FBX: body – mind – spirit

FBX: For body
The FreeBox is a perfect complement to any yoga, dance, or fitness program. It’s a great core workout. It’s a great way to get in touch with your body and diversify your physical repertoire. You’ll improve your…

*coordination;
*balance;
*rhythm;
*posture;
*and fluidity

FBX: For mind
The FreeBox is a unique creative forum in which all participants are invited to explore their state of mind in a supportive and non-judgmental setting. This exercise will help you to…

*gain confidence;
*improve self-awareness;
*open creative channels;
*calm mental chatter;
*improve your ability to express yourself non-verbally, and to understand others’ non-verbal communication.

It’s all about getting comfortable in your own skin, finding happiness, and learning to play again. It’s joyful and fun.

FBX: For spirit
The FreeBox is a practice that feeds the non-linear parts of us and encourages acceptance of what is. This opens us to the realm of spirit, where inspiration and love reside. There is no dogma or religious affiliation. We dance alone and together, and connect in a loving and supportive community. You’ll leave feeling refreshed in mind, body, and spirit. You’ll be dancing–at least on the inside–for the rest of the day. Don’t blame us if people think you’re having altogether too much fun.

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One response to “FBX: body – mind – spirit”

  1. dkrocha says :

    A post from my own dance blog, inspired by you, Mary:

    Day 25: Dance a day Challenge – Aja, by Steely Dan

    I have always loved this song, which is from my favorite album of the same name. The music has so many layers to it – different rhythms, nuances, instrumentation – over, under, woven throughout. And I danced to them all!

    That was amazing – that dance. I have listened to this music so many times since it first came out in 1977 that all of those aforementioned nuances were in my body – in my soul – and it all came out in wild abandon tonight. Perhaps because I was at work from 7:30 a.m until 9:00 p.m., and needed that release? Don’t know; don’t care. It started out as a study in tango versus cha cha matching to the rhythms, but very soon that gave way to spins that I didn’t know I was capable of doing and then slowed to a stop, only to begin again – but so slowly – it was barely discernible – and then total submission to the music itself and where it wanted to lead me. And I am left breathless and exhilarated!

    A word about the video. I was instantly drawn to it because of what the artist said in his introduction about his journey making it. Well done, and I can see his love shine forth in his making of it.

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