Join our first block of classes for this year and let your body-mind and imagination come into flower.
As we find our feet in this new era, let's plunge into exploring our bodies and how they change... share space and play together, ride on each other's energy waves and learn from each other's observations to enable our individual and collective flows to move together.
“The body is not a set entity. It constantly changes, like the weather.” – Min Tanaka, founder of BodyWeather
This block of six 2-hour weekly Monday classes will be led by either Tess de Quincey, Victoria Hunt or Linda Luke, all renowned solo dancers, choreographers and collaborators with De Quincey Co dance-performances and research.
You can drop in as a casual attendee or get discounted full-block bookings.
BodyWeather is a movement practice that fuses contemporary and ancient knowledge from both the East and the West. Exploring sensation and imagination, a range of playful exercises develop creativity, sensitivity and insight. Different energies and ways of moving – from fast and dynamic to slow and meditative – enable discovery of the body as an environment interconnecting with the greater environment.
Founded in Japan and adopted internationally, BodyWeather has roots in kinesiology, martial arts, dance and theatre. It was introduced to Australia in 1989 by Tess de Quincey who was a dancer with Min Tanaka in Japan 1985-1991. Bringing together lineages of physical traditions with contemporary thought, it opens new doors to ancient knowledge and wisdom.