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A “Neuro-Conscious” Taste for Beauty in Our Dance of Life

Broadcast on June 06, 2023
With Paul Pui Wo Lee
Hosted by Lavinia Plonka

Paul Pui Wo Lee discusses what happens if we get trapped living in the loop of what we don't know. Feldenkrais helps a person learn their hidden individual possibilities through experiencing. He explores how much artistry, taste, and flavor we can cultivate in our human experience to understand how to co-create a more hospitable culture and society for people. 

In this session, you’ll discover:

  • A short Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement lesson to illustrate what learning through experiencing actually means
  • The nervous system's ability to continue learning is our salvation, and can inform more “neuro-conscious” educational systems
  • The more cultivated we are to shift, the more artistry, style, and assuredness we have in our balancing through the circumstances
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Paul Pui Wo Lee

Certified Feldenkrais® Practitioner

Paul Pui Wo Lee is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner, JKA practitioner, and therapist with a background as a professional contemporary dancer. He trained at Canada’s National Ballet School, the Rotterdam Dance Academy, and then danced with IT Dansa in Barcelona and the Gothenburg Opera Ballet. As a freelancer with Andersson Dance and Scottish Ensemble, he has toured Goldberg Variations Ternary Patterns for Insomnia internationally since 2015, and has had the privilege to perform at The Kennedy Center and The Barbican. He regularly teaches Feldenkrais along with a dynamically organic approach to ballet at dance companies and schools in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, and Hong Kong.

Paul Pui Wo Lee