The idea of flow in writing is usually associated with ‘being in the flow’, that wonderful sensation when words and ideas synchronize, when your concentration is totally focused, making you lose all sense of time, when everything seems to come blissfully together.
Movement offers writers a different way of looking at flow.
For example, these two contrasting types of flow give interest and energy to movement and written narrative alike: Continue reading →
Winter is the traditional time for storytelling but by February many of us story tellers and writers in colder climes are feeling the effects of battling the freezing winds and icy sidewalks of a long, cold winter: hunched, tense shoulders, neck ache, cabin fever.
Here are five suggestions to help you rise out of the slump and re-energize. Continue reading →
Sorting through the boxes and folders of lesson plans, lectures and articles I wrote during my years of teaching creative movement and physical theater, I found my notes for a discussion on ‘creative thinking for creative movers’.
A perfect reminder for the beginning of a new year – for movers and writers. Continue reading →