Cody will be teaching a Contact Improv class on Capitol Hill. If you are curious about this style of movement,, and want a glimpse of what could be in store for you when you schedule a Creative Movement Spa Session, check it out!
Here's the email she sent out today:
contact improv CONTACT IMPROV contact improv contact improv contact improv
** come learn it. play it. do it. enjoy it like crazy **
I'm just back from a week long jam and ready to share the goods! this will be two hours of learning and playing with the dance/sport contact improv.
curious what it is? you'll learn. already love it and want more? you'll get to play.
I will lead several exercises and activities to bring us into the dance. we'll have plenty of time to jam and have fun after. this is a non-intimidating, non-threatening and completely non-unthrilling contact class. feel free to send word out to friends/posse etcetera.
WHERE: studio current on capitol hill. directions at end of email.
WHEN: first monday of the month.TONIGHT 8/4 7-9pm.
BRING: comfy clothes. water. snacks. friends.
RSVP: helpful to let me know if you're coming.
WHO: all are welcome. no experience necessary. open to self-identified movers and non-dancers alike. this is an experimental class designed for all bodies, abilities and experience.
WHAT: this class combines movement exercises, body centering, stretching, dance, writing, meditation and goofing off. we explore and enjoy ways to move effectively in our own bodies and with each other. this class is great for clarifying what's up in your life and getting in alignment with what you want. THIS MONTH FEATURES CONTACT IMPROVISATION.
directions to studio current:
1417 10th Ave, between pike & union
studio current is a block off of broadway, the south end of capitol hill, located in the same building as SWEATBOX YOGA. it's down the street (on 10th) from nuemos. parking is typically easy on union but can be a pain, so give yourself parking time.
the door can be easy to miss, lots of posters, so look for the door to Sweatbox Yoga, enter, and keep going past the doggie school and we're the doors at the end of the hall.