Washington Area Certified Movement Analysts (WACMA) is excited to host an introductory workshop for those interested in the Laban/Bartenieff material, in particular in its applications to the arts.
Movement Analysis for
Performing and Creative Artists
Where ? Dance
Loft on 14
4618 14th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20011
When ? Saturday,
October 12th, 2019, 10:00am-1:00pm
Who is teaching ? WholeMovement
members Cat Maguire and Esther Geiger
Who is it for?
Anyone interested in theatre, dance, visual arts and/or creative writing. No
LBMS experience necessary – just an interest in human movement as applied to
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WholeMovement faculty, Karen Studd and Cat Maguire will be presenting at the Creative Arts Education and Therapy (CAET) World Forum in October 2019 in Beijing, China.For more details, please visit
Karen Studd will be teaching an Advanced Workshop, Unpacking the Complexity of Movement – the Parts in Relation to the Whole; a Process of Analysis and Synthesis at EUROLAB Fri. 24th – Sun. 26th May 2019 Vivace Tanzstudio, Nollendorfstr. 11-12, 10777 Berlin
Washington Area Certified Movement Analysts (WACMA) is excited to host an introductory workshop for those interested in the Laban/Bartenieff material.
What ? Introduction to the Laban/Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS)
Where ? the University of Maryland/College Park – Clarice Smith Center for the Performing Arts
When ? Saturday, May 18th 10:00am-1:00pm
Who is teaching ? WholeMovement members Laura Cox and Esther Geiger
Who is it for? Any/All takers – no experience necessary – just an interest in human movement
How much does it cost ? Workshop fee – $45 ($22 discount price for UMD students with ID)
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/580603035740440/?active_tab=about
Open to all, no experience required – the workshop will provide an introduction for curious newcomers and a review/update for those with some LBMS background.
Learn to understand your native language: Movement!
We all grow up “reading” and “speaking” movement unconsciously. Become aware of the underlying structure and components that make our moving experience meaningful. Learn how we use our bodies to function, communicate and relate to others and to our environment.
This workshop will provide a basic introduction to The Laban/Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS); we’ll look at overarching patterns and themes of human movement and explore the anatomical basis, emotional expression and spatial organization that gives movement meaning.
To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/introduction-to-the-labanbartenieff-movement-system-lbms-tickets-57051841594