The Bodymind (mini) Film Festival in Toronto
See the world through the eyes of someone with special needs
The BodyMind (mini) Film Festival – The Spiral Movement Center will be opening its doors on February 15th ,2017 to host the first “The BodyMind (mini) Film Festival” from 7pm to 9pm at 20 Leslie St, Studio 206, in Toronto.
The BodyMind (mini) Film Festival features three documentaries dedicated to the powerful and transformative healing force of the body and mind. “We’re really excited to invite the public to come and see this trio of short films,” says Yuji Oka, the Co-Founder of Spiral Movement Center. “These films, featuring the perspectives of a child with cerebral palsy, a teenager with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and two adults who are exploring mind-body techniques for the first time, show how modern somatic re-education can help people of all ages and from all walks of life.”
Doors open at 6:30pm. Light refreshments will be served. Attendees are asked to pay what they can for admission to the show. A live-stream option will also be available to those who register for the event.
Spiral Movement Center uses dance and natural healing techniques to help people with all types of special needs to integrate sensations, perceptions, thoughts, and emotions so that they may find their internal self-direction.
“These films show some of our students’ amazing journeys to channel our amazing ability to heal and progress ourselves internally. We get to see our students using structured movement as a part of their learning how to travel through their world. It’s a fascinating and complicated journey,” says Oka.
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