Moving Into Abundance 5Rhythms® Dance Workshop
from Friday, February 2, 2018 20:30 to Sunday, February 4, 2018 18:30
Houna Center Hamnra , Beirut, Lebanon
Do you feel a lack of abundance in your life?
Do you sense that there is more abundance possible, but you don’t know?
In this workshop we discover ways that we can open more towards abundance. We will learn new ways of moving, both physically and mentally in order to become receptive, open, grounded. More conscious of our selves as well as the possibilities we have around has.
As a natural life flow abundance goes where there is openness. And once we discover how we can allow this flow, it will come our way.
All the 5Rhythms: Flowing, Staccato, Chaos, Lyrical and Stillness have their own way of teaching is about our relationship with abundance..
Once we practice embodying these rhythms we will find our own ways to allow the abundance to flow, express, transform, blossom and rest in us.
Our body is an amazing tool, teaching us how to move where energy seems to be stuck or blocked. It’s a powerful mirror of the ways we limited ourselves in our thoughts and beliefs.
Through sensory and tactile experience we realize how we can open up, become fluid and connected to the flow of life and move these blockages in order to (re-) move our beliefs and patterns.
Friday 2 February 2018: 20:30 - 22:30
Saturday the 3rd and Sunday the 4th of February: 12:30-18:30
Mirjam van Hasselt
Certified 5 Rhythms Teacher (Heartbeat & Waves)
Trained by Gabrielle Roth (from Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
Introductory evening 20:30- 22:30 (25 $)
Early-bird price (workshop + Introductory evening): 130 $ payment before the 10th of January
Full price (only for the workshop): 160 $ payment after the 10th of January
IMOVE envisions a society in which children and women are safe, free of any harm caused by conflicts, oppression and violence. Where they are empowered to realize their full potential and desired academic achievements in a sustainable way in harmony within the community.
The foundation promotes free, expressive movement and yoga among trainers, aid workers and teachers working with disadvantaged and displaced children and women. These activities are based on the recognition that the mental health, resilience and emotional wellbeing of children are fundamental to their education, social relations, major health outcomes as well as growth and academic achievements.