with Sarah Young
Our first Sunday CI Workshop of the New Year!
Learn & practice the form of Contact Improvisation (CI) from amazing teachers. Four times a year, experienced CI teachers rotate in to lead a workshop to those both new to and experienced in the form. All dance levels & styles welcome.
4 - 6:30pm Workshop (see pricing below)
6:30 - 7pm Dinner ($10)
7 - 9pm Open CI Jam (included in workshop price)
Register online: $30 - $40 - $50
Pay at the door: $35 - $45 - $55
Space limited: register online in advance by January 1st to secure your spot and save $5
An Earthdance-prepared dinner will be available 6:30pm Sunday night for an additional $10.
No overnight stay available
Contact Niri at email@example.com with any questions.
Future Sunday CI Workshops: Mar. 31, Aug. 25 & Oct. 20
(Photo credit: Anna M. Maynard)
Gentle Power with Sarah Young
For advanced dancers interested in learning from beginners, and beginners brave enough to learn from the experience of others. For those who take their time entering into contact, and anyone who's shied away from Contact Improvisation because of a tender joint or wavering confidence. For anyone who's ever fallen apart, kept it together, won a prize, lost a friend, or imagines doing any of these someday.
“Today we are faced with the preeminent fact that, if civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships – the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together and work together in the same world, at peace.” - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Undelivered Speech, 1945
Get yourself to Plainfield, and let's dance.
As a movement artist, Sarah Young has collaborated with and performed works by dance makers Nancy Stark Smith, David Dorfman, Jill Sigman, Hilary Easton, Stephan Koplowitz, and the Treehouse Shakers. She studied the Feldenkrais Method under the direction of David Zemach-Bersin, NYC, becoming a Practitioner in 2015. She served as the Executive Director of Earthdance from 2013-18. She is an Alum of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, BFA 2003, a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, Morocco 2008-10, and newly the mother of Calder Lee Savage, born June 2018. She currently divides her time between Northampton, Massachusetts, and Stolzenhagen, Germany.