The Mindful Body audio-series consists of five, carefully crafted and gentle embodiment sessions between 15-25 minutes each which you can complete entirely at your own pace. You may do these sessions in stillness, or explore movement throughout. Throughout the series, you will be invited to feel through areas of the body like your skin, your heart, and your bones. By connecting with these aspects of the body, you will be guided to find a sense of calm release, rest and invigoration.
This audio-series is designed to be approachable for beginners and also to support those with experience in embodiment. I especially hope to reach those who are experiencing screen-fatigue, but who are still looking for some guidance to allow them to release tension, and connect with their body in the present moment.
Gabriela Petrov is a theatre artist and educator based in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal. She has devised and performed original works in Canada and the US for over eight years. She is a graduate of Naropa University’s Contemporary Performance MFA program in Boulder, Colorado where she specialized in somatic movement, contemplative approaches to creation and the Six Viewpoints. Gabriela has taught performance practices independently and at institutions including McGill, Concordia and Naropa University. In her independent teaching practice, Gabriela leads embodiment workshops for artists from a diversity of disciplines. Her recent work explores creating space for new forms of joyful and chaotic improvisation. With support from the Canada Council of the Arts, Gabriela is currently exploring advanced somatic training and continues to create new educational and artistic offerings for her community and beyond.
If cost is a barrier for you to participate, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mindful Body Audio-Series is brought to you with support from the Jeunes Volontaires program through Emploi-Québec.
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