The White Sea | Butoh Dance Workshop
This workshop invites the participants to experience a profound journey into One’s inner being through motion.
This journey travels through different states of mind, feelings and sensations, reviving the ability to transform and to express hidden parts of ourselves in a free form movement.
The workshop is based on the fundamental ideas of Butoh dance that give rise to a new perspective of the understanding of time, rhythm, space, individuality, as well as the expression of our being as an integrated part of the universe.
The white sea interweaves various sources of inspirations, such as: raw, industrial and organic materials, as well as ancient scriptures and contemporary texts, world and experimental music, and mindful motion techniques.
"I wish to encourage participants to find their own special dance, a dance that emerges from ones' authentic movement expression of ones' unique being."
The Secret makes the flower | A Butoh therapy workshop
This workshop is designed for people who suffer from various types of pain syndromes, as well as other physical and mental challenges.
The workshop invites the participants to experience a profound journey into their inner being through guided imagination motion. This journey travels through different states of mind, feelings and sensations, reviving the ability to transform and to realize hidden powers of the self that can enable a relief from pain, and a new approach to ones' freedom of thought and movement.
The workshop is based on fundamental ideas of inner motion that give a new perspective to the understanding of an integrated individual that can envelope like a flower.
Tamar has developed a special method of guided imagination meditation combined with various methods of therapeutic motion for improving the rehabilitation process. She works in various rehabilitation centers and hospitals with patients who suffer from physical disabilities and psychophysical syndromes.
Interweaved in this workshop, Tamar shares with participants her personal story, her perception about movement and her understanding of rehabilitation and evolutionary possibilities.