The demands of modern life leave many of us stressed day in and day out. Trying to find a balance between the daily pressures of family, friends and self can be a trial and even the technologies that supposedly make life better challenge our wish to live with ease and grace.
But there is a solution! Discover Awareness Through Movement lessons and how they can relieve tension and improve your quality of life and wellbeing.
On the weekend of 3 and 4 November, the Australian Feldenkrais Guild NSW Division is hosting two public workshops with Lavinia Plonka, Director of the Asheville Movement Centre in North Carolina USA. All are welcome to come along and attend one or both workshops:
Workshop 1 - Unshouldering the Burden
Are your shoulders up by your ears? Curving forward so that sitting up straight is becoming a chore? Groaning with stiffness and pain? How many shoulds are you piling on your shoulders? This day we learn how to lighten the load, relieve tension and put your shoulders in their place.
Workshop 2 - The Breath Connection
Of course, you are breathing, otherwise, you wouldn't be reading this. But stress, whether it's traumatic, or simply chronic, can impact your breath and consequently, your health. Enjoy this delicious day of connecting your breath to your movement, your mood, and your health.
About Lavinia Plonka
Lavinia Plonka is an internationally recognised workshop leader and author of several books and audio programs about the Feldenkrais Method. Lavinia is the Director of the Asheville Movement Centre in North Carolina, USA.
She has taught the Feldenkrais Method® for over 25 years. Her published work includes exploring the relationship of body language to the Feldenkrais Method. Her work has been translated into several languages. As well as teaching internationally, Lavinia is a mime and choreographer. She worked for the Guggenheim Museum and performed for over 25 years. She is a Certified Teacher of the Alba Method and is the Former Vice President of the Feldenkrais Guild of North America.
Bookings for What's Stress Got To Do With It? are now open. Both workshops will be held at Harold Park Tramsheds Community Centre, Glebe. Purchase a Single Day or Weekend Pass from events.humanitix.com.au/stress. The fee starts from $120 and proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Women's Community Shelters which provides emergency accommodation for homeless women in NSW.
Purchase a Single Day or Weekend Pass from events.humanitix.com.au/stress.
The fee starts from $120 and proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Women's Community Shelters which provides emergency accommodation for homeless women in NSW.
For more information on What's Stress Got To Do With It? and ticketing options, please visit events.humanitix.com.au/stress