Jamus and Lee
I love to move, to inspire creative expression through dance and connection. I teach and guide classes in Contact Improvisation, Somatic Embodiment and yoga. Out of all this the work of Embodied Presence is arising. My interest is in change, creating spaces where you can meet yourself, your creativity and dance. I love to see dancers change, unfold and reveal themselves over time.
This work is all about finding a sense of presence felt in the body, to discover a sense of love within us and then to express our own creative juice. So that at some point we start to overflow with our gifts.
I suppose you could say at the heart of it all I am a dancer. It seems my body was born to move. My softness, my passion, my sadness, my rage, my sensuousness, my sense of chaos all come through when I dance. This is where more than anywhere else I can be close to myself and have the capacity to touch life with freshness.
Dance for me is a metaphor for life. How can I really meet myself? How can I truly be here in this moment to experience life and meet you? This is what fascinates me. Movement offers the opportunity to ask these questions, with the potential to experience depth and understanding.
I offer a space for this exploration.