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Move into Awareness

Medical Qi Gong

My favorite definition of Qi Gong is “Life Energy Cultivation”. There are variations in translation and even more so in forms and practices…
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Your body is your best equipment, especially when your mind is in its movement. That’s what Pilates taught me and that’s what I use…
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I’ve done a lot of different kinds of yoga, and depending on what you consider yoga to be, it’s what I do every single day…
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Improves our capabilities and functioning in daily life…
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Cultivating awareness is the key to transforming patterns…
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One of the most widely used systems of human movement analysis…
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Body Mind Centering

An integrated and embodied approach to movement…
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Release Techniques

Topf, Klein and other release techniques, coming soon…
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Meditation is the art of listening… page coming soon
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Release, Recover, Replenish

Thai Yoga Bodywork

An ancient healing art with origins in Ayurvedic Yoga, Chinese medicine and Buddhist meditation, Thai Yoga Bodywork is…
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Chi Ne Tsang

An abdominal organ massage, to address the root of many of the ailments as a result of an obstruction in our internal organs…
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A beautifully gentle modality which helps to create a space of quiet and stillness for regeneration to happen…
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Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral therapies are about the healing that happens when we listen to the waves and pulses of the body…
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Prenatal Movement and Bodywork offer expecting mothers a gentle and integrated approach to self-care…
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Sound Baths

Sound immersion events that offer a relaxed and meditative setting for mindfulness in the act of listening…
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Presence through Action

Material for the Spine

Material for the Spine is a potent technique developed by Steve Paxton for bringing movement to our consciousness…
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Tuning Scores

Lisa Nelson’s Tuning Scores are both a training practice and a compositional language for creating performance in the moment…
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I’ve learned more about presence from working in this lineage than any other approach, and I’ve gained more insight into…
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Roberta Carreri of the Odin Teatret has a magical ability to distill and convey the essential art of embodiment…
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Action Theater

Action Theater was developed by Ruth Zapora and is one of the most versatile approaches I’ve experienced to improvisation…
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Viewpoints was originally developed in the 1970’s by the choreographer Marie Overlie, and it’s been popularized by Anne Bogart…
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Impulse and Improvisation

Dance Improvisation

I grew up bilingual, but dance has always been my true mother-tongue. There are as many ways of dancing…
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Contact Improvisation

Contact Improvisation (CI) is as much a freestyle dance form as it is a kind of contemporary Western yoga…
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Modern Dance

The Modern dance world has given birth to many incredible studios and teachers of movement…
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African Dance

Pat Hall’s Afro Caribbean dance class didn’t save my life so much as give it back to me…
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Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music…
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Open Movement

Open Movement NYC is a weekly jam where people come to dance, stretch and occasionally play music…
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