Slowly Slowly

Coming October / November

Slowly Slowly

A series of 3 workshops by master dance practitioner Wendy Morrow.

Through this workshop series MADE is offering participants a deeper and more focused dive into selected elements of performance and physical practice mastery. Slow and gentle, it is suitable for those curious in gaining a deeper understanding of their moving body through the creative exploration of ideas and concepts that are relevant to mature bodies and minds.

Wendy uses a combination of somatic and anatomical information, writings and imagery to inform the basis for slow movement, partner work, directed touch and physical explorations. This process is used as a pathway into exploring the imaginative and expressive body through moving. Material from Wendy's ongoing Coming of Age project will be used as creative lures to underpin these workshops.

About Wendy Morrow

Wendy Morrow is a Hobart based dancer and teacher. Alongside a career in dance, Wendy has a lifetime of working with the body, teaching and training teachers of movement and dance. She specialises in combining various somatic techniques and drawing on these she teaches experiential anatomy with a focus on slow and embodied movement.

Wendy graduated from the Australian Ballet School in 1974, was a dancer with the Monte Carlo Ballet, The Scottish Ballet, the Sydney Dance Company and a founding member of Danceworks in Melbourne. Alongside her dance training, Wendy has studied ideo-kinesis, the Alexander technique, Feldenkrais Method, Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen - Body Mind Centering, Skinner Release Technique and contact improvisation.

Wendy is a highly qualified movement therapist and dance practitioner who has worked across many fields training professional dancers and teachers, with artists, children, the elderly and clients with severe injuries. Her personal practice combines yoga, image based moving and improvisation. Wendy teaches workshops and one on one sessions.


October 14
October 28
November 11


1pm - 4pm

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There are 12 places only.

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