Freeforming is simple.
- create space
Simple and challenging.
What is Flow?
Flow is absorption in action. Activity and awareness merge, self-consciousness is lost. An embodied immersion in energised attention. There is enjoyment in the process, a timeless involvement in the unfolding moment. Entering flow boosts well-being and creativity.
How does Freeforming brings us into flow?
The aim of Freeforming is to keep full connection with our partners through movement, voice and touch. This challenges our ability to keep inclusive attention. We get immediate feedback by feeling the connection “drop” as soon as we get distracted or lost in thought. This keeps us alive to the present moment. As we get better at keeping connection we try to include more of our selves and partners in the connection. Absorption deepens. We enter the zone.
The benefits of Freeforming
By resting our attention on the connection in this moment thoughts and worries fall away. Practice can be liberating for all kinds of anxieties, depressive rumination and rigidities of habit. This can free us to enjoy some serious play.
Origins of Freeforming
Freeforming was developed by Peri Mackintosh integrating elements of Zen, Aikido, Gestalt and the improvisatory arts.
Practice place and times in London
You are welcome to join us.