Negotiating the threshold, the crossing pointRead More
Getting to the core of it. Fresh perspectives on the value of time and ageRead More
Taking a different view with Professor Woodward at Marine Park PrimaryRead More
Considerations of ways of knowing ..Read More
Spiralling inwards to rest and restoreRead More
Putting yourself on the map. ...feeling your way thereRead More
Connecting communities through moving togetherRead More
What lies beneath....a somatic approach to mapping and sharing experience, an exploratory body mapping workshop.Read More
Mobilise and Socialise - a practice and a philosophy, a way of connecting small and big issues as part of Paula Turner's ongoing action research into the social and political aspects of moving togetherRead More
One step at a time is good walking. Part of my practice is an an approach which I call Dynamic Dementia. It is an approach which, like all of my work, seeks to be situated in the now. The process of being in the now is both simple and complex, easy and problematic and as I am finding can ruffle a few feathers...Read More
Balancing the globe.....Read More
"Actually I've decided I'm coming back to study when I'm eighteen"
I have a particular interest in how we treat/respond to age and have a commitment to the creating and curating of mingling , moving opportunities between the generations.
Ascending the head space and contemplating the viewRead More
Coming home to the core.....Read More
"Everyone looks different at the end of a practice! Tension is released from faces, brows un-furrow and people just seem more open and released. There is a quality of softness, ease and openness and usually lots of smiling"....Read More