Lecture and Workshop
Jaimen McMillan, founder of Spacial Dynamics and the Spacial Dynamics Institute (SDI) will offer two presentations at Kimberton Waldorf School in Phoenixville on Friday, November 16th and Saturday, November 17th.
On Friday evening from 7:30-9:00 p.m., Mr. McMillan will speak on the topic: Surviving Parenting and Teaching. He will explore with us the challenge of raising children in today’s world. On Saturday from 9 a.m. till 12 p.m., Mr. McMillan will lead a workshop entitled Movement in Childhood: The Role of Sport and Free Play in Healthy Childhood Development. Although the focus of the workshop is on healthy movement in children (and adolescents), this work can bring to everyone recognition of the importance of healthy movement at all stages of life. This workshop is not just for those who interact with children, but also for everyone who has an interest in spatial awareness and healthy movement. Both the lecture and workshop are free, donations gratefully accepted.
Jaimen McMillan, SDI’s Director and the founder of Spacial Dynamics®, has been training movement educators, movement therapists, and other movement professionals for over three decades. He carries a private therapeutic practice, works with the handicapped, top-level athletes, and movement artists including actors, dancers, and mimes. He also serves as a movement consultant for businesses and organizations in injury prevention, team building, and conflict management. Spacial Dynamics® gives the patient the experience of the healthy, harmonious continuum between the body and surrounding space. Spacial Dynamics® therapists learn how to use hands-on techniques and graceful, slow motion movements so that the patient becomes skilled at recreating dynamics that reconnect, regenerate, and reintegrate, thus replacing dis-ease with ease.
For directions to Kimberton Waldorf School, visit the website at www.kimberton.org.