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Sunday, September 28 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Nayeli- Drills & Skills:Rock Your Practice

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DRILLS & SKILLS: ROCK YOUR PRACTICE  Refinement in our practice gifts grace and flow to our dance. Working with rhythm, looping patterns and combinations brings us into a meditative presence with the hoop as our teacher. This class will intelligently weave movement drills and repetitive circuits to cover most categories of hoopdance expression, all parts of the body, and all possibilities for directionality! This is the path to speaking the language of the hoop~ where all possibilities are available to us in the free-flow of our dance.

BIO: Michelle Nayelis twenty years of yoga practice and thousands of training hours have woven together with studies in Ecology, Herbalism, Shaiva Tantra, Thai Massage, Contemporary Dance, Capoeira, Tribal Bellydance, and Hoopdance to create a fabric of inventive, spirited, and intelligent teaching. Michelle has taught yoga and somatic arts internationally at studios, conferences, and festivals for the past fourteen years, sharing her passion for facilitating connection through movement, awareness, and playfulness. In her private practice, Michelle works with universal principles to rehabilitate, repattern, and refine movement. Her specialty is therapeutics, specifically establishing healthy movement patterns, increasing range of motion, and refining alignment to give greatest freedom.  A lifelong student of embodiment, Michelle has been blessed with amazing teachers on the yogic path, particularly Tim Miller, Tias Little, John Friend, the global AcroYoga tribe, Christopher Hareesh❠Wallace, Christopher Tompkins, and especially Shiva Rea, whom she continues to assist regularly.

www.michellebouvier.com
https://www.facebook.com/MichelleNayeliEmbodimentIsEverything  


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Sunday September 28, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Temple Stage

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