January 2020 update

Welcome to 2020, the new decade and new year with a new look programme (still in draft form!)

The Rosina Bonsu Moves team are Sue Crow, Catherine Hardy, Kate Henderson, Laura Gonzalez, myself with Brian Hartley taking care of the visual element, design and website.

The team are excited to be offering a range of classes to provide something for everyone. If there is something you would like, please let us know.

The Wake Up to 2020 workshop was fully booked and gave us an uplifting, joyous, delightful start to the year, beginning as we mean to go on.

I would like to take this opportunity to share my current health challenge. I have secondary breast cancer and treatment has already started. I have the same amazing oncology team, supported by extraordinary family, surrounded by unbelievable friends and the cherry on the cake – to be part of this fantastic rich, nurturing and nourishing yoga community.

I am happy to answer questions, hear your stories and receive your hugs.
Whether you have shared the journey with me before or not let us move forward together to the light, joy and yoga.

February Update

Wow it has been some month! The Sunday workshop in February and yesterday have been magical.

I am so looking forward to starting work with JoAnna Mendl Shaw on creative processes and developing choreography. Below is a link to the work she was invited to make with a group of autistic people and horses in Sweden, last autumn and she will create a new piece in April. I am grabbing her while she is on route. Fingers crossed that cca, Sauciehall street will screen the film of the making and performance of her piece Håstdans på Hovdala, dancers, horses and autistic performers.

Below is a clip so check it out, then come to the screening!

Adura Onashie is on tour to India with the piece HeLa. She has an exciting year ahead with tours to the Caribbean and Brazil. Congratulations Adura.

Just made it to Tramway to see the work of Siobhan Davies – totally inspiring, with engaging performers at the height of their skills. It is so powerful to see artists making work, taking risks and communicating directly with the audience. Shame about the way a Tramway staff member threw us out at the end, felt like being at the mercy of the school janitor!

The results of the Artists Residency at the Citizen’s is fabulous.. The work of Greg Sinclair and Sarah Amy Fishlock is in the foyer and I want to go and have another look and listen.

The Vocal Performers at the Royal Conservatoire have been joining me in the fun of learning and doing early, Renaissance Dance and the Waltz. Yes I have put it in capitals – it deserves it for being so challenging.

Had a beautiful weekend in Dunoon with friends that I did the Yoga teacher training course with now 5 years ago. How did all that time pass?! We had great weather, walked in Kilmun arboretum and shared a lovely yoga practice.

“You already know enough. So do I. It is not knowledge we lack. What is missing is the courage to understand what we know and to draw conclusions.”

Sven Lindqvist