what is a wildfeet day? and info spring 2018
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What is a wildfeet day?
We will spend some time in ‘the Loft’ (Yanley Court, Long Ashton), opening up the body’s capacity to move with imagination, breath and a super-sensitivity to the body and its surrounding environment.
In the afternoon we approach the outdoor environment with new senses , encouraging a shift in our habitual responses and stories into a different realm of perception where we experience afresh and wake up to other ways of being and doing (these include exercising interoception and pro-prioception which enhance flow in the daily use of the body-mind). There is great learning in the rhythms and flows of the non-human world we inhabit.
In a busy and often troubled world I provide spaces to re-connect with ourselves, each other the surrounding environment. I have found this work necessary for creative action and everyday wellbeing.
Here’s some feedback from participants:
I’m left with the feeling of a gentle and multilayered depth.
Ailsa held a beautiful space for us throughout … it was a transformative experience and one which left me energised, enthused, and feeling centered in my body and in my world.
It was great taking dedicated time away from family and everyday commitments
… experiencing something deep, of feeling like crying sometimes, of a sense of being human outside of how this is usually defined or ‘behaved’ in society. I had a strong sense of what it means to be human and in relation.
.. what a smashing day .. thank you, thank you!
Early Spring Dates:
Saturday 24th Feb, 10am-4.30pm
Sunday 11th of March, 10am-4.30pm
Long Ashton, Bristol
Contact me by email email@example.com or telephone 07792832882 to book a place on a wildfeet day. The workshop fee is £35.
Alternatively, if you want to gather a group of people (between 3 and 7) you can approach me and I can tailor a date and content to your experience and intentions.
After Easter I’m planning an ongoing group to explore the wildfeet content in more depth and include a place to dialogue about the context of the teaching and its relevance to the art of everyday living, and practices of community. It will run on a midweek afternoon or a Saturday and the fee will be in the region of £125 for 3 half day sessions and some one-one guidance.
If this is something that you would like to join, let me know!