Communicating Vessels 

What can we learn by observing others communicate or relate, leaving the trace of a story arch as testament to something having happened.  And what "Others" are good to observe?  A group of workshop participants recently appropriated the invitation to observe and explore the question in both verbal and non verbal ways. The Other in…Read more Communicating Vessels 

In the Labyrinth of the Senses

Sometimes it takes an absence to discover an omnipresence.  For this recent workshop, the inner ear was  honoured as eyes were bandaged and participants invited to centre on their sense of balance and movement through space.  Momentarily deprived of vision and partially of hearing --body orientation, head position, sensation of muscles and joints in body,…Read more In the Labyrinth of the Senses

Give Receive

The Rainy months of Spring are a reminder that the elements are in constant négociation. The Earth absorbing the water, the water finding its way down into the water table. While the sky breaks open and torrential rains fall, the earth yields, receiving. And soon from the earth against all odds, the seed that has…Read more Give Receive

Spring Equinox

A cloudy Parisian sky greets the day..but there are colours to feed our longing for full garden planters or the meadows of woodland blooms that Springtime announces.  An Holi inspired expression of joy to coax the sun out from behind the grey sky-cloak keeps a group of women going for a short pre-work chilly morning hour,…Read more Spring Equinox

Walking

Is the body the same on both sides? As we examine closely the effort involved in walking, notice the complexity  engaging feet, legs, hips, pelvis, arms. There is raising, lifting, pushing, dropping, touching, pressing. The shifting of the weight, the balancing of the arms. Can we feel that the body is more assymetrical than symetrical? How…Read more Walking