The Power of Love – a Soul Motion Dance workshop


Venue Space: Studio 6

With: Edgar Spieker

When: Friday 24th - Sunday 26th May


£170/ £150 early bird if purchased before 1st March

About this event

Love is probably the most profound, most meaningful and most abused word of all. Concepts and beliefs of what love is and how love shows up are numerous. This weekend is an attempt to investigate and experience love from the perspective of a dancer.

The dancer practices Self-Love by showing up in an authentic and natural way, knowing that there is no need to hide his or her truth in whatever way it reveals itself through movement. Dancers show love for each other by creating space for the other to move in. They practice seeing with the eyes of the heart. They support the other’s personal growth by witnessing compassionately and letting go of judgments and expectations.
In the presence of other dancers they love by serving for the good of all. They are ready to listen and answer with clarity in all directions. They know they are a unique, essential and necessary wave in the ocean of love.
Dancers know that love can blossom even more, when the dark side also receives attention, those emotions and expressions we tend to hide because they don‘t fit into the image we have about ourselves.
Let’s practice falling in love through the dance together. It’s easier than you think and can be more powerful than you ever dreamed of.

Edgar Spieker
Edgar Spieker is Soul Motion teacher and Dance Therapist residing in Hamburg, Germany. He is a Faculty Member of the Soul Motion School.
More info:
Fee: £170/ £150 early bird 1/3/19.

To book:

Adam Griffin
Phone: +44 7963678547

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