Integral Movement and Performance Practice
Integral Movement and Performance Practice is a professional development course for practitioners within the performing, healing and educational arts who are interested in the use of movement, play and devised performance within environments for artistic and/or personal development. The course offers theatre pedagogues, educators in the performing arts, performing artists with a background/interest in teaching, or practitioners with existing training in a movement/performance based healing practice a practical and theoretical insight into fundamental concepts useful for pedagogical, educational and therapeutic work with masks, movement and devised performance. Linking the most important cornerstones of Jacques Lecoq's teachings around movement, masks and playfulness with C.G. Jung's concepts for personal growth, the program aims to offer an interdisciplinary approach to self development in and through the performing arts.
Facing the Threshold
Liminality and the creative process
Moving into the Shadow
Illuminating the Unlived in one's own life and culture
Breaking New Grounds
The artist as bringer of chaos, disorder and new visions
Shaping your own Myth
A Laboratory for the creation of performance projects
To be completed by summer 2018
For more course details, course dates, fees, and information on how to apply, please download our brochure here.