Noodling is a practice created by Dr. Jamie's former speech student and dancer Cornelius Hubbard that she often teaches with groups who believe they "can't dance." Check out Cornelius' presentation of Noodling, and Dr. Jamie's teaching video on the practice.
Join Dr. Jamie for this movement strategy inspired by tai chi that can work well at the beginning of a group Dancing Mindfulness experience or in your personal practice.
Dr. Jamie leads you through one of her favorite strategies for getting people up and moving and exploring the creative potentials of their own movements.
Embrace-Release-Embrace, a simple gesture dance that works with mindful principle of dealing with life's flow. Dr. Jamie cites Rumi's The Guesthouse in this video.
Bubbles! Playing with bubbles, a time-honored activity of childhood in many parts of the world, can be a beautiful strategy for promoting spontaneous movement and exploration in classes and group practices. Join Dr. Jamie and Dancing Mindfulness facilitator Alicia Hann in their play with the Bubble Dance. Let us know if you end up using it.
Earth. Fire. Air. Water. Join Dr. Jamie in this guided Dancing Mindfulness facilitation, partially filmed in Iceland, as she invites you into dancing mindfulness practice through the four elements.
Using the classic instruction, T-A-N-G-O, Jamie invites us into playful exploration with the dancing mindfulness attitudes and elements. An ideal place to start if dancing improvisationally is not quite your thing!
Join Dr. Jamie Marich on location in Bingen, Germany, the home of the mystic St. Hildegard of Bingen, as she leads us through a mindful gesture dance to her own composition, Journey Blind.
Visit the ruins of Disibodenberg (near Bingen, Germany) as Jamie, joined by her friend Betsey Beckman, offers a structured invitation into exploratory, mindful dance.