Women of color, lesbians and friends — access the energetic potential of this new phase of your life. Whether you are facing menopause, feeling it, or floundering through its after-effects, you can access your own body’s wisdom as you experience this profound change. Purple Moon Dance Project’s Artistic Director Jill Togawa, an experienced dancer/choreographer and certified teacher of the Alexander Technique, combines gentle and fun movement, stretching, breath-work, meditation and yoga grounded in a safe, sensitive and culturally-diverse perspective.
Responses from participants:
-“This has given me a greater consciousness of my body. I now enjoy this. Something new for me, a sense of letting go and being more present”.
-“I have a more full appreciation of this process we call, ‘aging’ and I’m looking more positively forward to it.”
Made possible by funding from Horizons Foundation, The California Wellness Foundation, The California Endowment, San Francisco Department of Public Health, Latino Commission, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, and Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund. With support from thePurple Moon Dance Project’s Galaxy members and Circle of Directors.