Nature Rhythms: Noyes Movement Practice

Join us for the first of a weekly class in this unique practice. Taught by a fourth generation Noyes teacher.

Noyes Rhythm is a restorative, joyful movement system developed 100 years ago by a radical woman, Florence Fleming Noyes.
Classes are fun, strengthening, and aligning. This class will include both technique and creative movement. Deep nature imagery for healing mind and body. Beautiful classical piano-based music.
All bodies and levels welcome.

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Emily Arwen Mott is a musician, dancer, and masseuse. She has taught the Noyes Rhythm movement system to adults for 15 years and is now a program director for the Noyes School of Rhythm in Portland, CT. Emily is fascinated with the deep creativity and healing that comes from awakening the body’s intelligence. She expresses her love for the world through teaching, touch and composition. Emily runs a private music instruction studio, music and movement classes for children, and is certified as a therapeutic horseback riding instructor. Currently teaching weekly classes at Railyard Apothecary Sundays at 12pm.

Participating artists

I've been dancing since I was wee! Mostly modern, some improv, some choreography.. I studied Ballet, Modern and Jazz technique as a young teen at the Brooklyn College Preparatory Center for the Arts in NYC, Noyes Rhythm in Connecticut since a small child, and performed with Lida Winfield in multiple performances including dancing for Bess O'Brien's documentary All of Me, Heather Bryce and Joy Madden here in Vermont. In Vermont I was a founding organizer of the Burlington International Contact Jam (reboot) and a main organizer for the last 8 years, and also a founding organizer of Traces! with Hannah Satterlee last year -- second annual occurring here in a few weeks. Dance, nature, music are all essential for my life and I've made my days reflect that. I am venturing recently into Burlesque and the crossover into body acceptance and loving it.

When

February 3, 2019
12:00–1:00 PM

Cost

$15

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Published January 31, 2019