Dancing with the Unconscious is a series of four workshops in Bristol aimed at making the unconscious conscious through dance, to integrate what is found and become less subject to the effects of what lies hidden in the shadows. You are welcome to attend any or all workshops.
After claiming the existence of three layers of the unconscious mind – of the vital unconscious in addition to Freud’s personal unconscious and Jung’s collective unconscious -, the father of Biodanza introduced us to the numinous unconscious.
It is with great delight that I invite you attend this workshop designed to help you dive deeper into your unconscious mind, one layer at a time…
In November we will dance to tap into the gifts of the collective unconscious and give them personal expression through simple yet powerful dance-movement exercises.
Carl Jung´s wish that the study of the collective unconscious would in the future attain a corporal dimension inspired the founder of the Biodanza system to explore the use of carefully chosen archetypal gestures capable of inducing profound transcendental experiences leading to personal transformation.
Let´s dance to embody and integrate ancestral wisdom of relevance to our daily lives.
Do bring a snack or something simple to share during the lunch break (1pm). We are a friendly bunch and would love you to join us.
If you have any friends who would like to try Biodanza but feel reluctant to commit 5 hours to something they´re not sure they will like, 1st timers and beginners are welcome to only attend the first session (11am-1pm) for half price and stay for shared lunch if they so wish. The same applies to those with health issues which would make it difficult to do the full workshop.
Super early-bird: £30 until 1st Sept
Early-bird: £35 until 12th Sept
£40 on the door
Special offer: £100 for the 4 workshops until 12th Sept
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for payment details.
You will find the directions to the venue on the Facebook event. Please allow extra time if it is your 1st time as the venue is well hidden away and can be tricky to find.