Movement and Music meets 10 a.m. Fridays at the Ross Aragon Community Center.
What happens when there is no instructor?
What happens when there are no words?
What happens when spontaneous movement joins the elusive magic of music?
Transform your body into a well-tuned musical instrument, in a free-flowing movement session, to the sounds of India, China, the Middle East, Pagosa and beyond.
“Attending Movement and Music was following my heart,” writes Judy James. “I wanted to experience the music. It was the first time in my life that I experienced interpretive dance. I was nervous, something totally new to me. You started to play, my body just responded, and I escaped into the music and the rhythm. It was a wonderful experience, the peace of the music and dance stayed with me throughout the day. I look forward to it each Friday.”
Physical movement helps balance, coordination, self-esteem and body awareness. These non-directive sessions are designed to encourage people to explore the world creatively through music and movement. Whether you’re into dance improvisation, relaxation exercises, yoga, aerobics, tai chi, mountain biking or model railroad cars, it’s an opportunity to tune into your body through expressive movement in a friendly environment.
For further information, call the community center at 264-4152.