Welcome to Moving Presence
Eurythmy is a movement art which has been used educationally, therapeutically and artistically for many decades, as well as being a social art that can support cooperation, development and change processes in groups. Eurythmy means "Harmonious Movement" and in it's essence that is what it is. It is a form of movement that encourages development and promotes harmony in anyone who takes part in it. It had its beginnings as a performance art in the early 20th Century, and has since then continually evolved and developed as more and more people all over the world want to benefit from it.
Why Moving Presence? When taking part in Eurythmy workshops of any kind you will be engaging with movement that encourages you to be more fully present with what you are doing than your day-to-day activities usually require. Through movement we can become more present in ourselves and more aware of our surroundings, and we can carry this enhanced presence with us as we move through the rest of our day. Eurythmy actively strengthens and sustains our awareness of our own space and the space around us - and it is great for boosting our concentration and coordination skills as well.
"It gives you the peace of sitting in a cathedral, except that the architecture is living and moving, and you are part of it!"
"I really enjoyed the session today. I feel that we as a group are improving and working better together. I liked how you guided us through the different emotions linked with attachment theory and found it really interesting how we interacted with each other and how it affected the flow of the exercise - and the group as a whole."
Participant in staff training session.
Moving Presence is based in Edinburgh and offers Eurythmy workshops for organisations, public weekend workshops, and individual sessions in Edinburgh and beyond. Please see the specific pages for more details about the workshops or contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any enquiries. You can also sign up for my email newsletter via the form below to get information on upcoming workshops.