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Chemistry in Motion™—Communicadance™
Free for first-timers! Some call it art wrestling. Some call it ballroom yoga. Whatever you call it, the dance of contact improv is a beautifully joyful practice for exercise, pleasure, creativity, playfulness, and connection. Upcoming class #3 in a 12-class series. Join us for the full series to explore the repertoire of skills in the dance of contact improv and related interpersonal communication. For the full listing of skills, click here: info.brilliance.org/syllabus Note: for best effect, use a laptop or desktop computer; second best is a tablet; although all the info is also available on a phone screen. If you're new to this form of dance, search out the videos on YouTube with "contact improv." Come on your own, come with a partner, or come with a bunch of friends. Sign up for the series of remaining classes at the $8/class price or see other ticket options at $12 to $15, depending on when you purchase. Free for first-timers, who have never been to a dance class led by Alex. While at the class, you can also pay for the next class for $10 cash. Ticket link for free and paid tickets: https://chemistryinmotion.eventbrite.com Dovercourt Penthouse (top floor, 805 Dovercourt Rd., Toronto, just north of Bloor) Warm up: 2:45pm — Facilitated event: 3:15 to 5:30 — Open to stay to 6:00pm. Best to arrive at your leisure during the warm-up time or before 3:15 so we're all on the same page. Wear clothes suitable for yoga or dancercise. Knee pads are a useful option. Come refreshed. May want to bring a towel and change of shirt. We’ll be exercising! Best to avoid wearing perfume or scents, for the comfort of others. Remember your water bottle! Dinner together afterwards is an option. :) Check out what people say about their experiences at Chemistry in Motion™, also known by Communicadance™. The most recent comments are at the bottom of the page: http://www3.sympatico.ca/alexstarmagic/comments.html To review general guidelines for safety and interaction at this event, look here: http://www3.sympatico.ca/alexstarmagic/guide.html Bio: Alex Perlman is the founding visionary of the Brilliant Contact Community™ network of holistic, land-based communities and is currently building community and retreat facilities on two properties in the California wine country and is in negotiations on a Toronto property as the Canadian home for the Collective for Healing, Expressive, and Consciousness Arts (CHECA)™. Alex has 5 university degrees, 4 of those from the University of Toronto, and holds a Canadian CPA designation as a professional accountant. Alex began his formal workshop facilitation training as an intern at the age of 22, has keynoted major conferences, and organized experiential workshops periodically over a 5-year period in the Caribbean. Alex has been practicing contact improv dance for 24 years and has been teaching it regularly for 11 years. He has trained with renowned contact improv teachers such as: Nancy Stark Smith, Alyssa Lynes, Ray Chung, Nita Little, Steve Paxton, Martin Keogh, Scott Wells, Shel Wagner Rasch, Angie Hauser, Kirstie Simson, Stefan Fabry, Allen and Karen Kaeja, Robert Anderson, Tara Brandel, Mark Koenig, Stephanie Cohen, Karl Frost, Benno Voorham, Moti Zimmerman, Tracy Vogel, Aaron Jessop, Vitali Kononov, Rosemary Hannon, Peter Ryan, Peter Bingham, Sean Seward, Joseph Sengco, Karen Nelson, John Dowell, Ralf Jaroschinski , and Brenton Cheng. Contact: Alex Perlman[masked] — [masked]

Dovercourt Penthouse (top floor)

805 Dovercourt Road · Toronto, ON

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