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(Re) Learning to Move: A Virtual, Four-Day Course with Dr. Martha Eddy

Come prepared to act, clown around, dance, and more to better understand how your brain and body inform your behavior.

 

DANC/THTR/NEU INT OL01: (re) Learning to Move: An Experiential Journey of Neuromotor Development and Its Meaning Today

June 7, 8, 10, and 11, 2021
11:30 am - 2:00 pm

During this 10-hour, four-day course, you will investigate your movement in relation to your personality, interactive style, and unique surrounding conditions. You will practice skills that you might have missed or never fully mastered such as moving with agility along the floor, and quadrupedally on hands and knees, or hands and feet and explore how these skills relate to everyday posture and walking as well as practicing dance, martial arts, physical theatre, and yoga.  

*Application Deadline is June 1, 2021

Program COSTS

   

DANC/THTR/NEU INT OL01:  (re)Learning to Move (noncredit)

10 Hours of Instruction

                                                   $300 

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I understand that I am applying to participate in a virtual, non-credit intensive. I understand that to cancel my registration, I must email notice of that cancellation to Jacqueline Noel (jnoel@mmm.edu) by 5/25/21. I understand that by failing to cancel my registration by the date indicated above, I will be responsible for the full workshop fee.

Dr. Martha EddyMartha Eddy, RSMT, CMA, DEP, EdD, and Licensed TBMC is an international advocate of somatic movement education and therapy, as well as somatic movement dance education. She is the author of Mindful Movement: The Evolution of the Somatic Arts and Conscious Action and a lecturer on embodied cognition, eco-somatics, the interaction of neuro-motor and socio-emotional development, and the role of the body and movement in peace education and violence prevention. She co-founded the Moving On Center in 1994 with Carol Swann in order to bridge somatic awareness with social change.