Distance and intimacy (Part 2): our innate wisdoms in touch and movement


16 November 2019 (Saturday)


2:30pm – 4:30pm

11/16/2019 14:30 11/16/2019 16:30 Asia/Hong_Kong Distance and intimacy (Part 2): our innate wisdoms in touch and movement DATE: 16 November 2019 (Saturday)
TIME: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
S514, Staunton

S514, Staunton

Fee (HKD)

$380 (Part 2)
Original price for Part 1 & 2: $730 (Enroll Part 1 & 2 together: $620)


+852 9478 8235 (whatsapp)/ +852 2546 0008 (call)

| Distance and intimacy | UrbaNature & Movement Workshops

[Part 2] Our innate wisdoms in touch and movement

Our tactile sense, as well as our sense for movement, are innate and yet overlooked among many of us. Socialization and education oftentimes suppress the full expression and development of these wisdoms. A somatic approach to movement and dance practice can be one of the best ways to let them shine through. Concurrently, PLAY is a great tool during practice to let in the fun, creativity and surprise elements.

With the elements of motion guidance, creative body movement and group practice & sharing, this workshop help with enhancing the flexibility and ability to move your body,  and unlocking your creative genius within! After all, life itself is a constant process swimming between planning and improvisation, isn’t it? Come: play, learn, grow, transcend!

Meeting place: Heting Artelier (PMQ, Block A, S514)
Language: English & Cantonese
Class Size: 10
Fee: $380 (Part 2)
Original price for Part 1 & 2: $730 (Enroll Part 1 & 2 together: $620)
Details of [Part 1] An UrbaNature Experience:

Remark: This workshop contains body movement session, please wear clothing suitable for easy movement.
Enrollment link:

About Your Tutor

Born and raised in Hong Kong, David Leung was a studious and well-behaved child like many. Discovering dance changed his life in his late teens. Dance has taken him to travel the world learning, performing, teaching, creating and researching. As a seasoned teacher of movement/dance of two decades, he has taught for various institutions locally and overseas, from public workshops to academic presentations; from primary schools to tertiary institutions. He currently lectures for the School of Dance of HKAPA, as well as for the Medical Humanities program for HKU.

His love for practice and research has led him to various methodologies in dance, contact improvisation, Pilates, Gyrotonic, yoga, qigong, taiji, Feldenkrais Method and others. He loves to create and co-create opportunities for anyone interested to experience and grow in the beauty, wisdom and philosophy of movement/dance. He believes that this is vital to holistic education and holistic healing.

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Instagram: @heting_artelier

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