Cards and Publications
If you've already been to a Move into Life workshop or done some other movement work, you may find these resources helpful:
Reeve, S (2011) Nine Ways of Seeing a Body, Axminster: Triarchy Press ~ More details
Reeve, S (ed.) (2013) Body and Performance, Axminster: Triarchy Press ~ More details
Reeve, S (2014) ‘The Sacrum and the Sacred: mutual transformation of performer and site through ecological movement in sacred sites’ in Williamson, A & Batson, G (eds) Dance, Somatics and Spiritualities: Contemporary Sacred Narratives, Bristol: Intellect ~ More details
Bloom, K , Galanter, M, Reeve, S (eds) (2014) Embodied Lives, Reflections on the influence of Suprapto Suryodarmo and Amerta Movement , Axminster: Triarchy Press ~ More details
Reeve, S (2015) ‘Moving beyond inscription to incorporation’: the four dynamics of ecological movement in site-specific performance in Hunter,V (ed) Moving Sites: Investigating Site Specific Dance Performance, Oxford: Routledge ~ More details
I have spare copies of some of these books which you can borrow or buy.
Clarke, A (2009) ‘Advance error by error, with erring steps’: embracing and exploring mistakes and failure across the psychophysical performer training space', Journal of Writing in Creative Practice ~ More details
Collins, B (2015) 'Moving in the Field of Compassion', Inside Out : The Journal for the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy No 76 Spring 2015 ~ More details
Reeve, S (2011) ‘Reading, Gardening and ‘Non-Self’: Joged Amerta and its emerging influence on ecological somatic practice’, Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices ~More details
You have to pay to read the full articles unless you have access to them via a university or research institution. But I have spare copies of some of these articles which you can look at.
A Box of 50 cards to inspire you in your movement practice on a daily basis! Read more here.
Reeve, S. (2006) 'The Next Step: Ecological Body and Performance'
This is a paper I gave at The Changing Body Symposium, Exeter University, January 2006. It describes the approach I used in devising Being in Between - a durational performance at Bristol Zoo. Download a pdf of the paper.
Collins, B. (2006) 'Environmental Movement at Dunmoran Head, Co. Sligo'
First published: Inside Out : The Journal for the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy No 48 Spring 2006.
Barbara describes how moving in the environment brings her "to embodied mindfulness, to open-hearted, moment-to-moment, non-judgmental awareness". Download a pdf of the article.