In this episode, Michael speaks with Arawana Hayashi about her new book, Social Presencing Theater: The Art of Making a True Move. In this discussion, they talked about the importance of being embodied and how movement helps us to deepen our connection with others and create a more interconnected, just, and humane society. Arawana defined Social Presencing Theater as a set of embodied activities and reflections that support personal transformation, social creativity and systems change.
Arawana Hayashi is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher, trained in both Japanese and Western art forms. From her career’s inception, her work as an artist and meditation practitioner has been intertwined with innovations in community building and education. Since the 1970s her focus has been on using non-verbal collaborative improvisation methods to increase personal presence and group performance. Arawana is a founding member of the Presencing Institute (www.presencing.com). To find out more about her book and work go to: arawanahayashi.com
“Social Presencing Theater invites us to tap into our natural creativity and ability to fully embody the ‘performance’ of being human.”~Arawana Hayashi
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