Movement Research Closed to the Public Aug 15-26.

Movement Research’s office will be closed to the public August 15-26. Limited hours are available by appointment. Please email info@movementresearch.org with questions or to schedule an appointment.


In the meantime…
Our Fall 2011/Winter 2012 Season begins in September!
Join us for classes with Jen Abrams, Barbara Mahler, Irene Dowd, Cori Olinghouse with Kai Kleinbard, K.J. Holmes, Karl Anderson, Juliette Mapp, and Jon Kinzel.
Visit http://www.movementresearch.org/classesworkshops/ for class schedule and descriptions.

Workshops in September include:

Workshop with Milka Djordjevich
Wednesdays, September 7, 14, 21, 28
6:15-8:15 pm, Movement Research at Eden’s Expressway
$40 for full 4-week enrollment, $15 per drop-in

Open Movement Practice
This open level movement class draws from elements of social, folk, and contemporary dance forms, as well as from ordinary action. Resisting the urge to transform ourselves into blank slates, we will abandon the term ‘neutral’ and uncover our bodies’ inherent knowledge and history. By using sensorial, perceptual, anatomical, spatial and imaginative pathways, we’ll amplify, morph and direct our individual movement patterning. We will play with technical structures, improvisational concepts, choreographic frameworks and performing. Class will allow us to continuously activate our bodies through space, while discovering the kinesthetic sensitivity of a dynamic body-in-motion.
Register at:
http://www.movementresearch.org/classesworkshops/classdescriptions/?class=workshops

Workshop with Daria Faïn
Sundays, Sept 18, Oct 16, Nov 20, Dec 18, Jan 15, Feb 19
2-6pm, Movement Research at Eden’s Expressway
for non-choir members: $120 for all 6 sessions, $25 per drop-in
for choir members: $75 for all 6 sessions, $15 per drop-in

PROSODIC BODY Workshop: Choreoprosodia (the fusion of movement and prosody)
These six workshops focus on the sonic properties of language exploring the correspondences between energy centers, hormonal secretion, seed movements, sonic harmony, and emotional and neurological impact. Spending time with each of the different phoneme-harmonic-compositions developed for the Phoneme Choir, we will use a ‘scientific methodology’ to differentiate and name how each affects individuals and inform us of their healing and performative properties.
Register at:
http://www.movementresearch.org/classesworkshops/classdescriptions/?class=workshops

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