This workshop offers an introduction to sensation and state-oriented bodywork. It aims to guide participants towards a so-called Full Drop into the body.

Guðjónsdóttir's working and teaching methods are grounded in a practice that brings the physiological and psychological states of the body together. Starting the day with 2 hours of a guided myofascial meditation in order to connect with the Empty Body, the medium through which we get to know the movements within the fascia system of the body and beyond. We then elaborate, investigate and integrate the discoveries we make during the remainder of the workshop day.

Facing fundamental emotional, psychological and physiological cramps and tightness carried within the body, we work together to unblock these parts of the body. A part of this process is to release the professional dancer's 'outside eye' that observes, judges and separates the dancer from the inner experience, surrendering fully to that which goes beyond the conditioned body memory.

Wednesday 3.2. at 10.00–14.00
Instructor: Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir
Location: Zodiak Studio C4
Duration: 1 session / 4 hours
Participation fee: 50 €
The enrolment period has ended but there are still places available in the workshop. If you'd like to sign up, please send an email to

NB! The last day to cancel the workshop is 27 January.

Availability is limited, so sign up in time! Welcome letters and invoices are sent to participants immediately after registration closes. Cancellations must be communicated no later than seven days before the course begins. With the exception of injuries and illnesses certified in writing by a doctor, cancellations made later than seven days before the course or workshop are subject to full course fee.

Please bring a receipt of your course payment to the first meeting of your course. Zodiak's courses and workshops can also be paid using pre-paid Liikuntaseteli and Kulttuuriseteli vouchers (Smartum Oy) as well as Virikeseteli vouchers (Edenred Oy).

For further inquiries, please contact Inari Pesonen at or 050 412 7116 (weekdays from 11 am to 4 pm).