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How do you think body language affects political climate and decision making?

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Obama's first State of the Union: far-off gazes, hand gestures and a scene-stealing Joe BidenThe "Hope" gaze is back. You remember: President Obama's trademark poseduring the campaign, that look he'd…Continue

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3-D Workout Instructor Training, Level 1 at Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies

June 25, 2012 at 9:30am to June 30, 2012 at 5:30pm
3-D WORKOUT is a cutting-edge fitness program for the general public based on LMA/BF. Developed by Dianne Woodruff, CMA, PhD and taught since 1999, this progressive program of fascial fitness restores whole-body connectedness and three-dimensional function. 3-D Workout offers two levels of instructor training supported by two professionally-produced DVDs. A revolution is underway toward understanding the role of connective tissue (fascia) in movement and body organization. We now have…See More
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Workshop Series: LMA/LoD for Dance & Movement Educators at Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies

April 28, 2012 at 10am to April 29, 2012 at 4pm
This series of four workshops is designed specifically with the dance and movement educator in mind. Basic components of Laban Movement Analysis and Language of Dance will be explored, along with corresponding Motif Notation, in an experiential and integrated format. Participants will actively explore concepts individually and collaboratively and will also consider applications in practice. A workshop packet will be provided for each workshop including theory concepts, Motif, ideas for…See More
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"Learn our other native language: Movement" Certification Program in Laban Movement Analysis at the University of Tennessee at Univeristy of Tennessee, Theater Department

June 16, 2012 to July 2, 2012
Module I-Immersion in Laban Movement AnalysisBeginning June 16, 2012 Sponsored by the University of Tennessee Theatre Department Module II * Module III * Module IV * Final ProjectThis program is contingent upon enrollment. Details including fees, dates, etc., will be finalized soon. Space is limited to 16 participants. Must have completed these three prerequisites prior to beginning the program: Introduction to Bartenieff Fundamentals™, Introduction to Laban Movement Analysis, Introduction to…See More
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"I will definitely take a listen to Fiona Templeton. I have admired her work with the memory of space and the performance of handwriting for years."
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"Hi Majula, Thanks for finding us on Dance-Tech! Where do your interests lie with Laban/Bartenieff Studies? How do you know about LIMS®? Hope to hear from you soon, Corinne, LIMS®"
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"Hi Rusty, I too just saw your comment. Even thought you spoke with Ana just the other day, and I know you are not feeling well, I thought i would let you know what nights work for me. An hour in the evening is fine. Generally I can meet on Tuesday…"
Oct 14, 2010

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Corinne Cappelletti is a Registered Somatic Educator/ Movement Therapist/ Dance Artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She holds a MFA from the University of Utah in Modern Dance. As a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, Corinne designs collaborative models for building place-identity through choreography and improvisational performance, such as The New Pedestrian (last brought to Aix-en-Provence, France, April 2011) and Carry your Burdens (premiered during the public art festival: Art in Odd Places: Ritual, October 2011). Her interactive stage performances and multi-media installation work have been presented in New York City at St. Mark’s Church/Danspace (Food for Thought), Dance New Amsterdam (Raw Material), 3rd Ward (Art in Bushwick festival), National Arts Club Director’s loft (hosted by Les Salonneirs), Governor’s Island (FIGMENT festival), and Dixon Place (Crossing Boundaries). Corinne is currently researching the Dynamics of Touch™ from the LMA and BMC frameworks with her colleagues, Martha Eddy and Eva Perrotta; and performing for jill sigman/think dance. Since November 2009, she has been the Education Programs Manager at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies where she also teaches Introductory Workshops and assists the Certification Programs.
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At 10:06pm on October 12, 2010, Rusty Curcio said…
Corinne,

I just read this message today. Dance Tech is new and I just skipped over it. I would love to schedule some movement sessions soon. I am finished with rehearsals for the show I was working on so my evenings are free. I do teach 5 days this semester in the afternoons. I could do a morning around rush hour or evenings starting at 5:30 or 6:00pm. Evening are better for me. Maybe we could meet for an hour.
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