I teach an hour virtual somatic yoga class every Monday at 12.30 (GMT). I draw from various somatic techniques including BMC, Alexander Technique, Rolfing, and Ashatnga Yoga. I have been teaching for 15 years and have trained as a dancer in Laban, Movement Reseach, Siobhan Davies studios among others.Payment is donnation based through paypal with suggestion of 6 dollars per class.More info: www.practicingsomatics.comEmail:…See More
"would have loved to join the meditation tonight but it is on at mid-night my time (GMT +1)...so i will be in bed. But if you manage to record it then I would love to do it later on my own. Thanks for setting this up Marlon"
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Natalie Heller is a movement artist and educator whose work bridges choreography and visual art. In the past she has worked with actors, musicians, visual artists and filmmakers. Her creative interest is centered on giving a first person account of lived experience. She began creating performance work in 2006 and has been supported by a number of organizations including the Ministry of Culture and Education of Cyprus and the French Institute. Natalie earned a BA from Oxford University in Philosophy and French and then continued her training in dance at Dance New Amsterdam in NYC and Espedance in France. In 2012 she attained her Master degree in Creative Practice with distinction from Trinity Laban in London. This program included an influential period of study with choreographer Rosemary Butcher, whose artistic vision and methodology are instrumental to Natalie's current work. Recent collaborations include working with Karl Frost (Body Research-Seattle), Karl Paquemar (Ergot-France), Arianna Economou (Echo Arts-Cyprus) and Tom Pain (independent film director-UK). Natalie now teaches somatic practices in Istanbul and in her work continues to explore the question: How do we experience our humanity?
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