WARM UP!

We have created a short video warm-up, which we recommend you follow and complete 15mins before the start of your dance session to make sure your body is ready to get moving and to minimise any risk of injury. We also recommend you wear comfortable clothing and work in a clear, open space. [Please note: This video was originally recorded ahead of a live Zoom session. Please disregard the reference to a 4pm session at the end of the video since this is now out of date.]

Our Learning, Education and Participation (LEAP) team have created a series of online tutorials from home to help your flex your creative muscles while the Theatre is closed. Visit cft.org.uk/take-part to learn more about the work of the LEAP department and our outreach projects. If you can, please help us by making a donation to our special emergency appeal to support some of the vital work we’re doing to keep people connected. Visit cft.org.uk/keep-CFT-connected to donate.

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Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the UK’s flagship theatres, renowned for the exceptionally high standard of its productions as well as its work with the community and young people. Situated in a cathedral city in West Sussex between the South Downs and the sea, the Festival Theatre’s bold thrust stage design makes it one of England’s most striking playhouses; a studio theatre, the Minerva Theatre, sits nearby.
Warm up with Lauren | LEAP Remote Tutorials | Chichester Festival Theatre

We have created a short video warm-up, which we recommend you follow and complete 15mins before the start of your dance session to make sure your body is ready to get moving and to minimise any risk of injury. We also recommend you wear comfortable clothing and work in a clear, open space. [Please note: This video was originally recorded ahead of a live Zoom session. Please disregard the reference to a 4pm session at the end of the video since this is now out of date.]

Our Learning, Education and Participation (LEAP) team have created a series of online tutorials from home to help your flex your creative muscles while the Theatre is closed. Visit cft.org.uk/take-part to learn more about the work of the LEAP department and our outreach projects. If you can, please help us by making a donation to our special emergency appeal to support some of the vital work we’re doing to keep people connected. Visit cft.org.uk/keep-CFT-connected to donate.

See more of our work here:
Subscribe: http://bit.ly/cftsubscribe
Website: http://bit.ly/cfthome
Facebook: http://bit.ly/cftfacebook
Twitter: http://twitter.com/ChichesterFT
Instagram: http://bit.ly/cftinsta

Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the UK’s flagship theatres, renowned for the exceptionally high standard of its productions as well as its work with the community and young people. Situated in a cathedral city in West Sussex between the South Downs and the sea, the Festival Theatre’s bold thrust stage design makes it one of England’s most striking playhouses; a studio theatre, the Minerva Theatre, sits nearby.

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Warm up with Lauren | LEAP Remote Tutorials | Chichester Festival Theatre

It is Storm week & this week you will need to have made a storm jar for the session. 
You can follow our 'How To Make a Storm Jar' video on the Tangled Feet YouTube Channel or follow the quick and easy steps below. 
Like previous weeks it would be good to also bring along a blanket, a cushion or pillow and maybe even your favourite cuddly toy!
HOW TO MAKE A STORM JAR:
All you need is 1 small pot with a tightly sealed lid, water and some glitter, preferably eco-friendly biodegradable glitter ♻️
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STEP BY STEP:
1. Undo the lid of your pot
2. Fill the pot to two thirds full with water
3. Carefully sprinkle glitter into the pot
4. Fill with glitter until it covers the surface of the water
5. Reattach the lid of your pot
6. Make sure a grown up has sealed the pot shut for you so it cannot be reopened
7. Now shake your storm jar and watch the glitter move
8. Give the jar a big shake and keep watching until the last bit of glitter has stopped moving
9. Try taking some deep belly breaths as you watch the glitter settle, how does it make you feel?
10. Put your storm jar somewhere special to you, where you can play with it. It will help to settle your mind when it feels stormy.

If you aren't able to make one you could use a snow globe instead. Or you can still take part in the breathing exercises without one too, we wouldn't want you to miss out on this week.

Do tag us in your pics & vids of you doing the sessions - you can share these on our social media platforms @tangledfeet & #mindfulnessprojectathome or comment below too!

Have a great week everyone.
Week Five: The Mindfulness Project at Home (Storm week)

It is Storm week & this week you will need to have made a storm jar for the session.
You can follow our 'How To Make a Storm Jar' video on the Tangled Feet YouTube Channel or follow the quick and easy steps below.
Like previous weeks it would be good to also bring along a blanket, a cushion or pillow and maybe even your favourite cuddly toy!
HOW TO MAKE A STORM JAR:
All you need is 1 small pot with a tightly sealed lid, water and some glitter, preferably eco-friendly biodegradable glitter ♻️

STEP BY STEP:
1. Undo the lid of your pot
2. Fill the pot to two thirds full with water
3. Carefully sprinkle glitter into the pot
4. Fill with glitter until it covers the surface of the water
5. Reattach the lid of your pot
6. Make sure a grown up has sealed the pot shut for you so it cannot be reopened
7. Now shake your storm jar and watch the glitter move
8. Give the jar a big shake and keep watching until the last bit of glitter has stopped moving
9. Try taking some deep belly breaths as you watch the glitter settle, how does it make you feel?
10. Put your storm jar somewhere special to you, where you can play with it. It will help to settle your mind when it feels stormy.

If you aren't able to make one you could use a snow globe instead. Or you can still take part in the breathing exercises without one too, we wouldn't want you to miss out on this week.

Do tag us in your pics & vids of you doing the sessions - you can share these on our social media platforms @tangledfeet & #mindfulnessprojectathome or comment below too!

Have a great week everyone.

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Week Five: The Mindfulness Project at Home (Storm week)

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