About The Teacher
[WINTER SPIRIT CAMP HOST] – ** PRESENTING: Re-Centering the Mind/Body Connection **
This session is about learning how to bring awareness and ground your body in breathing and mindfulness. To learn how to take a moment to breathe, assess, and honor your true emotions. The work is meant to unwind the body, get the blood flowing in the pelvic floor, excite dormant energies, and create a mindfulness of other humans in the moment. Techniques involve supported breathing, comforting partnering touch and vibration awareness, partnered massage, and various other modalities for connection with your partner and your honoring yourself. Participants should have a yoga mat or blanket. Wear whatever you feel comfortable moving in. Underwear, gym shorts, it’s up to you.
ABOUT THE HOST:
Kevin Wilson has been teaching voice, breathing, and body organization for the past 17 years. His teaching focuses on getting organic with our bodies, our breathing, and our voices to tell authentic stories and have authentic human experiences. His teaching focuses on releasing physical tensions and boundaries we carry that disconnect us from our emotional impulses. As a professor of vocal pedagogy, Kevin is in demand throughout the world teaching teachers, artists, and musicians who are teaching at major universities and performing at venues ranging from Broadway to the Metropolitan Opera. He holds a Bachelors degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Central Oklahoma, a Masters in Vocal Pedagogy from the New England Conservatory of Music, and additional studies in voice science from the Sargent School of Health at Boston University, and Voice and Speech/Mind Bodywork with Kristen Linklater and Catherine Fitzmaurice. Kevin has also been a long-time student of various modalities of yoga practice.Source: eastonmountain.secure.retreat.guru