ATTENTION DANCERS, ATHLETES, MUSICIANS, ELDERS, INFANTS & PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM CHRONIC/ACUTE INJURIES
Please join Doug MacKenzie in exploring the Experiential Anatomy and Developmental Movement of Body-Mind Centering® in a supportive, guided environment that encourages self-discovery.
We heal and learn in the way we grew: through movement. In class he will guide you to find support within your living anatomy, while you embody new possibilities from a fuller palette of human developmental potential. We will explore movement experiences together, find balance within ourselves, and move out into the world to share our unique gifts—with all systems revived.
Sunday February 23, 3-5pm. $35
Douglas MacKenzie is a Craniosacral Therapist, a Certified Practitioner of Body-Mind Centering®, a Registered Movement Therapist, and instructor of Gyrotonic® and Gyrokinesis®. He has worked 20 years in private practice, and clinically for 12 years as a Movement Therapist at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, where he also trained staff therapists. He graduated from Wesleyan University and the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy. Doug draws from his study of Viniyoga, Chi K’ung, Acutonics, World Music, Falconry, and Movement Improvisation. His gentle work benefits infants and elders; those who suffer chronic/acute injury or various complex syndromes; and professional athletes, dancers, and musicians.