Powerful physical theatre fuelled by the body and mind
When teaching theatre we explore how movement, emotions and breath interact in your body and on the stage.
We draw on elements of Biomechanics, Jacques Lecoq, Decroux, gestalt, body psychotherapy and neuroscience to investigate the full potential of the expression of the body and mind together on stage. We also explore the impediments to this.
I teach experiential sessions of acting training, focusing on the connection with the body and its expression on the stage. This work draws on elements of physical theatre, dance, gestalt, neuroscience and body psychotherapy.
What do we do?
Through a series of physical and dynamic exercises, participants are be nurtured to make work individually and as an ensemble. I focus on methods to create embodied movement for stage using the physiology of breath to explore emotions and to support them to relate with themselves, with peers and with the observer in a creative way.
Emotional exploration is framed within the ethics of the field of psychotherapy.