Vinn Arjuna Martí presents Soul Motion®, a conscious dance and movement practice (3/6)

On March 6th at 7:30PM in Kenyon Dance Studio 2, Vinn Arjuna Martí will teach Soul Motion®, a conscious dance and movement practice which cultivates our capacity for listening to the deep wisdom of the body and the silent whisperings of the soul. When we spiral alone and together as curious souls in motion both on the dance floor and into our everyday lives, our capacity to trust and flow with life is greatly enhanced. In this state of open relaxation we can connect deeply with the essence of who we are and tap into the source of our creativity, our wonder, our true soul essence. Soul Motion will transform the way you move across the room and the way you move through your life.

Arjuna brings with him humor and warmth, a street-wise sensibility and mastery of movement inquiries and insight which creates a field for deep compassionate listening, self awareness and transformation. Arjuna has been walking and dancing the path of embodied spirituality for more than 35 years, training as a dancer, choreographer, senior teacher of Gabrielle Roth’s 5 Rhythms before creating Soul Motion.

“Soul Motion is a conscious dance practice that utilises facilitated and unscripted movement, recorded music from all genres, and stillness practice to access creativity, cultivate healthy relationships, and dialogue with that divine spark that animates all living things.” Vinn Arjuna Martí.“The freedom and awareness that Soul Motion instills in you from the onset, was the key to a multi level opening of my body and soul.” Elvina Muir- 2016 Participant.

Sponsored by The Carolyn Fay Grant Endowment Committee.

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Posted by Office of Communications Friday, March 1, 2019