K'Lo HarrisMicro to macro
Moving our cellular selves into exploring our expanding, contracting, overlapping and highly mobile kinesphere. This class will introduce the practice of cellular breath, the small dance of our bodies, before expanding out into our ‘skinesphere’ and kinesphere.
K’lo is a Somatic Movement Educator trained with the School for Body-Mind Centering® in America, France and Italy. She completed a year’s Somatic Performance training with Katy Dymok and Mark Taylor and holds a degree in Creative Arts - specialising in directing, devising, physical theatre, choreography and somatic practice. K’lo also facilitates Contact Improvisation and is a Shiatsu Practitioner. Her personal passion and continuing exploration is embodied play, improvisation and performance.
“The body for me is a place of wonder, which we spend most of our lives treating like a vehicle we ride around in, however we are our body and our body is us, the way we move reflects who we are. Somatic practices offer an opportunity to slow down and listen to our whole self, the billions of cells that make up the community of us. Whether it’s the cells, the bones, the muscles, the organs or our fluid selves - they all offer pathways of expression that can not only help rehabilitation and re-patterning, but can facilitate new creative expression. Somatic practice is a process and life practice, which gives the gift of yourself to yourself.”