Slow dancing with chaos

con Jonathan Horan

workshop di danza 5Ritmi di livello Waves

Roma 26-28 ottobre 2018

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SLOW DANCING WITH CHAOS con JONATHAN HORAN
5Rhythms Waves level workshop

In these funky, frenetic times, we need our feet on the ground, our instincts intact and our intuition in full force. Being true to the signs and signals that come from within is our survival art, not to mention a way to move with integrity in a world in flux. Hidden in chaos, like the eye of the hurricane, is the moving center, your power center, a place deep in your belly that holds your equilibrium and harmony. The way to this center is a deep medicine journey, a journey of blood, bones and sweat — nothing less than an intimate affair with yourself.

When we are this connected to our true self, we respond instinctively and intuitively, rather than from fear or habit. We know when to stay and when to go, when to speak and when to be silent, when to be patient and when to push, when to rush full tilt and when to be still. And so we move. Fueled by the ecstatic language of the 5Rhythms®, this is movement as spiritual practice, a dancing, kinetic prayer of connection to the unpredictable mystery of it all.

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JONATHAN HORAN

JONATHAN HORAN · (USA)

Certified 5Rhythms Teacher

Jonathan Horan is Gabrielle Roth’s son and closest collaborator. He is the Executive Director of her international institute, 5Rhythms Global as well as the Director of The Moving Center School NYC. Jonathan has been immersed in the 5Rhythms practice throughout his life and continues to be a key catalyst in its evolution. He is a member of the core teaching faculty of both training and advanced work and teaches workshops of all levels around the world.

He has taught at Vassar College and currently teaches for a variety of institutes such as Esalen, Omega, Kripalu and Naropa Institute and an annual residency in Blue Spirit in Costa Rica.

His weekly NYC High Vibrations class has been featured in New York Magazine, Breathe, and the Daily News, and was chosen as the hottest movement class in New York by the Village Voice.

 

 

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