Workshops

Language of Movement offers workshops for brain and body fitness for all ages:

Brain Gym® movements enhance the capacity for whole brain learning. These physical movements enable children and adults of all abilities to become alert, focused and ready to learn.

Early Childhood Education uses fun activities combining developmental movements, dance, nursery rhymes and poems to develop learning skills.

Brain Body Fitness helps Seniors to regain the joy of movement. Improve body awareness, balance, coordination and mobility through gentle movements and exercises.

Movement Literacy teaches students to learn concepts across the curriculum in a lasting, memorable way and build connections for themselves.

Collaborative Workshops with Zendegi Theatre Company from Iran

Twelve days of workshops culminating in two days of performances by the participants taking place at cSpace from April 10 - 25. Each day there will be workshops in movement and dance, acting, and creative work leading to the development of work for the performances.

The Chairs

A theatre and dance collaboration between Sun.Ergos and Zendegi Theatre from Iran with live music, inspired by The Conference of the Birds.

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Optimal Brain Organization

In this workshop, International Faculty member Lisa Marcovici will help us understand our own state of brain organization, and how we may consciously choose to organize our dominance to best suit the task at hand. We take a look at our own learning and communication preferences and see how they impact our daily lives, relationships, work and so on... and at the strengths and resources we already possess, learning how to apply them to various situations in everyday life for optimal and efficient performance. Brain Gym 101 is pre-requisite for this course.

Brain Body Fitness

Ongoing weekly classes at Turner Valley Library (Mondays at 9 AM) and Wednesdays at the Pason Centennial Arena (Wednesdays at 10:30 AM).

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Language of Movement teaches skills to people ages 3-93 to develop the brain/body connections to support their learning and experience the joy of movement. It provides professional development in movement literacy skills, which teachers can use to promote creative process, critical thinking and collaborative learning across the curriculum.

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