This workshop is open to all levels of experience however some level of fitness is expected as we play with momentum and weight sharing. Trust always comes
into the equation, but mostly a sense of play must be cultivated within the technique in order to dance. We will enliven our bodies and take that into
solo and duet CI play.
Kimberley’s journey with CI started in 1995. She has studied in Australia and OS with inspiring teachers including pioneers Nancy Stark Smith, Andrew Harwood
and Helen Clarke Lapin. Kimberley began teaching in 1999. She has taught at the Australian CI Convergence over several years and has a practice of
release based technique and performance Improvisation.
Cost: $25 per person
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