A 5Rhythms Workshop
With David Juriansz
April 24-26th 2015
Transitions...are part of life. From daylight to darkness, working week to weekend,
autumn to winter, old age to dying...yet even with this constant pulse, there are
times we become acutely aware of a transition phase we are in. In such times it is
wise to listen to the language of the body - our emotional reactions, our sense of
self in relationship, our health. I love the dancing stories of people moving through
transition. We can learn so much from each other.
For me, as for thousands of people, Gabrielle Roth’s 5Rhythms have been both an
exhilarating, inspiring practice and solid ground for support in times of change. In this
workshop, we will make physical, the transitions from flow to staccato, from staccato
to chaos and so on through stillness and back to flow. I will offer a range of practical
tools to activate our movement practice on the dancefloor, so it becomes easier to
access this wisdom in the transitions of daily life.
After 16 years of dancing and 4 years of teaching weekly, this is my first full workshop
offering in my hometown. I hope you will join me, and bring your own unique dancing
story, so together we can follow this elegant map into the territory of transition.
Fri 24th Apr 7:00pm - 10:00pm
(open night)
Sat 25th Apr 11:00am - 6:00pm
Sun 26th Apr12:00pm - 6:00pm
$250 full/ $210 concession cards
$200 early bird by April 1
Friday open night (3 hrs)
$30/25 concession cards
St. Brigid’s Parish Hall
Fitzroy North
For more information
Call Lisa on 0413 136 192 or email:
[email protected]
Online booking
David Juriansz juggled roles as
therapist, songwriter, performer &
facilitator while supporting his wife
Meredith as a 5Rhythms teacher.
After 12 years of dancing and
producing, he graduated from the last
group to with train with Gabrielle
Roth in 2011. His weekly class the
‘Tsunami Wave’ – became so popular
it transformed into two classes.
David’s humour, storytelling, and
passion for the embodiment of the
5Rhythms, engages both newcomers
and long-term dancers. He regularly
offers live music as part of his