What is a webinar?
An online mini-seminar that you can participate in wherever you are as long as you have internet access. This webinar series is for you if you want to:
• Connect with the world wide web of Movement Medicine dancers
• Bring the experiences of the workshop space into your day-to-day life
• Experience Movement Medicine, even if you’ve never been near a workshop in your life!
• Either experience the webinar live or catch up whenever you want to via the archive section
• Have access to all the past webinars in the archive to experience as often and whenever you want.
HOW WILL IT WORK?
You pre-register (see below). You clear a little space in your living room, go online, take a deep breath, let go and let the dancer in you take it from there.
Why not give it a go? Even if you’ve never tried it before, or if you’re certain you have two left feet. Want to try webinar before signing up? Watch below:
REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR SESSIONS
Sign up online through Paypal (you do not have to have a PayPal account to use this service, instead of logging in click ‘continue checkout’ and fill in the form). The cost is £35 for 10 webinars. If after the first webinar, you find it is not for you, you can get a full refund if you let us know within 48 hours of that webinar. To sign up click the button below. It is best to do this in advance so that there is time for you to have your account activated and be ready to access the webinars:
2018: 9 January (Rosie Perks), 6 February (Susannah), 13 March (Ya’Acov), 10 April (Rosie Perks), 8 May (Ben Yeger), 5 June (Rosie Perks), 10 July (Christian de Sousa), 11 September (Ben Yeger), 9 October (Ya’Acov), 6 November (Susannah), 11 December (David Mooney)
This is an ongoing event. Further information about the seminar leaders will be posted when confirmed. Each webinar is 90 minutes long and will take place from 19.30 – 21.00 (UK time).
Click here for pdf of workshop flier.
Bringing the Dance Back Home – March 2014
I must have needed to dance really badly – February 2013
Things to look out for in the New Year – January 2013
Get on Your Bike – October 2011
Bringing the Dance Back Home – September 2011