WAKE UP & MOVE by hAmoves Eurythmy
Spring Eurythmy Circle: WAKE UP & MOVE
(harmonious movement for conscious living)
Tuesday, March 21 at 7 pm
Balance Arts Center
34 West 28th St, NYC
(btwn Bdwy + 6th ave)
Register early at http://ssi.hamoves.net/eurythmy-circles/
Space allows only up to 12 people. $25 paid in advance.
Catch the last Zodiac circle in the series... Monthly Zodiac eurythmy sessions have been going on since last April... and we’ve come the full circle to the beginning of Spring. Have you missed the previous classes? No worries... Each one is tailored for the newbies. Step forward with awakened moves...
Experience conscious unity of people moving together in a eurythmy circle, led by Soulful Wizardess Marta Stemberger. We will move gentle harmonious movement exercises to live piano music and beautiful poetry.
Open to all who can walk. No prior movement experience is needed.
Here are some reflections by people who attended Marta's eurythmy circles:
“The one thing that struck me was how calm and content I felt after her class.”
“I was amazed how serene and invigorated I felt after moving in unity with everyone.”
“Marta is a passionate, giving, kind soul, who centered me, calmed me that day with eurythmy movement.”
“Marta's spontaneous sharings are refreshing to hear, and inspired inner stirring. I appreciate her authenticity in sharing what arose for herself during the class, which I found beautiful.”
SHARE YOUR VIBRANT LIGHT IN A CIRCLE OF LIKE-MINDED SOULS.
Eurythmy is the breathing, alive space among people; it’s the flow of energy as we move along, towards, through, past each other. Not just “dancing with” as in folk dance, or “dancing at” as in ballet, but consciously cultivating the aliveness among the movers. Time and space are crafted into a magical opening where we can all glimpse our own true dreams, the dreams that we were born with, the path of humaneness that awaits our discovery.
Eurythmy is a performance art, pedagogical tool, movement therapy, social art, spiritual practice. It harmoniously blends aspects of movement meditation, social yoga, social tai chi, sacred dance, sacred geometry, esoteric astrology, spatial and kinesthetic awareness, poetry appreciation, musical sensibility, to name just a few ingredients. Rudolf Steiner, who developed eurythmy in the 1910s and 1920s, created a rich set of tools that allow us to make the sounds of music and poetry visible through movement, to transform the inner human activity—images and thoughts—into conscious harmonious movement.
People often ask: “Why would one do this particular movement art?” Let me share with you a short list of the benefits that I’ve personally experienced in myself and observed in others:
– Balance your thoughts, feelings, actions
– Harmonize all dimensions of your earthly existence
– Cultivate spatial and kinesthetic awareness
– Enhance your capacity for creative problem-solving
– Experience the soothing unity of people moving together
– Nourish your life forces for increased well-being
– Increase your overall grace and flow
– Elevate your vibrations to feel peaceful
– Relax and dissolve stress
Soulful Wizardess Marta Stemberger, MA, is a harmonious movement teacher, mindful translator, spiritual researcher, and featured Huffington Post blogger. Marta earned her BA in Liberal Arts and MA in Liberal Studies, both at The New School, with a focus on women studies through the lens of history and sociology. She holds an artistic eurythmy diploma from Eurythmy Spring Valley, NY, a Certificate of Dance from Alvin Ailey American Dance Center, NYC, has studied at Martha Graham Dance Center, NYC, and with Bessie Schonberg, NYC. Marta has taught movement, performed, and lectured in her native Slovenia, Europe, and the U.S. since 1989. Currently, she teaches public eurythmy courses in NYC, works on new eurythmy solos, has her own radio show, writes two blogs, and gives lectures and workshops.
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For more info visit and to register visit http://ssi.hamoves.net/eurythmy-circles/.
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Tuesday, March 21 at 7 pm
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