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September 12, 2019, Thursday - Peavey Plaza - Thursday Practice

Time: 5:30pm

Location: 1100 S Marquette Ave

Peavey Plaza - Thursday Practice

Meet near Nicollet Avenue side of the plaza Everyone is welcome. No previous experience is necessary. The session is 90 minutes long. Bring your favorite pocket music and earbuds. We’ll have extra earbuds if you forget. Wear good shoes for moving on pavement and dress for weather. And bring a water bottle. Anyone can do this! "Don’t You Feel It Too?" is the simple and beautiful act of dancing your inner life in public. It is a form of movement meditation that transforms the self while taking action in the world.

Participants feel stress relief, resilience, compassion, connection, and belonging.