Open Floor offers the opportunity to connect with and explore your inner experience through inprovised movement.

This way of dancing is about being rather than performing, witnessing rather than spectating, feeling rather than creating smooth aesthetic surfaces. It is a form of meditation in which we offer our attention to what's happening beneath the level of cognitive mind, feeling into dances that spontaneously materialise and then dissolve. By putting ourselves in motion in very simple, immediate ways and witnessing what occurs, we allow a different aspect of our experience to emerge. This instinctive embodied movement offers knowledge that we may not be able to access through thinking and talking.

The first thought is that our human body is precious and that inhabiting it fully is a doorway to presence.”—The Four Thoughts that Turn the Mind, Buddhist teaching