In March 2015 I performed in a second season of OVERWORLD by Sarah Aiken & Rebecca Jensen. The work was a part of Dance Massive Festival 2015 at Arts House, Melbourne and.. it SOLD OUT!
I love love love performing this crazy work. Audiences walk around us, sit in front of us, line up in front of us, sit around us, dress me, watch me getting undressed, lie down and close their eyes, get up and see me on a screen. Lots of exciting challenges.
There are few different reviews this time, I find this one by Jordan Beth Vincent the most interesting.
The beginning of 2014 saw a beautiful new thing happen!!! I facilitated the first series of Smooth Moves: morning yoga and raw smoothie at Shoku Iku cafe in Westgarth.
It has been amazingly fulfilling to share yoga with people in a way that feels true to me and inspires me. Shoku Iku is one of my favourite cafes in the world. Yoko’s (the owner) passion for honest, raw, ethical, super tasty nutrient-packed food is contagious! So the idea of running a yoga class there followed by a raw smoothie came naturally. These Monday morning session have been a beautiful, grounding way to start the week with 90min for our internal space and then 30min or so for enjoying the company of the other yogi(ni)s and of course the delicious smoothies.
I am humbled by the beautiful feedback I’ve received and the class being chock-a-block for a couple of the sessions. There will definitely be another series starting soon, most likely in April!
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To celebrate this year’s winter solstice Sarah Aiken and Rebecca Jensen organised a ‘dark yogic disco’. Facilitated by Rebecca, Sarah, Natalie Abbott and myself, we each led a group of people through an hour of yogic postures, chants and some good old interpretative dance disco moves. The groups were divided based on our star signs and corresponding elements: Air, Fire, Water and Earth. I was leading all the Earth-lings in the room and, what can I say, we rocked!