Mindful Movement: Contemporary Improvisation with Rachel Helten (hosted by Voirelia)


May 07 2020


8:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Instagram Live,


By donation / Free

Classes hosted by Voirelia: Psychology, Philosophy + Dance Hub 
Thursday May 7th | 5PM PDT / 8PM EDT (future dates coming soon)
Mindful Movement: Contemporary Dance Improvisation
Duration: 1 hour class
Levels: All levels welcome
Teacher: Rachel Helten

Class will begin with a guided meditation then move into led improvisational prompts and dance scores using text and imagery. Through this research we will cultivate mindfulness, loving-kindness, explore our physicality, inspire creativity and freedom of movement.

How to attend class:
Full class on Zoom:
Password: dance

Or, for warm-up only, live stream it from the Voirelia Instagram account. Handle: Voirelia.


About Rachel: I had the privilege of working as an interpreter and choreographer for The Dracula’s Garden Series presented by Voirelia: Psychology, Philosophy and Dance Hub. This is an on-going interdisciplinary collaboration that “explores the universe of Gothic literature: its stories, creatures, and themes.” In this class we will be utilizing a few of the movement tasks that we explored during this creative process.

For more information about Rachel’s work and offerings visit: www.rachelhelten.com


The cost of the class is on a sliding scale; for those who are able – please donate what you can: https://bit.ly/voireliaclass

Suggested donation: CDN $5 – $12.
Voirelia Hub is a non-profit. All funds go directly to supporting wages for class teachers and/or professional artists who work
with our non-profit hub, helping Vancouver-area artists to keep creating art for the community. If you are having a hard time financially right now and not able to donate, that is okay, just join us and let’s connect over our interest in dance and movement!


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