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Self-maintenance Focus Group (5 classes)

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New Dance Horizons

2207 Harvey St

Regina, SK S4N 2N2

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THIS CLASS IS FULL - REGISTRATION CLOSED

This class series will act as a focus group for shifting physical function through intensive practice of the Mitzvah Technique and Itcush Method. The class size is limited to 10 participants to allow for a large amount of individualized attention from one of the two instructors. During the workshop, each participant will have one private dual session to assist in creating and maintaining shifts in alignment. Together the two instructors will develop a take home self-maintenance program of exercises and technique for each participant. All levels of experience levels.

Dates: June 26 - 30
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Venue: New Dance Horizons’ Studio,
2207 Harvey St.
Instructors: Kana Nemoto and Ashley Johnson
Cost: $170 for 5-class session

*A spot for a dual private will be held for each participant please contact Ashley at itcush.method@gmail.com or 490 7417 to book session. Cost is $100 and will be paid after completion of private session

About the Instructors:

Ashley Johnson is a dancer, dance educator and Mitzvah Technique/Itcush Method teacher based out of Regina. She studied dance and kinesiology at Grant MacEwan College, (Edmonton) University of Calgary, and University of Hong Kong. She currently maintains an active private practice in the Mitzvah Technique/Itcush Method and regularly travels to lead workshops and private sessions. Ashley is passionate about working with diverse populations and spent seven years working as a teaching artist in public schools looking at the intersections of dance, health and body function.

Kana Nemoto is a Mitzvah Technique/Itcush Method teacher based out of Winnipeg. She was introduced to these practices in 1996 by Amelia Itcush (1945-2011). Kana trained as a classical ballet dancer at Kobe Ballet Studio (Kobe, Japan) and Tottori City Ballet (Tottori, Japan). She moved to Canada in 2009 to pursue a teacher training program in Saskatchewan and supplemented her body work training with a M.Sc. study in Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan. She continues to study the moving body through participation in dance classes and performances throughout Winnipeg.

Together, Ashley and Kana facilitate group workshops that focus on shifting physical patterns to improve co-ordination and relieve chronic pain.

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