The Minnesota Alliance on Crime hosts Ty Graynor, a dancer and a teacher, who will guide us through a breathwork class. The class will get you charged up for the day and help to recalibrate your nervous system. The class can be done anywhere and you keep your camera off. This is for you to center yourself and boost your energy for the day ahead!
This practice will reconnect you with your relationship with breath in a deep somatic way. Think of yourself as a scuba diver that has the ability to surf and cleanse the inside of the body through visualization and breath techniques. The entire practice will be guided to provide deep moments of relaxation and also electrifying moments of awakening sensations! By the end of the practice your body will be feeling charged up and your mind will feel clear!
About Ty Graynor:
Ty received his BFA in Dance from The Hartt School of the University of Hartford, where he worked closely with Nina Watt, Miki Orihara, Stephen Pier, and Doug Varone. Throughout his training he has performed works by Martha Graham, José Limón, Doris Humphrey, Doug Varone, Bryan Arias, and Robin Becker. In 2018 he continued his training at the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance as a Company Dancer with Graham 2. In 2019 he joined the Limón Dance Company as a performing and teaching artist. Ty currently resides in Austin, Texas where he continues his performing and teaching practices. He is most interested in developing work and containers for movement that explore the human experience, with all of its textures, intensities, and paradoxes.