Let's dance

. August 8, 2014.
caryn

Dance is one of the purest forms of individual expression, and when practiced in a group setting, the synergistic nature of dance can be energy-giving. Every other week in April (Wednesday, April 2 and 16) the Yellow Barn is hosting Shedding Skins – Transformational Dance, an open dance class that seeks to create community while having rhythmic fun. Hosted by local Caryn Simon, in co-creation with Eugene Hedlund, the class works in a form of dance based on the 5 Rhythms (flowing, staccato, chaos, lyrical and stillness) movement meditation. No previous dance experience is necessary to participate—be sure to get there right at 7pm to give your body time to warm up.

$15. 416 W. Huron, Ann Arbor. Visit ouryellowbarn.com for additional information.

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