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Alchemy of Archetypes course 11-14 June 2021 ONLINE, Peta Lily Company

Description

Open to beginners as well as those with some performing experience.

Immerse into and explore these fascinating Archetypes with imagination, body and voice.
The Archetypes are universal expressions of humanity recognisable in myths and folk tales from all cultures and enduringly present in plays and films.
Open up to your vocal, physical and imaginative expression and celebrate the mythic inside of you!

Hero, Mother, Child, Fool, Trickster, Crone, Devil, Lover, Maiden & the carnival figure of Death.

'inspiring and heart-warming to work with people from other countries.' Course Participant

'Wonderful, inspiring and nurturing.'
Daisy Jordan, Visual Artist and Puppeteer 

When:
11 June - 10am-1pm UK time (BST)
12 June - 10am-1pm UK time (BST)
13 June - 10am-1pm UK time (BST)
14 June - 10am-1pm UK time (BST)
Please check your local time zone 

Where:
ONLINE - by Zoom
'Amazed that in this virtual form we were able to find connection, community, playfulness and the unexpected!' 
What's it like on an ONLINE course? https://www.petalily.com/online-course-info.html

Cost: £209  -  or book by 20 May and save £50! Early Bird Price just £159.

TO BOOK: email peta[at]petalily.com with: first and last name, 2-line biog (a bit about your background), the country you are based in and your mobile number.

Warmups open imagination and explore physical and vocal expression. Guided journeys and processes allow immersion into each of the archetypes. Exercises to give confidence and agility in emotions plus a rich, embodied vocal work.

A user-friendly process of ‘fed-in’ text and improvisational coaching prompts maximizes the freedom to access impulses.
Supportive side-coaching
 is also given.

Benefits include: integrated body expression; an unforced release into emotions; greater access to impulses; a useful approach to creating and exploring characters; a more nurtured imagination and inner life.

'The guided journeys were transporting ... brought a new level to my acting.'
Guila, Drama Teacher

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