One Woman’s Magic is Another Woman’s Engineering at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Nov 7

One Woman’s Magic is Another Woman’s Engineering at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Nov 7

One Woman’s Magic is Another Woman’s Engineering
Yoga + Interactive Soundscape w/ Yoko K. + Antoinette Solnik

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7pm

How does it feel to create music with movement? Find out in this pay-what-you-wish event! Open to all, Yoko K. & friends will create a communal space for post-election decompression. Yoga + music by Antoinette Lipani Solnik and Yoko K., then create soothing soundscape as we move together.

What to expect from Antoinette’s class: Feeling light and having fun! Invigorating our bodies, emotions and mind! We will gently move through poses using assistive props (e.g. blocks, blankets, and straps) that help promote accessibility and safety with a focus on body awareness, stability and strength, toning lesser used muscle groups and the pelvic floor. I want you to leave class feeling alive with possibility, toward being awake to what comes up in your body, feeling good, happy and wanting to return to this beautiful yoga community we have created together.

Location: Joe’s Movement Emporium

Pay what you wish.

Yoko K. at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Mar 25

Yoko K. at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Mar 25

Yoko K.

Friday, March 25, 2016 at 7:00pm

Location: Joe’s Movement Emporium

Yoko K. is an electronic musician, composer, and producer, a two-time winner of Wammie’s “Electronica Artist,” and a past artist-in-residence at Strathmore (2011-2012). Yoko’s ensemble will perform live electronic music and video art to create an immersive multimedia experience – a space conducive for participants to imagine something out of the ordinary. Her aim for the NextLOOK residency is to examine how post-apocalyptic representations of the future shape our sense of the present, and to playfully explore an alternative: “What would the most optimistic future look like?” Audience members will be invited to participate in the showing as visitors from the fictional 22nd century. Her ensemble will also engage the audience through post-performance discussion, as well as an online forum to understand the non-immediate impact of the work.

Free, or pay what you want.