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Movement Playground Regular Classes

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Sun, 1 Mar 8:00AM - Sun, 28 Jun 9:30AM
Rs 2900 onwards
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Movement Playground

SAT & SUN
8am - 9.30am
Fees : 1 month - Rs.2900 | 2months - Rs.5250 | 3 months - Rs.7500
Drop in Rs.400

This class is works on ones joints to help them become healthier, stringer and move effortlessly.
It is also ideal for those who want to address injuries in their bodies.

As it's famously said 'A healthy mind resides in healthy body' 'Movement Playground' is a practice that offers everyone a deeper understanding of their bodies while increasing it's mobility range. It will offer an insight into correct alignment and develop Kinesthetic intelligence to improve one's quality of movement. The nuanced strengthening work will work towards developing freedom and find newer possibilities in one's usable range of motion.The classes will identify the existing weakness in the body, that maybe leading to restricted range of motion and correct it by working on localised muscle and joint strengthening. Movement Playground will offer increased body control, improved flexibility, strength and increase joint mobility. If you are keen to physically train through a system of self understanding and push your limits by being involved in locomotion movement, animal flow and challenge yourself physically Movement Playground will offer you that space. 'Find strength of your own Body'

Classes Conducted by Priyabrat Panigrahi a dancer, teacher and choreographer based in Bangalore.

*student discounts available


|| About Citizens of Stage Co Lab:

Citizens of Stage Co Lab is a collective of versatile, independent dancers who strive to share movement and dance with working professionals, students, artists, sportspeople, home makers, and the community at large. Based out of the state-of-the-art studios at Shoonya, Bangalore, it offers classes, workshops, and performances that combine technical skill, somatic awareness, and creativity. Ranging from mid-career artists to more recent entrants to the field, it is bound by the belief Minds Evolve When Bodies Dance.

 


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Shoonya - Centre for Art and Somatic Practices 4th Floor, Rear Wing, Brahmananda Court, #37 Lal Bagh Road (On the left side, before Lal Bagh Passport Office) Bangalore 560027 Bangalore India 560027
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