MOVING OUR SELVES INTENSIVE

Friday, 12 May 2017
Published in Workshops & News

Readiness and Sustainability in Times of Rapid Change

Moving Our Selves Intensives use the Laban Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS) to investigate how we live in the world, and how our movement choices hinder or support the changes we seek. LBMS enables us to perceive, experience, and describe our own personal movement patterns. Our patterns influence how we negotiate boundaries and balance the needs of self and other.

We will research the unique phrasing with which we organize our movement – how the parts of our movement fit into the whole of who we are.  By developing mini-profiles of our own movement patterns, we will shine a light on the relationship between our inner and outer worlds. We will creatively design ways to shift our own patterns to cultivate self-sustainability in support of readiness, embodied engagement, and action.

Moving Our Selves Intensives integrate theoretical and experiential aspects of the Laban Bartenieff Movement System. Please bring paper and pen and wear comfortable clothing.

 

Workshop

Moving Our Selves
July 8th - 9th 2017 - 10 - 17.30
register before June 15th - € 165,-
register after June 15th - € 215,- 
 
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Joanna Brotman, CMA (Certified Movement Analyst) is a dance and movement educator and coach based in New York City. She is on the core faculty of the Laban Institute of Movement Studies Certification Programs in Scotland and Israel, and leads movement intensives for dancers, educators, therapists and actors internationally. Joanna teaches in the Masters of Dance Education program at Rutgers University, at the Dance Education Laboratory of the 92nd St Y, and on the dance faculty of The Dalton School.

Katharina Conradi, MA, CMA (Certified Movement Analyst) is a movement teacher, somatic coach and dance therapist based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She works with performance artists in Europe and abroad. Katharina teaches at CODARTS Rotterdam and at AHK Amsterdam, coaches clients in their creative development, and produces dance performances and films. She recently published the book “The Home Project” with Matina Sideri about citizens feeling at home in old Amsterdam. www.katharinaconradi.com

 
 
Information & registration
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Studio 7
Eerste Nassaustraat 7 
Amsterdam