach embodied movement? Having worked as a psychiatric nurse in a variety of health settings in Australia, Sweden, United Kingdom and Ireland over the past 30 years and in my current…
Open Floor Encounter is an exhilarating group process containing elements of Gestalt Awareness Practice (GAP), psychodrama, movement and somatic psychotherapy.
The Open Floor Core Movement Resources offer a simple movement vocabulary, based on the universal principles of embodied and healing practices around the world. We practice all that it is to be human and expand our resources so that we can move, work, rest, play and live the way every body was born to.