May, 2020

27may12:0013:30Event OverFeaturedOnline Class Art of Movement - WERK (mixed)12:00 - 13:30 MET Facilitator: Camille Barton Category:body workFormat:class


Camille Barton

Camille Barton is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, facilitator, coach and somatic movement practitioner, working on the intersections of wellness, arts, drug policy and social change. Camille’s art practice involves dance, improvisation, ritual and Afrofuturism to weave new realities fusing pleasure and visions of utopia. They serve Afro Bass as DJ AfroOankali and teach Afro Flow, a dance class that fuses somatics with African movement forms.


(Wednesday) 12:00 - 13:30 MET



Event Details

WERK is a dance ritual designed to get you in your body, while helping you to develop somatic awareness, body autonomy and knowledge of how to self regulate your nervous system in times of stress and anxiety.

WERK is open to everyone but we specifically invite and create space for Queer, Trans, Indigenous, Black and POC folks (QTIBPOC). QTIBPOC are currently under represented and under served in conscious dance, somatic and healing spaces, despite many of these practices having roots in our cultures.

WERK is a space to access the healing and revolutionary power of dance and free movement. In an indigenous African context, dance rituals are essential for connecting to ancestors, feeling into community and metabolising grief, as well as celebration. In our current times, it feels important to sense into the world through our bodies so we can think clearly, to respond rather than react out of fear.


  • Welcome

  • Grounding meditation and embodied check in

  • Intention setting

  • Dance / Movement

  • Grounding down

  • Sharing and close




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