Spring Jam

The Spring Jam in Bellingham is a Contact Improvisation weekend. It will include a class, music, contemplation, and of course Contact Improvisation. Join us to practice and discover Contact Improvisation.

Spring Jam
Michal Lahav dancing at the Winter Jam in Bellingham

The Spring Jam in Bellingham is a Contact Improvisation weekend hosted by Carmen and Rajendra Serber. It will include a class, a lab, music, contemplation*, and of course Contact Improvisation. It’s a perfect time to come behold the beauty and splendor of the Aikido Peace Education Center while practicing and discovering Contact Improvisation.

March 10-12 – Friday evening, all day Saturday and Sunday morning. Schedule below.

THE JAM IS NOW FULL. Registation closed. If you would like to hear about our upcoming events you can join our mailing list or follow theFacebook page.

If you are registered and have not payed yet you can send payment via Venmo to @Carmen-Serber with the note "Spring Jam in Bellingham".


Friday March 10

6:00   Open Space
7:00   Welcome experience into Jam
8ish    Jam with music – music by YamSweets

Saturday March 11

10:00   Welcome experience
10:30  Underscore facilitated by Michal Lahav
1:30     Lunch
3:30    Class with Carmen
5:00    Open Space - Jam
5:30    Dinner
7:00 Mixer into Jam with Rajendra
8ish Jam with music – music by Serge Gubelman

Sunday March 12

10:00 Contemplative Dance Practice* into Jam facilitated by Carmen 12:30 Closing  Circle
1:00  Clean up

*Contemplative Dance Practice is a simple yet profound practice of moving meditation. It works with the innate intelligence of the body, psyche and imagination, and their drive for wholeness and integration. We pay attention to the body and invite it to lead into movement or stillness, suspending self-criticism and cultivation awareness. We may move, or be moved, into deeper streams of consciousness. As we practice, the artificial boundaries between body, psyche and spirit begin to dissolve and we discover aspects of ourselves and our lives from fresh perspectives. As we practice with others, we develop an appreciation for the diversity of human experience.