Have some fun: Interplay!


InterPlay classes in August, September and October will be geared toward the Unbelievable Beauty of Being Human (UBBH), which has been performed in San Francisco, Australia, Scotland, and many other cities around the world. All are welcome, and everyone may choose whether they are in it for performing or just for the fun.

This week’s InterPlay class, InterPlay for All Ages on Saturday, Aug. 23, 7 to 9 p.m. is for all generations playing together. We will explore "babbling" - leading to story-telling, moving - leading to dancing, and toning - leading to musical creations. From 0-99 and up, all ages are welcome. All abilities are welcome - InterPlay can be done in a stroller and/or a wheelchair, with running and/or sitting, for introverts and/or extraverts, for babies, parents, single folk and grandparents. This week’s location will be at Luz ELena Morey’s Mahalo Art Center at 972 Western Avenue (long driveway shared with Tasha Tudor Museum). For information contact Judith Reichsman 802-579-337, or reichsman,judith@gmail.com., or the following web sites: www.interplay.org or www.mahaloartcenter.com. Fee is bydonation/sliding scale.

InterPlay values and creates community. We are not only individual bodies, but we are connected at a deeply physical level as well. We gain support, information and energy from others. InterPlay teaches people how to be embodied leaders and creative followers. It explores the physicality of relationships and how we can have individual fullness in community.

InterPlay is devoted to fun; helps adults recover a spirit of play; emphasizes the power of affirmation; honors the wisdom of the body; uses easy, incremental forms; values and creates community; is a practice that any body can do; creates art from life- solo,partner,group play; brings body, mind, heart and spirit together!


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