Cardio, Pilates and Yoga with Renelyn Quinicot
A 1.5 hour journey through tender, explorative, and playful movement.
A 1.5 hour journey through tender, explorative, and playful movement. Pulling from actions inspired by Yoga, Pilates and Cardio-dance exercise, we’ll begin and end in restful meditation and work up a fiery heat to build strength in our bodies, and hearts in between. Expect to work the whole body, dance and sweat a bit, and leave with a few new supportive breathing tools to use in your every day.VIEW BIO
Renelyn Quinicot is a queer filipina artist and movement & meditation teacher born and based out of Parkdale Village in Toronto. Her offerings include Kundalini Yoga, Pilates, Aerobic Exercise, Yoga Nidrā, Sound Meditation and more. She is passionate about exploring the body as a keeper of story and lineage, JOY as a radical act of resistance, and is most of all, passionate about sharing supportive breathing tools to remind us of our own body as a wise resource of care. Music is a huge part of her classes. Expect to move rhythmically and playfully.
Sensorimotor Tuning for Dancers with Darryl Tracy
These sessions led by Darryl will focus on conditioning, improv, movement work, and breath.
These sessions led by Darryl will focus on conditioning, improv, movement work, and breath.VIEW BIO
Photo by Lesandra Dodson
Darryl Tracy is a Toronto based artist who loves the human body. He is involved in dance, choreography, movement facilitation and teaching. He has performed with many Canadian and European choreographers over the last 25 years and has also created 42 works through commissions and self-productions. He is a neurological rehabilitation physiotherapist in Toronto. Most recently: a new creation and teaching gig through Ecole de danse contemporain du Montreal (Aug/Sept 2022).
Class with Johanna Bergfelt
This class explores total body movement, drawing on both classical ballet and modern dance.
Drawing on both classical ballet and modern dance, this class explores total body movement. Classes begin with barre work, followed by centre work, and ends with traveling work including jumps and across the floor sequences. It is a highly physical dance class.