Free Dance Movement Classes at Well On The Way
Every Saturday at 191 Main Street in Ossining
Elizabeth Pasquale, director of Well On The Way, is offering free dance movement classes every Saturday at her office, located at 191 Main Street in Ossining.
Pasquale is a graduate and founding member of the Byrd Hoffman School of Byrds, a theater and dance collective founded in 1968 by renowned theater director and visual artist Robert Wilson. The Byrds, as the group was called, was known for bringing the inherent talents of each participant forward through improvisational dance.
“Movement is life. That’s what my teacher, Dr. Jean-Pierre Barral, always told me,” Pasquale says. “We were studying the healthy movement of inner organs, and its true of every part of you. My field is health, and as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this special time we created, I’m reminded of the importance of movement in creating health, vitality and self-discovery.”
With her practice in craniosacral therapy, lymph drainage and visceral manipulation, Pasquale says she can detect the subtlest of movements within the body’s tissue, thanks to her dance training. “I believe the early education in movement that I received in the Byrd School created the sensitivity I needed to excel in this energy work,” she says.
For more information, call Well On The Way at 607.351.7024.