OUTDOOR SEASONAL SOMATICS

The monthly workshop sessions are appropriate for movers and dancers of all abilities who wish to awaken their relationship to mindful movement within the natural world, connecting to the elements and the seasons.

You will be invited to discover your own personal responses to movement through guided explorations: the somatic work aims to explore how moving from a deeply felt experience of the living body can stimulate creativity and facilitate well-being and self-awareness.

There will be dynamic shifts within the workshops with an overall emphasis on nurturing, calming, attending and listening to the body, being receptive and responsive to our environment and to others.

Please wear loose, comfortable weatherproof clothing and appropriate outdoor footwear.  Bring a notebook, pencil along with your own mask, wipes and sanitisers. You will be working physically distanced from other participants (2m apart).

New dates are:

Sat October 23rd 10.00-11.30
Minnowburn Park
This session will connect with the element of fire and autumn colours.

Sat November 27th 10.00-11.30
Stormont Park
This session will connect to tree skeletons, the forest and woodland animals.

Sat December 11th 10.00-11.30
Botanic Gardens
This session will connect to architecture of the palm house, tropical ravine and the plants within.

Due to Covid restrictions on numbers allowed to gather outdoors you book and pay online in advance for your place for each session. Book on to the October to December sessions here

About Facilitator Sandy Cuthbert

Sandy has a background in contemporary dance and movement improvisation. BA (Hons) Creative Arts, PGCE, Post-graduate Certificate in Contemporary Dance & Choreography-LCDS. Professional dancer-National Dance Company of Wales, In Transit, Maiden Voyage Dance, OfftheRails. Over 20 years dance lecturing experience. Sandy has an MA in Dance and Somatic Well-Being and is a professional member of ISMETA-Registered Somatic Movement Educator. She has a curiosity and interest in combining her loves of movement, art, design and the natural world.