(em)Body: The Geography of my Body
with Audrey Boss – Food & Body Image Coach, Open Floor Teacher
Saturday 29 October
The Monkey House
97-101 Seven Sisters Road
London N7 7QP
(em)BODY is a one-day workshop for women and non binary people opening up a space to unpack, explore and move with the personal and political stories, cultural narratives and systems of oppression that keep us small and stuck.
We will spend the day in movement and enquiry, befriending our bodies and resourcing ourselves so that we can show up fully in the world. As we practice including all of ourselves and others on the dance floor, we build the skills, capacity and resilience we need to move with more confidence in our everyday lives. With good music and great company.
The work we do at (em)BODY is both profound and joyful. You are warmly invited to come and move, rest, connect and grow in a community of like-minded people.It is a day to come together in movement and explore embodying confidence from the inside out.
You are welcome whatever your age, size, shape, colour, ability, stamina and creed. (em)BODY is movement for everyBODY.
You are invited to move as much as your body can and wants to.
Cost: Full £150 – Reduced £40
The workshop is mirrored by an online practice group exploring the same themes.
Kind words from previous workshop participants
“I have spent many years in talking therapy, but interacting with my body has helped to move from a feeling of being stuck. I’ve been able to connect with the wisdom of my body. There is a sense of peace and belonging to a community of like-minded women that is truly powerful. And the music is pretty good too!” Wendy
“This workshop gave me a loving and supportive space to gently peel back the layers to who I am and learn how to move with all the knobbly parts of me.” Rosine
“Before this workshop I felt I would never feel at home in myself. Thanks to Audrey’s energy, wisdom, guidance and wonderful teaching I can now see a way forward to living more fully. I am leaving inspired, validated, strengthened and nurtured. I feel more complete and at peace with my body.” Alice