Summer First Thursday Play Group

Slow Down

St. Paul, MN

First Thursday of every month, May - September: 5:30 - 7:30 pm

InterPlay is a coming together of humanity's most precious gifts: music, movement, stories, and wholesome connection through witnessing, listening, and PLAY. In this revolutionary time, being grounded and awake in our bodies benefits ourselves, our communities, and the movement. InterPlay taps us into our “body wisdom”, the intuition and strength that springs from being fully in your body and in the connective synergy of a group. You are welcome to bring yourself however you are - tired, grumpy, anxious, hyper, sad - or dealing with limitations of any kind. I seek to suit all energy levels, moods, and abilities in my facilitation. You can always choose to witness or adjust activities to best suit you. If you need one, please bring your own chair.  If you desire, please bring your musical instrument! If you are without a vehicle, feel free to contact me in advance and we'll coordinate transportation! Sessions are completely donation-based with $5 - 20 suggested.  No need to donate unless you are able and moved to. You can either bring cash or send donations through Venmo @bodyconnectmn

Cost: Suggested donation $5 - 20

Registration/Information: No need to register, just show up


Highland Park Picnic Pavillion

1200 Montreal Ave
St. Paul, MN 55116
Location is right next to Circus Juventes tent on the south side of Montreal Ave. Parking lot available.
Slow Down
Slow is a youth worker and spiritual seeker. She runs her own business "BodyConnect" leading InterPlay in schools and community centers with folks of all ages. She is passionate about justice, personal development, and creative expression. She has been doing InterPlay for 7 years and leading for about 3. She lives in a community house and has a graduate degree in Youth Development from the University of Minnesota.

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