Movement in Relationship groups are a place to practice and integrate Body-Informed Leadership skills. They enable participants to contact the body-based dynamics at the root of how they show up in relationship, to experiment and play with new ways of being, to witness others and be witnessed, and to hold a kind-hearted, experiential inquiry into what it means to practice interconnection at the body-based level.
Who is it For?
Movement in Relationship can be used by organisations and groups as a self-supervision practice, to unearth and consciously engage with underlying relational dynamics; for world-changers, it can be a place to compassionately explore and shift the body-states that underlie inequality or separation; or, for individuals joining an ongoing group practice, it can be a personal forum for body-based self-exploration, transformation, and enrichment.
More About MIR Sessions
Each session is structured to provide optimal safety and support, while offering participants freedom to connect deeply with their own experience and process.
Sessions typically include: playful exercises that cultivate freedom of expression in vocal sound and body movement; mindfulness practices that support the interweaving of consciousness, sensation, body movement, and vocal sound; Individual and group sound and movement explorations; and, skillful communication practices.
Action Theater, Active Imagination, Authentic Movement, Body-Mind Centering, Circle Process, community ritual, Continuum Movement, Dance/Movement Therapy, Deep Play, improvisational theater, moving mindfulness, Non-Violent Communication, Roy Hart Theater, Theory U.