An Introduction to Infant Movement Development
The developmental process unfolds through a series of movement patterns which lead us from our ‘being’ to our ‘doing’ nature: from bonding to earth and mother, to establishing a sense of self, to reaching out in play, creative action and relationship. The natural unfolding of the developmental patterns underlies all areas of future learning in the infant, child and adult — movement, perceptual, psychological, intellectual and spiritual growth are all profoundly influenced and supported by these early movement experiences. Embodying the developmental process through focused exercises and movement improvisations can help us to clarify and strengthen the foundations of our movement, and free energy for creative expression.
This workshop gives an introduction to the developmental movement patterns and reflexes. It will be of interest to bodyworkers, dancers, health and social care professionals, those working with young children as well as adults. It is also a introduction to the IBMT Diploma Module that is running from October 2018.
Date and time: Sat 17th February 2018, 12.30pm – 7.30pm
Venue: Forest Hill Quaker Meeting House London SE23 2QA
Tutors: Paul Beaumont & Jane Okondo
Booking and info: firstname.lastname@example.org / 07967 558 254
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