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If we could learn how to balance rest against effort, calmness against strain, quiet against turmoil, we would assure ourselves of joy in living and psychological health for life.

– JOSEPHINE RATHBONE

“Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.” 

– Chinese Proverb

***Great News!***

PILATES IN THE GARDEN!

JOIN KELLY AT SOIL FOR LIFE BEHIND CONSTANTIA WALDORF SCHOOL ON:

  • TUESDAYS AT 8:30-9:30
  • FRIDAYS AT 8:30-9:30

STARTING OCTOBER 9 – DECEMBER 7 (4th term)

THE NEXT SESSION STARTS JAN. 15, after the New Year.

Meet in Soil for Life’s beautiful workshop space right in the garden!  *& stay a little longer for a cuppa coffee/tea, &/or a leisurely stroll in the garden before you buy your beetroot & peas!

Join her at (same dates) at the KALK BAY COMMUNITY CENTER on:

  • FRIDAYS AT 12PM, NOON – 1pm.

*stay a little longer for dip across the street at Dalebrook Pool!

RATES:

DROP-IN:
R100
OR

R600 Package Deal for remaining 8 classes (Tuesdays), or

R525 Package Deal for remaining 7 classes (Fridays) *No Class on Nov. 23!

OR

R1150 Package Deal for all remaining 16 classes

***WATCH THIS SPACE FOR UPCOMING RETREATS!***

Kelly has been deeply immersed & mentored in the work of a somatic pilates approach for the past several years through Bodies Mind, in Marin County, California.  The work implements movement sequencing from Joe Pilates, approached through a somatic lens.  In both dance & pilates, Kelly focuses on gravity & bones.

In addition, Kelly has been moving her whole life, be it in gymnastics, skiing, swimming, hiking, surfing, etc.  She got her Bachelors of Interior Architecture & nearly minored in dance at the University of Oregon, with a focus mainly on modern (release technique) & African dance.  She then took years of release classes in the San Francisco Bay Area, primarily at ODC &  ROCO.

Her thesis project in 2000 was designing a “movement therapy center”, which she realizes, has continued to deeply permeate her life & work to this day.

She is a conceptual artist, focusing on large-scale public art & mixed media (be it installation, photography, dance, poetry, &/or video).  She has often tangoed the above with the gathering of people together for experiential events, as a type of “experiential curator” or “creative midwife”.  

The cumulative years of influence around movement & the use of + perception of space via dance, architecture, art, pilates, & life have inspired & led her to teach.

*Image of Terence Lewis Contemporary Dance Company dancers.