Symud workshops are open to all who are curious about learning from their own body and imagination. There is an inherent grace that appears in movement when we begin to source and trust our own dance. It’s a delicate mix of our history, biography and gravity responses.  The workshops focus on processes that support active dialogues between our sensation and our imagination.

Through structured improvisations we give value to trusting the unknown and in turn the unknowable dances that can appear as a resource for us. A way to begin is usually to slow down just enough so that we can begin to hear what wants to move within us, like archeology, we slowly see what appears as we uncover what has been hidden.

The movement work is supported by other art-forms such writing, drawing, and some use of images and objects as a way to ground and expand our perspectives.

Workshop participants are led through a series of invitations, that support us to experience the body, our imaginations and how we attend creatively to the moment to moment shifting awareness that comes about while dancing.

No experience is necessary, but a willingness to work openly with self directed attention.