Ingrid Kölle
Location
Wellington
Email
dance@coreconnexion.co.nz
CLASSES
TUESDAYS 7–8:30pm
Thistle Hall
293 Cuba Street, Wellington (Arthur Street entrance)
Public Class $20–$15, $10 students

SATURDAYS 2–5pm (contact Ingrid for dates)
Innermost Gardens Hall
31 Lawson Pl, Mt Vic, Wellington
Public Class $45 / $35
WORKSHOPS / RETREATS
Dance and Write

Let movement free your body and words dance on the page in this fusion of creative writing and movement.
18 May & 2 November
2 x Day Workshops

Wellington High School

Price: $100 for each workshop
ABOUT / BIO
Ingrid is a certified "Core Connexion Transformational Arts®" practitioner and an "Open Floor" dance teacher. They are both conscious dance practices which compliment each other beautifully. Ingrid discovered the practice of conscious movement when she lived in San Francisco. After years of dancing the 5Rhythms, she came upon Core Connexion and trained with its founder, Eva Vigran.

Ingrid brings a wealth of experience in yoga, Feldenkrais, mindfulness, meditation and improvisation to this work. Her passion for teaching and leading classes and workshops springs from her own experience with dance as a path to healing and wholeness, as well as self-knowledge and self-expression.

Ingrid started out as a teacher of German as a second language and has been working as a writer and producer of radio documentaries for most of her career. She has a diploma in Art and Creativity from "The Learning Connexion" in Wellington. In 2016 she joined the "Open Floor" teacher training programme. Ingrid has lived in Germany, Great Britain, California and New Zealand. All this comes together in the unique flavour of her classes and choice of music.
Vision
My goal is to help people find their own unique expression in dance and movement and feel comfortable in their own bodies. I allow participants to be themselves and provide a safe container for this.
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