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Caryn McHose: Crossing Borders

Independent Dance continues its Crossing Borders 2015 series with a talk from Caryn McHose.

8 December | 7 - 8.30pm

Caryn's talk explores the biology of resonance and the biology of how we find body security. 'Body security is a more substantive and reliable security and source of regulation than psychological security based on thought, and we are able to find an embodied sense of sustainability in this way.'

Caryn sees the work of orientation to ground and space to omnidirectionality, and to the balance of interoceptive awareness and exteroceptive awareness as the ingredients to meeting our final frontier as human beings--the frontier of relationship which is really never solved; however, the capacity to share the dilemma with another is itself a fresh beginning. Artists are the ones to offer ways of opening the inquiry about who we are in relationship to each other, to nature, to culture, and to the matters of mortality.

Caryn McHose has been a somatic educator for over 45 years.

Parallel to her talk, Caryn will be leading a week-long workshop as part of Independent Dance’s WinLab 2015.

Tickets start at £6.50 (£5 concession)
To book, please call 020 7091 9650 or email info@independentdance.co.uk


Caryn McHose | talks


Date and Time:

8 December 2015 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Independent Dance
Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George's Road
020 7091 9650

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£6.50 (£5 concession)

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To book, please call 020 7091 9650 or email info@independentdance.co.uk

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