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Sat, 27 Aug


Centre for Movement Studies Studio

Developmental Highlights: Finding the Gaps and Connecting the Dots

Rediscover the four essential developmental patterns that put a spring in your step, a glide in your joints and a smile on your face.

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Developmental Highlights: Finding the Gaps and Connecting the Dots
Developmental Highlights: Finding the Gaps and Connecting the Dots

Time & Location

27 Aug 2022, 2:30 pm AEST – 28 Aug 2022, 7:30 pm AEST

Centre for Movement Studies Studio, 45 Evans St, Shenton Park WA 6008, Australia

About the event

Each developmental pattern has its unique gifts, affecting all levels of activity — your thoughts, your emotional resilience, your sensory acuity, and of course your speed, power and dexterity.  As an adult, revisiting these patterns helps you refine what you do well, identify gaps and reconnect dots—discovering untapped sources of energy and ease.

This will be a weekend packed with:  

* rich movement lessons to refine the four essential developmental patterns at a deep level, bringing a sense of wholeness and ease you may not have felt for years 

* fun experimentations to make everything you learn more accessible and alive, so you can put what you learn into action 

* roving discussions on the why’s and how’s of these four essential developmental patterns so you can integrate, refine and use them beautifully in your own life for years to come.

Teaching Team: 

Julie Peck is an internationally sought-after teacher who has wed a background in physiotherapy with a broad and deep exploration of the Feldenkrais Method. Julie has assisted people of all ages, abilities and interests to move from painful, constraining problems to lives of vitality and wholeness. She is happiest following her curiosity into the deeper layers of human potential.   

Lesley McLennan is a Feldenkrais practitioner, sculptor, world traveller, philanthropist and writer. Over the years she has also performed in theatre, worked in arts administration, and taught in too many classrooms to count. Each stage of her professional career has been linked with the unifying themes of movement and accessibility.   

Sara Elderfield has 25 years of diving deeply into embodied wisdom practices. She is a Feldenkrais practitioner, yoga and meditation teacher, and organiser of life-changing retreats. Sara is an avid learner, soon to add a degree in French and creative writing to her credits.  

DATES: Sat 27 & Sun 28 August  TIMES: 12.30pm – 5pm (AWST Perth) / 2.30pm – 7pm (Queensland, NSW & Victoria) Both days.  Convert to your time. 

Tea and coffee / breaks provided.  

VENUE: Centre for Movement Studies studio, Perth and online with ZOOM Studio places are limited.  The workshop is recorded and may be experienced and/or revisited this way for a limited time.


  • Workshop ticket

    +$7.50 service fee
  • Early Bird

    Available until 3/8/2022

    +$6.38 service fee
    Sale ended



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