Cultivating Playfulness and Creativity

 —  —

Reimagine

In times of stress, a sense of playfulness can be quick to disappear and slow to return without intentional cultivation. For some of us, acting playfully was subtly (or not) discouraged, and can be hard to come by organically.

In this space of creative expression, and empathic listening, rooted in the principles of Non-Violent Communication, we can reconnect with the playful parts of ourselves.

Choreographer and Transformational Facilitator Sasha Soreff, offers a gentle warm up, discussion and guided (optional) movement exploration. Whatever range of motion and mode of expression feels authentic and comfortable for you is welcome.

$5-$25

pair of red sneakers

photo by Renee Dumouchel

photos  by Yi-Chun Wu, Judy Aiges Sasha Soreff

pictured: Desira Barnes (in two images), Nathan Duszny, Ryan Leveille, Mika Yanagihara and Ana Romero; Marcia-Elizabeth Baker- Thompsen, Masanori Asahara, Sasha Soreff