More about this workshop
You will have the opportunity to explore your relationship with:
- Being vs doing
- Gravity and buoyancy
- Taking up space
- Living in the body we have today
- Bringing forth your energy into your life and the world
We will be using metaphor, imagination and both recorded and live music to support and explore our time together. Wear comfortable layered clothes, bare feet or flat shoes are ok. The floor is wooden and there is heating.
Regardless of age, gender, capacity or experience with movement, this workshop is for anyone who wants to befriend their body as a resource to coming home.
Shyness and shame are welcome too!
If you have a question about the workshop feel free to contact Eva on 0416 043 296
We are all of us, unique - each a unique pattern of creativity and if we do not fulfill it, it is lost for all time. Martha Graham
About Eva Papadopoulo
Cert.Couns. Grad Dip. Psychotherapy, Mem., A.A.S.P. Member PACFA Register.
Eva is a psychotherapist and is in private practice in Sydney. She has been a MBSR teacher with Openground since 2004 and is a co-director and mindfulness teacher with the Mindfulness Training Institute of Australia and New Zealand. Eva trained in body-oriented, contemporary psychodynamic, developmental and relational orientations with the Somatic Institute of Australia in 2000. She has a professional and personal interest in how our relationship to the body is formed, how this affects both aliveness and deadness and how we relate and move through the world. Her interest in an integrated body-mind approach has been deepened through many years of practice in insight meditation, yoga, Ortho-Bionomy, Body Mind Centering (BMC) and movement and theatre improvisation.
Baran is a Sydney based multi-instrumentalist from Turkey. His music combines melodies and rhythms of the Middle East and Africa with a modern touch on the hang drum, piano and various percussion instruments. His solo hang drum & percussion project has been hosted by various music, arts and well-being focused events over the world and he has accompanied globally acknowledged musicians in prominent festivals and venues. Baran has also been doing volunteering work in children's hospitals and nursing homes, offering his music as a healing and relaxation modality.