Last weekend I had the absolute joy to teach an adventurous, generous and incredibly engaged group in San Jose, Costa Rica.
I find myself really questioning the role of CI and my teaching and how it can affect us more than "just a physical practice". Within the group were bilingual students, and some that spoke either Spanish OR English. Amazing to see how language can somehow separate us before the class but during, with a movement language we've created, join us, and so by the end as we begin to part - a hug, connecting with someone through their eyes, just being physically there - these things speak such richness.
A practice of bringing together a group of people to cultivate deeply communicating beyond language, and growing a collective that for a time have their own language.
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