dance as a way to integrate mindful awareness.

Music, mindfulness and dance is an insightful and powerful way to help people develop skills to be with emotions in their bodies. We use music to help people regulate emotions, to build resilience and expand gently the window of presence; an ability to be present for an increasing circle of experiences.

Offering Open Floor in Brazil - Moving to Learn Mindfulness

 
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Feedback…

Thank you for your amazing workshop which truly reconnected my body to my powerful inner essence. The feeling I had in my body reminded me how dormant I had been in this connection. The playfulness and freedom of expression through dance awakened my spirit in a profound experience that left me light, refreshed and in pursuit of keeping this joyful feeling alive.

Thank you Jaime and Julianna for providing a safe space to explore our connection to self and humanity, I believe our communities would be full of health and vitality and connection if we all connected with our fire within in this playful and explorative medium. I can not go back, please continue the work you are doing, the world needs you.

Heidi Wilton Participant May 2019

 
Jaime combines his great skills as a mindfulness teacher with facilitated dance exploration. He created a unique blend of meditation/mindfulness and using dance and movement to get in touch with self, others and the world. He took us on a journey of discovery and connections and held the space for me to allow myself to get in touch with my inner truth. The exquisite choice of music/exercises created space to have fun, explore, and took me on a journey of self-discovery. I highly recommend this course to anyone who aspires to become more consciousness and who loves to be expressive with dance/ movement.   The course has been a jewel for me and I loved the beautiful space that was provided by Jamie - inside and outside
— Barbara Eisele.
 

Common Ground

There's an essential movement language we all speak when we take these questions to the dance floor. We call on universal elements that are inherent in any moving body, such as breath, gravity, centering, expansion and contraction. This is the common ground that all embodiment practices share. 
Open Floor is where the rubber meets the road – a place for creative focus and loving attention.

 

Common Sense

Since the beginning of time human beings have gathered to dance. Mindful movement practice is growing rapidly all over the planet because it's good for us. People who dance regularly have keener minds, greater emotional intelligence, and a calmer presence. Connection, compassion, and communities grow. In this challenging world, common sense tells us to spend time dancing.

 

Common Good

The ripple effect is inescapable. One dance can change someone’s day, one act of kindness can inspire a whole community. Students often leave a session able to bring a more generous presence out into the world. We dedicate our work to the common good, to the benefit of all beings.

 

Common ground.              Common sense.              Common good.

 

This is what we cultivate on the Open Floor.