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Mvt 109, A Movement class with Phoebe Miller

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Come experience a new way of connecting to your body and realign with your intentions through the play between movement/stillness. This new class designed by nOMad founder, Phoebe Miller, will guide you through an organic sequence to return you back to your core being and enliven you to move to you own inner beat again. Bringing her life and movement experiences as a teacher for over 20 years, this class will truly be both invigorating and healing for the mind, body, and soul.

Be prepared to move in a fun, supportive atmosphere.

The 109th bead on Buddist Mala prayer beads is a pause of silence, gratitude, and acknowledgment. It is similar to the Biblical term, Selah, which placed at the end of a passage acts as a pause of Amen but where Amen is an ending, Selah is a transitional pause of introspection, rumination, and meditation. In ballet, there is the act of reverence. Reverence does more than signal the end of class or the end of a performance, it is the acknowledgment of the tradition of the art of ballet, the lineage of teachers that stands before us as our teacher, and a moment of gratitude for all who have participated. There exists a term for a pause of great meaning in philosophies, theologies, and disciplines in all walks of life. And in many cases, this pause is part of a ceremony or habit wherein practitioners engage in this pause with regularity. I do not have the luxury of this imposition of practice

-excerpt from the website bead109.com

We play between movement and stillness. Vibration and pause. Action and reverence. All to come to a place of release to reveal a healing in our internal world and observe how that affects our external world.

What if we could change our vibration in our physical bodies to perceive a new world of possibilities and receive a new kind of healing for ourselves and the world beyond?

Phoebe received her BFA in Modern Dance from University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she studied technique, anatomy, kinesiology, and pedagogy. Her yoga studies began with teachers, Elizabeth Andes-Bell, Alan Finger, and Carrie Owerko. She earned her 500 hour Certification (ERYT500) at YogaWorks in New York City under the guidance of her mentor Jeanmarie Paolillo from YogaWorks and Restorative/Therapeutics training with Jillian Pransky.

Phoebe's journey of teaching began in 1997 when she was offered to teach modern dance at Pennsyvlania School of Ballet's summer program. Since then, she has taught yoga, dance, and Pilates at various studios/programs in New York City, the Hudson Valley and around the world. In 2014, she founded nOMad always at OM, a community that brings new experiences on and off the mat to yogis at nOMad's Online Studio, on yoga retreats, 200/300 hour yoga teacher trainings, and at other community events. Her mission through nOMad is to give her students the tools to live a fuller life with more joy, gratitude, confidence, and connection.