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Movement Workshop Will Tackle Isolation

Fri, 11/06/2020 - 14:34
Gail Baranello is the creator of the Moving Through workshop series.

On Thursday, Gail Baranello, co-owner of the A&G Dance Company, will lead a gentle, Covid-safe workshop called Moving Through Isolation, based around the emotions people have been experiencing during the pandemic.

Hosted by Southampton Cultural Center at 25 Pond Lane, Southampton Village, the A&G Dance company says it hopes to combat isolation felt during the pandemic by addressing fear, loneliness, and depression through guided movement.

“We are all in this together, but we also have our individual experiences and it’s important to identify our unique feelings during this time,” reads the online event description.  

A&G Dance Company says the class allows self-assessment through journaling as well as movement, which can help participants feel self-aware and release emotions.

The studio advises anyone interested to wear comfortable layered clothes and to take a journal, pen, and water. Kids 12 and up are welcome to the class, which will be indoors. Registration is limited to 12 people. The class costs $25 per person. Masks are required.

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