Saturday, September 14, 2013

expandance Workshop NYC this Monday Sept 16th


Move from pure consciousness - Slow down enough to access your center and really feel what's going on with your body - Relax into being!

GREAT for improvisers - Learn how to connect instantly to your body and be fearless in leading with movement
GREAT for actors - Learn how to use nervous energy to maximize your performance
GREAT for professional dancers too - Over the years, we have consistently found that dancers who practiced the expandance technique had far fewer injuries
GREAT for people with sit-down jobs - Release tension in the back and learn ways to relax at work

Monday Sept 16th 7.30 - 9.30pm 
Keystone studio, 252 West 30th Street 4B (near 8th Ave)
Cost $20 
RSVP by e-mailing me

This 2 hour event is open to all. Absolutely no prior dance experience required, just a desire to get more in your body, to learn to love yourself on a deeper level, and to connect more deeply with your intuition.

"expandance has helped me to heal things in my body I couldn't access from just talking them through. The first time I ever experienced it, I never felt more alive."

- Caitlin Kelley, Brooklyn

Please RSVP via e-mail to me to reserve your space.

$20 payable at the door or in advance via PayPal to

More info:

The expandance technique brings together decades of professional ballet and contemporary dance training, teaching and choreography, Alexander technique study, Transforming Cellular Memory training, and experience in healing, theatre and public speaking. It is a healing movement technique unlike any other. If you’ve tried other intuitive forms of dance and longed to go even deeper into connection with your body, your spirit, the space or the other dancers in the room, I highly recommend the expandance technique. Whether you are a seasoned dancer, an athlete, or someone who has never danced before, this is a technique that can greatly help you move through life in a smoother, more intuitive manner.

Directions: 252 West 30th Street is near 8th Avenue
Near Penn Station - A / C / E trains

Wear comfortable clothes, pants that won't trip you up, and bare feet. There is limited space available to change. Bring water. Any questions feel free to e-mail me!

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