Interaktive Lecture by Claudia Feest
The significance and effect of our breath to our sensations in everyday life in general, and our inner and outer movement in particular.
We can distinguish between three forms of breath: the unconscious functional breath, the willfully used breath and the conscious breath.
The method of the experienced breath ("Erfahrbarer Atem"), developed by Prof. Ilse Middendorf, is a way to discover one's own breath, to experience it consciously and to get to know one's own primary rhythm. Using simple experiments, we explore the effect of our breath and allow it to resonate within us.
Claudia Feest is breathing- and movement pedagogue, breathing- and body therapist, biologist, alternative practitioner, dancer, choreographer was was co-founder and artistic director of Tanzfabrik until 2003. Research and teachings with a focus on elementary breathing- and movement studies and body awareness. Education in Gindler-Gora work with Frieda Goralewski (Schule für Atem, Stimme und Bewegung, Berlin). She trained as a breathing pedagogue and therapist with Prof. Ilse Middendorf at the Middendorf-Institut Berlin.
This lecture will be taught in German. Translation support can be given for English speakers.