Introductory Skinner Releasing Technique Workshop – Facilitated by Gaby Agis

Introductory Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT) Workshop, Facilitated by Gaby Agis

Saturday 8 September 12:00-5:00pm
Sunday 9 September 12:00-2:30pm

£65 / CDS Members £55
RSVP via email: ellatighe@hotmail.com

 

This Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT) workshop is open to all: from those who are new to the form
or those looking to reconnect with their releasing process. Over this weekend we will cover the first
three classes from the SRT introductory pedagogy. There will be time for dancing, drawing, writing,
and a lunch break on the Saturday.

In SRT classes, spontaneous movement evoked by guided poetic imagery, supported by music and
sound, enables a creative and easily accessible exploration of technical movement. Principles such as
multi-directional alignment, suppleness, suspension, economy and autonomy are explored within a
creative process. As participants let go of habitual holding patterns, they are supported to cultivate an
increasing sensitivity to their own physical and imaginative experience. The result can be a deeply
embodied awareness of new possibilities in how they move – both inside the studio as dancers and
creators, and in daily life.

To book or for more info email:  ellatighe@hotmail.com

 


About The Artist:

Gaby Agis is a dancer, choreographer and teacher whose SRT practice is intrinsic to her creative process. She has been teaching SRT for over twenty five years, both at Introductory and Ongoing levels. Since 2010 Gaby has been involved in teaching on SRT Teacher’s Training Programmes. She had taught a wide range of students throughout the world teaching: both long-term professional dance artists and those new to dance. As well as teaching in dance institutions, Gaby has collaborated with students of architecture, theatre and the visual arts, and continues to be inspired by the possibilities that SRT brings to different communities. She has created over 35 performance works over four decades.

www.gabyagis.com