Esther Geiger is a movement teacher and observer/analyst. She is a Certified Movement Analyst (CMA), trained in the Laban/Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS) and has taught in LBMS certification programs in Maryland, New York and Tel Aviv. She is the coordinator of the Washington Area Certified Movement Analysts (WACMA), a continuing education and networking resource for CMAs in the DC/MD/VA region.
Esther holds a BA in Early Childhood Development from Antioch University and an MA in Liberal Studies, with a major in Movement, from Wesleyan University. She toured for ten years with dance and theatre companies doing in-school performances; worked as a pre-school teacher; served as a yoga center administrator; and has choreographed and taught using Richard Bull’s Structured Improvisation techniques. Esther has practiced Iyengar Yoga since 1980. Her focus is on finding intersections between these various fields, with Movement Studies as the thread through. She has thus applied her movement training to yoga practice and instruction, playground design, personnel administration, unschooling, and audio description for dance, among other endeavors.