“The Body acts, and I extend movement research to my creative works, I left a better world for the future with passionately. ” —— Wayson Poon 11/2018
I have been starting my Movement Research since September 2016. It explores, develops and builds a movement language are unique to everyone’s body, guided by the “Qi” from Taoist scriptures, the Liquid System and the Five Rhythms. The first Journey of Movement Research includes the elements of Qi, Tao Te Ching and nature practice. I hope to proceed to the next stage of Movement research — the Liquid System.
Travelling and Research Plan:
1, Indonesia: AMERTA MOVEMENT in Padepokan Lemah Putih
2, United States:
– Learning the Fluid system with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
– Hiking in the Rocky Mountains
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