Functional Movement Retreat with Kathleen Rea Sept 2-4 2022

Friday, September 02 2022 7:00 PM - Sunday, September 04 2022 3:00 PM [EDT]

38159 Prince of Wales Rd W, Mulmur, ON L9V 0C5, Ontario, L9V 0C5, Canada

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Friday, September 02 2022 7:00 PM - Sunday, September 04 2022 3:00 PM [EDT]

Unicamp or Onatrio, 38159 Prince of Wales Rd W, Mulmur, ON L9V 0C5, Ontario, L9V 0C5, Canada.

BANNER IMAGE DESCRIPTIONA person stand in a field of grass with their hands upraised. Overplayed is a woman reaching in a ark over her head as well as the Unicamp of Ontario Logo which read "Unicamp- where you value come to play" written in rainbow lettering.

 

DESCRIPTION
Study functional movement, lead by Kathleen Rea. Information relevant to the training, preparation, and performance of the moving human body and comparative data on flexibility, strength, alignment, injuries, and movement practices. Anatomical attributes and ways of moving that are basically safe and energy conservative will be explored. Kathleen will refer to physics, anatomy, and relevant scientific data from various fields.

 

Kathleen is inspired to teach this content as part of her ongoing studies and practice of:

-  The MELT Method system of working with Fascia (Certified in hands and foot treatment)

- Buteyko Breath Technique (Certified Teacher). This training influences how Kathleen works with the diaphragm and oral tongue posture to influence core stability.

- Axis Syllabus (of which she is a teacher candidate)

 

FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/414171380619431

 

LOCATION: Unicamp of Ontario, 38159 Prince of Wales Rd W, Mulmur, ON L9V 0C5

 

CLASS SIZE: Enrolment is limited to 15

 

DATES: Sept 2 to 4, 2022

 

TIMES
Friday 7:00 PM to 9:00 pm

Saturday 10am to 12noon and 3:00pm to 6:00pm

Sunday 10am to 12noon and 1:00pm to 3:00 pm

Yes plenty of time in built to enjoy swimming, camp-fires, hiking and social-time

 

COST OF WORKSHOP: Sliding Scale available: $120 – $210 (does not include meals or camping)

 

REGISTRATION FOR WORKSHOP
https://events.eventzilla.net/e/sept-2-to-4-functional-movement-retreat-with-kathleen-rea-2138581154

 

STAY AND MEALS
Please go to
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfzBQsyV1f6AjoE9fplYjiwpFwYykNBYaQqAkW5qfVktOzcrQ/viewform

to sign up for camping, dorms or a cottage

- You can sign up for a meal plan or cook your own (though this is not allowed in dorms... just for camping or cottages)

-You can also do a hybrids (example make you own breakfast and lunch and sign up for dinners)

 

FOR MORE INFO: contact Kathleen at kathleenrea@rogers.com

 

ALL LEVELS: Those with disabilities are welcome and Whellchair accessible accommodations are available. Let’s talk about what you may need to attend.

 

TEACHER: Kathleen Rea danced with Canada’s Ballet Jorgen, National Ballet of Canada & Tiroler Landestheater (Austria). She fell in love with contact improvisation (CI) 21 years ago and has been involved in the CI community ever since. She has choreographed over 40 dance works and been nominated for 5 DORA awards. Kathleen has a Master’s in Expressive Arts with a minor in Psychology. She has a passion for functional movement and is a teacher candidate for the Axis Syllabus. She is also trained in the MELT method for hands and feet and is a certified Buteyko Breath Practitioner. She is the director of REAson d’etre dance productions a not-for-profit contact improvisation-based dance company that produces a weekly dance jam in Toronto, the Contact Dance International Film Festival, and dance-theatre productions. Being on the autism spectrum she also identifies as being neuro-atypical and works to educate the world about neurodiversity.

 

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING: Bring a mask incase it is required. You might want knee pads and a bottle of water. Bug wear (long sleeved pants and shirt and hat for dusk when mosquitos become active. Suntan lotion.

 

COVID
All levels of vaccination and non vaccination are welcome

Mask are optional unless a partner you are working close with requests that you wear one (yes so please bring on just in case you will need it)

 

COVID PRE-SCREENING QUESTIONS:
Are you experiencing any of the following COVID-19 symptoms: shortness of breath/breathing difficulties, fever, coughing, loss of smell or taste, sore throat, headache, muscle pain, chills? If so you must not attend the class. We will give you a refund if you have already paid.

Do you recognize that despite these is still some risk in meeting socially to practice movement during a Pandemic? Do you accept this risk as part of your participation?

 

REAson d'etre dance productions

http://www.reasondetre.com/

REAson d'etre dance productions strives to provide artistic expression through movement, inclusive of age, ability, level background. We stage and program works based on Contact Improvisation so we can utilize the inclusiveness that can be a part of this dance form. Our vision is for both professional dancers and everyday people to be inspired and invigorated by Contact Improvisation. This mandate involves initiatives that work to dismantle racism and ablism and other "isms" as their existence hinders us in achieving our mandate. We are committed to examining the art form of contact improvisation and acknowledging its history of inequity, ablism, and racism. We strive to engage in a continuing process of educating ourselves and acting for change. We believe that increasing accessibility breaks down barriers to dance, creating a stunning humanity that is the heart of the artistic aesthetic we reach for. Our contact dance jams are the root from which all our programming grows. Our jams are a mix of performance, research, rehearsal, and incubator. A musician improvises, sweeping dancers into explorations of different themes. Teaming Contact Dance with exceptional live music deepens the form. People alternate between dancing and watching the performance. The jams build community. It's about relationships, with the quality of communication being the aesthetic measure. Classes in functional movement help Contact Dancers move with ease and prevent injury. We see healthy m

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