traumatic stress

traumatic stress

Yvonne Pouget: watch on stage fascial based bodywork to release traumatic stress

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Yvonne Pouget is the respected artistic expert for the transversion of the topics of surviving and trauma on stage and for a specific fascial based bodywork to release traumatic stress witch Pouget offers in her workshops programs. Pouget created different production about the topic of post-traumatic stress dissorder, dissociation, the psychiatric Dimension of Modern War, the transmission of trauma to the next generation ans body image disturbance. Her productions offers an inview what trauma means for the person affected, she makes it sensible utilising insights of modern trauma research, same time showing the chances of healing. Trained in Butoh the outstanding artist, choreographer and dancer developed her own and unique body language on stage. She transcends both butoh and classical contemporary dance and expresses a form of symbolic wish-fulfillment. her artistic work has up a unique position inside the contemporary dance world. Focussing on small, subtle movements, she reduces the visible on its very essence of human beeing. In her productions she uses this „bodylanguage of poetry“ on pure for a metaphysic desire fulfilment: the world of the stage makes possible on what reality fail: „the soul gets grant do build wings. "Yvonne Pouget was sharing with workshop's participants highest-quality art standards, high developed body consciousness and deepest therapeutic ability to create safe and loving space to transform painful body-soul experience into joy and happiness of freeing movement. Yvonne's presence offered a truly transformational space for an absolutely unique performance of healing art and developing new level of awareness. In her performances I discovered the same magic quality of stage presence, seldom combination of technique excellence and philosophical depth, touching tenderness and smashing power, united in the passion to destroy lies and illusions about ourselves and our world and to confront audience with the truth of human life, with the pain and joy of being human, being lost, being loved. "