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Skinner Releasing Technique starts THIS WEEKEND!

Karl Anderson, Skinner Releasing Technique
Saturdays 12-4pm
NOV 13 & 27, DEC 4 &18, JAN 15 & 29 and FEB 12 & 26

Randy Warshaw Studio, 115 Wooster Street b/w Prince and Spring, buzzer 2F
$30 per class
register online at:
www.movementresearch.org/classesworkshops/classdescriptions/index.php

Skinner Releasing Technique
Think, feel, play. The Skinner Releasing Technique is a movement-based and imagery-based process of discovery. SRT enables one to discover their own mechanical logic, intuitive awareness, and personal imagistic realities. The intended long term result of SRT is a mature person who is a self-motivated and self-propelled critical thinker. The SRT pedagogy is highly structured and rigorous and yet the classes unravel within a sense of ease and mystery. Partner graphics, structured improvisations, and guided imagery allow the student to find clarity within the physical self. In addition to becoming better movers and dancers, we happen upon empathy which in turn can lead to compassion.

Skinner Releasing Class is Back!

Skinner Releasing Technique with Karl Anderson is happening!!
Two Saturdays a month, see specific dates below, November-February.
12-4pm. $30 per class.
Randy Warshaw Studio, 115 Wooster Street b/w Prince and Spring, buzzer 2F.

Saturdays (specific dates listed below), 12-4pm:
November 13
November 27
December 4
December 18
January 15
January 29
February 12
February 26
Skinner Releasing Technique
Think, feel, play. The Skinner Releasing Technique is a movement-based and imagery-based process of discovery. SRT enables one to discover their own mechanical logic, intuitive awareness, and personal imagistic realities. The intended long term result of SRT is a mature person who is a self-motivated and self-propelled critical thinker. The SRT pedagogy is highly structured and rigorous and yet the classes unravel within a sense of ease and mystery. Partner graphics, structured improvisations, and guided imagery allow the student to find clarity within the physical self. In addition to becoming better movers and dancers, we happen upon empathy which in turn can lead to compassion.

Register here: www.movementresearch.org/classesworkshops/classdescriptions/index.php

The Week Ahead. June 7-13, 2010

Martin Lanz Landázuri, Cajitaperformatic

Martin Lanz Landázuri, Cajitaperformatic

This Week at Movement Research…Studies Project, classes, schedule changes, performances, and more!

Monday June 7. NO Movement Research at the Judson Church. It’s spring festival time instead!

Please check out the last events of the Movement Research Spring Festival 2010: HARDCORPS here: http://www.movementresearch.org/performancesevents/festival/
Movement Research at the Judson church will resume on June 14.

Wednesday June 9. Open Performance.
8pm. DTW David White Studio at 219 West 19th Street, 3rd Floor.
NO RESERVATIONS and ADMISSION IS FREE
(A suggested donation of $3 or more is asked of those able to contribute)
Featuring work by: Ethan Brand Corporation, agise & dancers, Liz Santoro, and Megan Bascom
Moderator: Maggie Bennett,  Movement Research Artist-in-Residence 2009

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