Tamalpa Dance in San Francisco
with Joy Cosculluela
DATES: Saturdays, May 31st - June 21st, 2014
TIME: 11AM - 12:30PM
COST: $15/class or $48 for class series (Discount of $12/class)
LOCATION: Mobu Dance Studio
1605 Church St. (at 28th St)
San Francisco, CA 94131
Using Anna Halprin’s Movement Ritual somatic practice and Tamalpa Life/Art Process, this class will focus on cultivating kinesthetic awareness and embodied expression. We will begin with structured movement to provide an internal - external experience of the body in motion. We'll expand our creativity by adding dance explorations and improvisations. Join the class to replenish energy, experience more connection with yourself, or simply to enjoy dancing! All levels welcome, no dance experience needed!
Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a journal. The Mobu Dance Studio is accessible by the MUNI "J" line. Walking distance from the 24th Street shopping area. It is a residential-commercial neighborhood, please allow extra time for parking.
Joy Cosculluela, MFA, RSME / MT is a movement artist, a performance maker, and a cultural researcher. She has trained and performed extensively with dance pioneer Anna Halprin. Joy collaborates with other artists in the Bay Area, integrating shared and diverse human experience. Joy founded the Wayfinders Performance Project and directed “Homing Devices,” a dance-theatre production exploring stories of home. She works as a professional movement therapist and teaches movement and performance at Tamalpa Institute in Kentfield, CA.