Authentic Movement & Performance Making

What does it mean to touch and be touched?
To see and be seen?

Arambol Beach, Goa

Welcome to our movement oasis, located at Arambol Beach, North Goa, India. Built by the community, for the community; Forgotten Land is where we come to learn, play, and connect. Our unique ocean-side dance floor is the perfect place to sing, dance, and perform together.

What does it mean to touch and be touched?

To see and be seen?

From my perspective as a Dance Artist I am offering two workshops that will investigate these basic forms of relating. The first workshop will introduce Authentic Movement, a practice concerned with attending to sensation, witnessing each other and discovering the creativity of your inner world. The second workshop in Performance Making will apply principles from Authentic Movement as well as Contact Improvisation. We will develop skills in composition and also explore interdisciplinary languages including drawing, writing, sounding and speaking to create with what’s alive in the individual and collective process.

Cost of Authentic Movement: 2500 ₹

Cost of Performance Making: 7500 ₹

Both Workshops: 9000₹

What's Included:

This workshop is part of a 2-part series.

Authentic Movement- 28-29th January, 10-12.30am, 2500₹
Performance Making – 4-5th February, 10-6pm, 7500₹ lunch included

If you’d like to attend both events, please note so in the “Message” field on the registration.
The workshops can be taken together for 9000₹ or as individually priced

Additional questions can be sent to:
rosalindholgatesmith@gmail.com

Meet Your Facilitators

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Rosalind Holgate-Smith

Rosalind holds an MA in Dance Creative Practice and a BA in Fine Art and Choreography. She creates site-specific performances and installations informed by her practice and teaching in Authentic Movement, Contact Improvisation and Body-Mind Centering®. She is also a Yoga Instructor, a Shaw method Swimming teacher and offers one to one sessions in bodywork and movement therapy.
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