Wild/Tame/Wild by Brad Stoller

in conjunction with the Falling Leaves Jam

Programming category: 
October 22, 2015 - 9:30am - 5:30pm

Join us for this one-day workshop as part of Falling Leaves Jam.

A natural evolution in our dancing to embrace the shifting terrain from comfort to the unknown and back. As we grow as dancers, the world of the known expands and things that were wild become tamed and we seek the next mystery or adventure. Being informed by nature forms us, stretches us beyond our walls and opens us to untapped potential. Returning to the walls of our studio integrates and soothes us from which we can reach out and explore again. Join us for a wild/tame ride as we open the doors of the studio literally and figuratively and go outside with our bodies and outside the box of our dancing. Discovery is only one step away when we realize we made the doors that separate us from nature.

Wild/Tame/Wild Workshop Only

$65 / 75 / 85 Thursday Only (includes workshop, breakfast & lunch)
$85 / 95 / 105 Thursday + Wednesday overnight (includes Wednesday dinner, overnight, workshop, breakfast & lunch)


Wild/Tame/Wild Workshop Discount
(For those coming to the FULL Falling Leaves Jam)

$55 / 65 / 75 Thursday Only (includes workshop, breakfast & lunch)
$75 / 85 / 95 Thursday + Wednesday overnight (includes Wednesday dinner, overnight, workshop, breakfast & lunch)





Signed up for the FULL Falling Leaves Jam? Register for this workshop through the Falling Leaves Jam Registration.


Participants do not need to be registered for the Falling Leaves Jam to take part in this workshop.

Brad Stoller

Brad Stoller has been leading CI workshops and classes since 1983. He studied under the talented male dancers of "Mangrove," a SF based collective. He has taught in festivals in Europe, the U.S. and Africa, and teaches CI at the University of Virginia and other colleges around VA. He is a regular host and teacher at the Moab Jam in Utah every spring. He has never waned in his awe of CI since being exposed to it over 35 years ago. He is a master teacher of the Alexander Technique, a black belt in Aikido, and a practitioner of "3 Principles," guiding people to their innate well-being and health.

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