St Johns School Hall
A deep medicine journey of breath, blood, sweat and bones.
Ride the weekly waves together ~ all welcome, suitable for all bodies.
Cost $25 / $20
*This is a covid-safe event. To comply by NSW regulations numbers are currently strictly limited.
Booking links are emailed weekly (email: email@example.com to be added to database)
Booking links also shared on the facebook group: Geash Yoga Dance
During these precarious times we are going week by week, lets hang in there together, and DANCE!
I feel immensely grateful to have the opportunity to explore with you what is happening inside us, on the dance floor. To explore our humanity, capacity for embodiment and reconnection to our truest vital authentic selves. Together, in community. I acknowledge that this takes curiosity, courage, perseverance and relentless kindness… showing up with what ever there is. A constantly changing field of possibilities.
I love that you are coming to dance and look forward to welcoming you onto the floor.
5Rhythms® is a Movement Meditation.
A practice of being raw and real in the body;
a medicine dance, an inquiry, an invitation.
“Dance, when you’re broken open. Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off.
Dance in the middle of the fighting. Dance in your blood.
Dance when you’re perfectly free.” ~Rumi
With our sisters~ 5Rhythms® Somatic Exploration
* THIS 6 WEEK SERIES WILL BE OFFERED AGAIN LATE 2021
Wednesdays 10am – 12noon
With the nervous system as our foundation, this 6 week series for women is an invitation into the subtleties of our human experience. A practice of cultivating somatic intelligence and deepening capacity for self regulation, on & off the dance floor. Through physical awareness and movement inquiry we turn toward the refuge of our embodiment to increase balance, resiliency and freedom. Where we become our own medicine.
“Geash’s classes are an exceptional highlight! They offer the perfect platform to completely unwind and reset the nervous system in a creative organic way. It is unique and therapeutic. I highly recommend these classes!” ~Devi Kuebli, Body Oriented Psychotherapist
For more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 0428 868 867
Whatever experience, age, shape, condition, state, all women are wholeheartedly welcome.
Anglican Church Hall, 42 Stuart St, Mullumbimby, NSW
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“Amazing sharing space in the womens series. Really interesting mixing somatic experiencing and the nervous system in. A great support in my life.” ~Sharon, mum
“Geash’s embodiment as a facilitator is very special. She sensitively, intuitively and authentically guides us deeply inwards.” ~ Erin, teacher
“Geash holds a space where everything (all of me) is welcome.” ~ Liz, artist
“Thank you Geash, for all that you do in providing us with a safe, deep, grounding & nurturing space on the dance floor where we are free to openly express our feminine & heal our soul.
I can honestly say I have not, to this day (Yin Yoga comes most close!), gone so deep into a healing space, as I have with Geash’s ‘With our Sisters’ dance sessions. And I’ve been in the healing game for years! So thank you so much again Geash, you are a true facilitator of the healing process through & through.” ~Paula
“Many thanks for a truly awesome experience held by you this last 6 weeks. I have been searching for many years for the thing that can help me on my journey, I’ve spent loads of money and loads of time. And now I have found the most incredibly deep journey of movement and embodiment…. Through you and your work. Wow. Thanks universe.” ~Lisa
“In this class i feel safe and held to be totally how i am in each moment and that is infininly relaxing for me.I hadnt danced for years due to pain and limitations, after only a few classes i couldnt believe the range of movement i was getting in my body and incorporating into my life without effort or push.” ~Naomi
“To dance in the morning is a gift to yourself. No matter how you may be feeling, the transition from outside to inside is guided with grace and absolute presence by Geash. To dance just one rhythm each week was amazing and gave me a very different understanding of the essence and wisdom of the 5Rhythms. The energy and depth of the class always moved me in a positive way, and I felt ready to meet the rest of the week.” ~ Bubaloo
“I feel so grateful to have had the opportunity to dive deeper into the 5Rhythms with Geash. There is something so deliciously magical about beginning the day through dance and movement. I seem to glide through my days afterwards and feel held by those attending the class and journeying with me. Geash is such an amazing treasure. She teaches through her heart, coming from a place of authenticity and incredible experience. I highly recommend her morning classes to anyone wishing to invite more joy into their lives and relish in the gift of life.” ~ Malia
Info for coming to class…
Bring a water bottle to stay hydrated.
Wear comfortable clothing, layers are good to adjust as you warm up and cool down.
Dance barefoot or in dance shoes, beware of slippery socks.
Go at your own pace. Be responsible for the well being of your own body, aware of any injuries or limitations.
Practice staying open to how you feel, moving how you feel and being open to this changing.
There is nothing to get right or wrong, no steps to learn. Go with what works for you.
We are all different and that is to be honored and celebrated.
Everybody is welcome! All you need is a breathing body, beating heart and a willingness to move.
Curiousity, courage and compassion are good allies. Give yourself permission to experiment.
This is a practice; a moving meditation; a deep medicine journey of sweat, blood and bones.
“Your body is the ground metaphor of your life, the expression of your existence. It is your bible, your encyclopedia, your life story. Everything that happens to you is stored and reflected in your body. Your body knows; your body tells.” ~Gabrielle Roth, founder of the 5Rhythms®
“We dance to shed skins, tear off masks, crack molds,
& experience the breakdown – the shattering of borders
between body, heart and mind” ~Gabrielle Roth