Wed, 31 Oct | Hexagon & Gym Studios, Aller Park

Morning movement practice with Sarah Gray (1)

Spine: our core sense of self - a course of self-discovery through somatic movement, yoga poses and breath work.
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Morning movement practice with Sarah Gray (1)

Time & Location

31 Oct 2018, 07:45 – 8:45
Hexagon & Gym Studios, Aller Park, Dartington Hall, Totnes TQ9 6EE, UK

About the Event

7:45 - 8:45 am every Wednesday

Studio 33, Aller Park

All bodies welcome!

Dates (2018 Autumn term):

October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st;

November 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th;

December 5th.

***5 class card for £29, or 10 class card for £56***

***Reduced rate class for Dartington employees, volunteers and Dartington Collaboration Network (or, DCN). The DCN includes: Commercial Tenants named on their leases, their employees, residential tenants, members of the Organising Group, members of the Dartington CWP (Community Working Party), and full-time Schumacher College students

Please enter the studio ten to fifteen minutes early to take time to arrive. Bring own exercise mat and blanket. Wear anything that feels comfortable and allows you to move freely. We work barefoot, on and off the yoga mat, in a no shoe space with wooden floors.

Please contact Sarah with any questions: soundsitesomatics@gmail.com / 07971 388725

AT A GLANCE

Permissive, alternative and easy going, Sarah Gray offers you a journey of awakening the spine through yoga, restorative rest and experimental movement. The morning practice sessions last one hour and are open to all.

The benefits: Calming, grounding, boosting creativity, creating more choice and easefulness in everyday life.

IN DETAIL

The spine is our core sense of self. The story of our spine is filled with meaning and a quiet spine brings a sense of comfort and wellbeing. Through the course, we work sensitively to reduce pain and increase the flexibility of the spine and therefore the whole body. We explore both rest and activity with an attentive curiosity and responsivity to our sensibilities promoting healthy movement and alignment on and off the mat.

“You only have to let the soft animal of your body

love what it loves.” - Mary Oliver

Sarah blends a number of approaches that are simple but radical in their invitation - to be in the present moment fully - bringing calm, clarity, cooling of the brain, heightening receptivity of sensation and sense-making.

Her classes hold a space and time for you to reconnect with your self so you may better connect with an other. We use meditation and breathwork, poetry, music and singing bowls, for shifting consciousness. We may share creative practice like mark making, writing and performance as well as exploring going outdoors for wellbeing benefits.

TEACHER

Sarah Gray is an artist + teacher offering heartful enquiries, attunement to the environment, giving freedom to explore. Sarah is a certified and insured teacher of Hatha Yoga in the spirit of Vanda Scaravelli and is training as a somatic movement educator with the School of Body-Mind Centering.

Sarah offers her care and guidance for you to expand in all directions and touch a wholesome body-mind practice in a community setting. Sarah also offers private lessons on a sliding price scale. Please enquire.

Sarah has been living and working in rural South Devon for over ten years offering progressive, community education in media, performance and spiritual arts. She began practising bodyworks and movement improvisation at Dartington College of Arts in 2005 and is now a teacher of somatics and experiential anatomy.

“I have benefited from long-lasting results of yoga and somatics. We make room to make sense in our whole body-mind as we let go of ambition and can enter new realms of experiencing the wisdom of the body and the world. “

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  • Ten week course (Oct-Dec 2018)
    £56
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  • Five class card (Oct 2018)
    £29
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