Kids Hula Hoop and Dance | Jane Fondle

Kids Hula Hoop and Dance | Jane Fondle

Kids Hula Hoop and Dance Workshop

Tuesday, July 10th 

Wednesday, July 11th

Thursday July, 12th

2:00 – 3:30pm

Ages 8-12 – limited spaces, please book ahead.

$50 for 3 classes

$35 for 2 classes

$20 for 1 class

Take home a hand-made hoop for $35

*Hoops provided for the workshop

 

WeMove Studio, Mullumbimby
Corner of  Stuart Street and Tincongan 

Want to give the kids something fun to do these holidays? This workshop will get them inspired and teach them some fun hula hoop and dance tricks that will last a lifetime!

Hooping captures the interest of children like no other. Using a combination of tricks and hoop dance moves, these kids hula hoop workshops will engage children to build fitness, coordination, confidence and social skill while having a whole lot of fun.

With no pressure to get it right, this is a chance to simply enjoy giving the hoop a go. Experienced hoopers will learn extensions and variations of tricks to keep up the challenge and the fun. 

Suitable for ages 8-12, no experience necessary.  All hoops are provided and are also available for sale so you can choose your very own in your favourite colours.

Facilitator

Jane Fondle

Jane is a hula hooping, dancing queen, she has traveled the world performing and teaching hula hooping for many years. She has created a hooping storm in communities in Melbourne and is now here in Byron to share her skills and get more people into the fun of spinning hoops. Jane has taught kids in schools, festivals and birthday parties, and also loves teaching the BIG grown up kids! 

 

www.hoopsthighsbuttocks.com

 

 

3 Classes

$50

2 Classes

$35

1 Class

$20

 

Any Questions?

Contact Alona: 0424476767

Get in Touch!

alona@wemove.studio

Somatic Movement Intelligence Series with Jennifer Groves

Somatic Movement Intelligence Series with Jennifer Groves

Somatic Movement Intelligence Series with Jennifer Groves

First Saturday of each month beginning May 4, 2019

9:00am-1:00pm

WeMove Studio

Mullumbimby

Corner Stuart St and Tincogan

 

$70 Full Price 

$65 Concession

$60 WeMove members

$200 – 4 Session Pass to use in 2019 

Join Jennifer for a series of monthly workshops to expand your postural awareness, and all round somatic bodily connection. Each month will be guided with a new focus.

This workshop is an introduction to Movement Intelligence-Bones for Life 1 program. You will learn self-help tools to find postural correction through movement orientated somatic education. A seven-metre wrap is used as an exo-skeleton, establishing a clear axial line of the spine for exploring a safe dynamic movement in space. Partner work, walls and the floor will be utilised to stimulate isometric resistance and rhythmic vibration.
 
Movement Intelligence is a training system for dynamic postural re-education and mind-body suppleness. It has been developed by Dr. Ruthy Alon, based on Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais’ approach to somatic learning. Ruthy has become an elder and mentor to students in over 30 countries and her work is respected worldwide. 

Facilitator

 

Jennifer Groves

Jennifer Groves is a Senior Movement Intelligence trainer in Australasia and certified Feldenkrais practitioner. She established the first yoga studio in Byron Bay in the early 80’s and now works from her private practice in Mullumbimby.
Bones for Life 1, Jennifer’s first introductory program is based on the Feldenkrais method of somatic mind/body education, working with the nervous system and the brain’s plasticity which allows systematic change in motor function via movement awareness. 
Jenny has worked with some of the most educated somatic trainers in the world. She assisted and taught under Ruthy Alon, the Movement Intelligence founder for over 20 years and brings with her a vast array of self-help tools for any age and body.

$70 General Admission

$65 concession

$60 WeMove Members

$200 4 session pass to use in 2019

Any Questions?

Contact Alona: 0424476767

Get in Touch!

alona@wemove.studio

The Living Body | Noa Rotem

The Living Body | Noa Rotem

The Living Body- 

A Body-Mind Centering® workshop facilitated by Noa Rotem

Sunday,  July 7th, 2019

 14:00-17:00

WeMove Studio

Mullumbimby

Corner Stuart St and Tincogan

 

$55 Full Price

$50 Concession

$45 WeMove Members 

Come and experience your living body. In this one day workshop you will be offered an opportunity to access your body’s innate intelligence, poetry and love of movement.

In this workshop, we will explore how connection with our cells and with specific body systems allows movement to naturally arise. In this state of opening and listening, we are able to step into deep contact with self, other human beings, and the space around us. From this place, we discover there is nothing to invent. The richness of life we experience through the body generates movement that is dynamic and diverse.

Areas of exploration will include;
  • The musculo-skeletal system as the container of the body
  • The organs and fluids as the contents of the body
  • The body’s capacity for self-nourishment, protection and support
  • Finding balance between rest and movement, the inner world and the outer world, dialogue with self and others.
About the practice:
Body-Mind Centering ® is an embodied approach that utilizes movement, touch and voice to explore the relationship of body-mind. The combination of anatomical information and developmental processes that are framed in an experiential research provides the body-mind with the opportunity to meet itself in a new way.
A key aspect of BMC® is the way in which access to different body systems activates specific qualities of consciousness, movement and life within the body.
Given that we are constantly moving throughout our lives, whether or not you consider yourself to be a mover, you are one, and thus have the necessary movement experience to attend this workshop…
In other words- all are welcome!
Spaces are limited to ensure comfort and intimacy. Please register well in advance if you want to be there!

Facilitator

 

Noa Rotem

Noa Rotem is a theatre and movement artist with an interest in the relationship between embodiment and performance. As well as graduating in both Psychology and Acting, she also graduated from Somatic Movement Education program at the SOMA school of Body-Mind Centering® in Paris. A dominant line of enquiry permeating Noa’s work is the transformative role of art-making in both our individual lives as well as in the whole, and how this restores deep connection- to self, each other, and the world at large.
Noa spreads her time between Australia, Israel, SE Asia, and Europe.

General

$55

Concession

$50

WeMove Subscribers

$45

Any Questions?

Contact Alona: 0424476767

Get in Touch!

alona@wemove.studio