Zoom, recurring link for all classes:
11-12:30 Pacific Time
Starting March 24th
Please do pay what it is worth to you and what you are comfortable paying right now.
This group will seek to explore the materials and clarify the principles that Bonnie presents in her Thursday class. We'll meet on Fridays so that our curiosities are vivid. I aim to support you how I can, by offering BMC® fundamentals that further individual and collective inquiry into sensing, feeling and action--and encouraging sharing among all participants.
Douglas MacKenzie Teacher of Body-Mind Centering®, who has been studying the work for 30 years. He is also a Craniosacral Therapist and Registered Movement Therapist. He now teaches a weekly zoom class in experiential anatomy and embodiment. (please inquire about this class). Doug has worked 30 years in private practice, and clinically for 12 years as a Movement Therapist at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, Massachusetts, where he also trained staff therapists. He graduated from Wesleyan University and the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy. Drawing from his study of Viniyoga, Chi K'ung, Acutonics, Gyrotonic®, music, and movement improvisation, Doug alleviates troubles and furthers possibilities for infants and elders, athletes, dancers, and musicians.
Doug also plays both contemporary guitar and traditional mrdangam, the principal drum of South Indian Classical Music. He has composed and performed consistently throughout the US with a Carnatic Music Trio (a small group of Americans who play South Indian music), with a bi-coastal Bharatanatyam (South Indian Classical Dance) ensemble, as a solo guitarist, and with various fusion ensembles, choreographers and storytellers. Doug holds a B.A. in World Music from Wesleyan University. His music is both spontaneous and composed. See more at www.brilliantbody.net
Doug now lives in Seattle, and offfers private sessions throghout his rotation to LA, NYC, DC and Western Mass.
Please donate via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
or Venmo: @Douglas-MacKenzie-1