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Healing Sounds and Movement

January 11, 18, 25, and February 1st
Donation: Sliding scale $10-15
(cash, venmo, or paypal preferred)

A class developed and taught by Los Angeles-based artist Jeepneys (Anna Luisa Petrisko). This class integrates movement, stretching, sound, listening, meditation, and other techniques for mindbody integration. Each class ends with a quartz crystal singing bowl sound bath. There is no experience necessary, all levels are welcome, and you can drop in anytime. 

Drawing from the healing aspects of modern dance and yoga well as techniques developed by Anna Halprin and Pauline Oliveros, the class integrates multiple modalities. Expect a well-rounded and thoughtful exploration from beginning to end, leaving you feeling restored, grounded, and connected to your self, others, and your environment. Be ready for movement, listening exercises, vocal activities, meditation, breath work and a relaxing sound bath at the end. Dress in warm, comfortable, layered clothing and bring socks. You're encouraged to bring your own mat but there are extras available. 

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Jeepneys (Anna Luisa Petrisko) is a Los Angeles-based multimedia artist working primarily in dance, sound, video, and performance. Named after the iconic converted WWII army jeeps of the Philippines, she is of mixed race Filipina and Slovak heritage and her work focuses on the complexities of identity, memory, and language through a postcolonial lens. In her teaching practice, she develops techniques that focus on healing through movement and sound therapy. She is also a yoga and fitness teacher as well as a trained dancer and considers her teaching practice as an extension of her art. Jeepneys' work is a practice of magic and intuition, as well as an exploration of the mind/body connection. Jeepneys is a member of Black Salt Collective, who is currently in residence at SOMArts Gallery in San Francisco presenting Visions Into Infinite Archives, a multimedia exhibition and event series with artwork by over 30 multigenerational artists of color. 
Banner photo by David Park