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The Still Point

At times of great stress it is especially necessary to achieve a complete freeing of the body.”

— KONSTANTIN STANISLAVSKI

 
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The Still Point
with
Kim Gillingham


Calming the nervous system and entering an open state of creative relaxation. A morning workshop with two opportunities in February.

Monday
April 30
10:30am – 12:30pm


Silverlake — The Loft


Through breath, sound and gentle movement we will seek to calm the nervous system, release patterns of haste and stress and rest in the still point. 

In an environment of increased distraction and agitation it becomes imperative for the artist to develop a method of reliable contact with the creative source. From there we can find fresh material to bring back to the culture through our artistry. These classes will explore this practice.  Working with gentle, subtle movement, sound, breath and guided relaxation, we will seek to calm the nervous system, release patterns of haste and stress and rest in the still point. Different modalities will be taught each session and an hour of practice will follow.  An audio file of the 'drop in' will be available to participants of the class for continued home practice to encourage our systems to reset, re-pattern and bloom into our inherent potential.


Limited to an intimate group of 8 participants.  


Each class is led by Kim Gillingham.


Tuition for class is $100.
 

Scholarship / financial aid positions are available.
Please ask.

By application only. Please click APPLY below and fill out the form including a brief note speaking to your interest in the work, any experience with somatic, inner and creative work.

You will be contacted shortly if we are able to place you in class or include you on the wait list.

Earlier Event: April 26
Writing From The Unconscious