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Movement for Artists

Saturday, February 5, 2022
Join us on Saturday, February 5, at 2 pm for "Movement for Artists." Led by a professional dancer and wellness coach Amanda McCormick, this seventy-five minute long movement workshop is intended for creative makers of all sorts to re-connect with your creativity in an embodied way.

Describing the event McCormick states, “As living beings, we have a connection to movement both functionally and as a form of expression. Sometimes unhealed experiences and emotions can get trapped in the body, stagnating and manifesting as blocks to creativity. In order to access the necessary creation flow state, an artist must explore options to optimal imaginative health. Moving the body in a way of organic self expression can help dislodge and move stuck energy, allowing for an embodied cathartic experience that leads to more freedom, enjoyment, and ultimately: creation.”

With a feeling of liberated playfulness, this workshop will help create the safety and non-judgment within yourself to suspend limiting beliefs, push boundaries, and utilize imaginations to find your artistic voice with more clarity, groundedness, and innovation.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Amanda McCormick got her start performing with Debbie Allen at the Kennedy Center at 11 years old. 

She spent 9 years performing as a Rockette at Radio City Music Hall, in the Christmas Spectacular, The New York Spectacular choreographed by Mia Michaels, numerous times in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, on the Today Show, “America’s Got Talent,” the “Michael Bublé Christmas Special,” and more. 

Other performance credits include working with Dwight Rhoden and Desmond Richardson of Complexions Contemporary Ballet Company; Twyla Tharp; as a swing in “The Devouring” at The Paradise Club in the Times Square Edition Hotel; at the Life Ball in Vienna, Austria; “Isadora” in Moscow, Russia; part of the Dreamland Follies for the annual Jazz Age Lawn Party; dancer in the movie “Love and Other Drugs,” and more.

Amanda now resides in Hortonville full time with her partner, Shaun, and puppy Kali. She teaches yoga, leads guided sound bath meditations, acts as a vision consultant and intuitive empowerment coach, and offers specialized reiki sessions all with an emphasis on personal alignment, loving-kindness, and breath in order to help others make empowered choices and take inspired action in the direction of their heart-centered purpose.

To learn more about Amanda McCormick, click here.

HOW TO ATTEND

Capacity is limited and advanced registration is required. Click here to register. Audiences are asked to socially distance. DVAA requires proof of vaccination or current negative test results. Masks are required for all. 

This event will also be streamed live via DVAA’s Facebook page.

ABOUT THE SALON SERIES

The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance is delighted to announce the return of its annual Salon Series presented in-person and live streamed. This year’s series will feature performances and events that focus on the concept of “building up” – the process of creative construction

Acknowledgements

The activities of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance are made possible in part by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support from the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

  • Organizer Name: DVAA
  • Phone: 845-252-7576
  • Email: info@delwarevalleryartsalliance.org
  • Type: Salon Series
  • Time: February 5, 2022 - 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
  • Venue:Krause Recital Hall, 37 Main Street Narrowsburg, NY

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