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Deep Synthesis: Interactive Movement Practice, Daniel P Cunningham

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  • Daniel P Cunningham


Deep Synthesis is an interactive practice where we move together. We will connect to our deep self and to one another through dynamic movements, physical release and vocal vibrations. 

Sun 2 Dec: 6:45pm—9:00pm
Artworks Classrooms, 60a Weston St, SE1 3QJ. 
Tube: London Bridge

£15 cash only

WhatsApp: 07984 079485

Praise for the practice: 

'Dan and Mark have done something rare - they've created an original, accomplished and meaningful body of work, without succumbing to the egoic lights of their own brilliance. This is truly refreshing, and allows participants to follow their lead whilst remaining firmly rooted in their own potency. The work itself is a discipline that calls to primordial embodiment, to the loosening of constraint and to the unearthing of lost freedoms. I left the session invigorated and with my creative fires burning bright. Dan and Mark carry themselves with real kindness and connect authentically, whilst delivering this exhilarating and challenging practice to others. I intend to get in the room with them as often as possible'. Naomi Lewis.' The Sacred Trust

'There is an immense level of care and responsibility that comes with the work. I felt guided and nurtured to explore the limits of my body and imagination. What particularly resonated was the use of music that in the end led me to a place I felt I had never been before and opened me up emotionally. I left with a craving to revisit this again' Antigoni Spanou

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