An expression which holds true by virtue of a combination of several factors: balance, isometrics and gravity in particular.
Find out about this exciting pathway towards optimal health while satisfying your need for movement and love of creative expression, dance and music.
Corinne’s methods, developed and tested at the University of Montreal and McGill over 13 years’ time, are easy and effective.
No previous experience necessary but Ballet training a big plus!
“You will not be disapointed no matter how much of a beginner you think you are*”
No registration required but encouraged. Call if you have any questions or concerns. (508) 423-9566.
The workshop will include series of fun, easy exercises which include but are not limited to:
Falling safely using sensory integration techniques
5 positions that will give participants basic skills to be comfortable on skates, on pavement or on ice (as we are heading into spring and the rink will closed for two month minimum).
To practice skating as an art & means of expression
To foster good technique and develop healthy practice habits, enhance health and well being for all ages at low cost to participants
To have fun throughout the year even during winters, which seem to be lasting longer.
Live music by David Stanwood and Andy Herr.
The second part of the workshop will venture into more advanced techniques, for those who may already be experienced and wish to increase their skill base such as:
Crossovers on both sides (to the right is difficult for most right handed folks typically) and improve their technique: edges, backwards skating, swift, sudden changes of direction, increased speed and control in turns, as well as learn how to do spins and jumps (if interested). Geared towards adult audiences. No previous experience necessary. Pre-registration encouraged but not required.