Gemini Improv Class with Storytelling and Sound
Hosted by Energy Speaks as part of the Zodiac Energy Empowerment SeriesCommunity
“Once upon a time…”
Probably almost every story you know starts this way, more or less. “Once upon a time, there was something or someone. And every day, the same old thing happened. Until one day something changed, and then the poop really hit the fan…and that was just the beginning. Until FINALLY…”
You can deconstruct almost any story-line in Western literature or film and find this “story spine” inside it. (Go on. Try it.) In this workshop, we will be learning to build on this spine to improvise stories as a group.
And because song is as ingrained in our souls as story, we will then improvise a capella music, listening to each other and using our voices and the percussion of our bodies to build compositions. (Google “Bobby McFerrin circle songs.” He’s a master.)
Finally, we will co-create a story with a score that we build in the moment.
We might make something funny, moving, sad, angry, silly…whatever we bring is ourselves and it’s good. And if nothing else, I’m pretty sure we’ll have fun.
The Big Picture:
In this class, we learn the art of communication with others. This interaction with others is a reflection of our dialogue with ourself & the Creator. As we harness this skills to communicate through words and sounds we can also tune into our intention for the class/ series and see where we can communicate more clearly.
This series is to give you the sacred space to explore each zodiac energy individually through an activity and on your own time integrate your experience to go deeper on your journey. We are experiencing this series over 12 weeks (the 12 core classes) with also several intro classes and the last celebration class/ festival. Through these 12 classes its important to set an intention and watch your intention grow into your manifestation as you nurture your intention through each class.
There will be a Zodiac Energy Empowerment Series Journal available to track your journey.
Bio: Nettle Greenman