https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reflection-healing-and-movement-series-with-eliza-mallouk-in-person-tickets-215783894437 Complex @ Canal
650 E Kendall St
Cambridge, MA 02142
Art, Performing Arts, Social Good, Sports & Active Life
Using principles of the Alexander Technique and Zero Balancing come join with me in this introductory class exploring 'openings' through Reflection, Healing and Movement.
Access and unlock more intention, fluidity, and release in your body and in your movement practice.
Reflection: Using guided awareness, we will settle into a deeper connection of support and explore pathways to more physical and emotional resilience.
Healing: Using essential touch and exploring “bone energy” we can develop skills of self-healing and improve our health and sense of wellbeing.
Movement: Bring more flow into our movement choices. Let’s Take a Walk!... and see what we can learn about effort, ease, balance, support, weight shift and gravity.
Eliza Mallouk LMT has been a massage therapist and movement educator for over 40 years. She is a founding member of Cambridge Health Associates (1988), an holistic health center in Cambridge, MA www.cambridgehealthassociates.com
She is a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique (1981) and certified in Zero Balancing (2001). Over the years, she has expanded her knowledge of healing by studying many different modalities including: Craniosacral Therapy, Reiki, Self-Regulation Therapy, the Stough Method of Breathing Coordination, Activated Isolated Stretching and “The Actor’s Secret.”
Eliza is an instructor in the Alexander Technique Teacher Training Program at Boston Conservatory/Berklee since 2016
Eliza’s professional performance career includes dancing with various local choreographers including Caitlin Corbett, Daniel McCusker, Peter Dimuro and Jennifer Lin. She was also a member of the Elders Ensemble of Prometheus Dance from 2007-2019 and co-producer and dancer with Across the Ages Dance Project (2010-2019), hosting yearly concerts featuring an intergenerational ensemble of dancers and choreographers. www.acrosstheagesdanceproject.com
For the 2017-2019 seasons at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Eliza was chosen as one of the Dance Ambassadors which hosted conversations about contemporary dance performed at the ICA.