I’m devoted to movement as a sacred birthright which encourages the full embodiment of ourselves in our lives. Interweaving Axis Syllabus, contact improvisation, mindfulness, and somatic awareness into my unique approach, I teach the art of movement as a medicine. I help people optimize the pathways their bodies are taking for longevity, easefulness, and pain reduction.
Drawing upon my extensive training in anatomy, developmental movement, Asian physiology, Body-Mind Centering, circus arts, body psychotherapy, yoga, and Continuum, I bring a kaleidoscopic model of understanding to what it means to be a human moving through life.
Inherent in my philosophy is the inseparable relationship between healing and dance. The marriage of these serves as a vehicle for the empowerment of ourselves and the nourishment of our destiny through full embodiment.
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"Bronwyn brings a unique combination of life experience to her Axis Syllabus teaching having deeply immersed herself for many years in healing and yogic practices as well as contact improvisation and gymnastics. She moves with a sensuous quality embracing grace and power as she leads her students through explorations of the Axis Syllabus.I find her classes exciting and full of useful information. She offers her students ample opportunity to explore their own relationship to safe expressive movement, freeing us from old patterns as we dive into what is possible.”
Why is Movement Important?
Chronic injuries emerge when we move in habitual patterns that are inefficient for the body. If we treat the injury without examining habitual patterns that made the area vulnerable to being injured it is unlikely we can have lasting pain reduction.
When the body is given freedom to shape itself intelligently and honor its innate architecture it then becomes possible for us to move through the world as who we actually are – thus becoming more of our own self.