Experience a radical shift in ways of perceiving, learning, understanding and training the dance artist in technique, choreography, and performance
The Movement Fundamentals training consists of practices built upon 6 principles:
Three movement courses which liberate the student into self knowledge and dance artistry through practicing embodiment, refining movement, and crafting expression.
These three courses along with the study of Contact Improvisation, emphasize functional anatomy and dynamic alignment as tools for ordinary and extraordinary movement; internal connectivity for range and efficiency of movement and of relationship to self, other and world; and sensory and imagistic awareness for sophistication in artistic vocabulary and intention.
The articulate body is understood and experienced as an intelligent instrument, while integration of body, mind and spirit supports the student’s development as an engaged and engaging artist. This (w)holistic approach toward dance training develops skills for a creative and sustainable living practice.
Movement Fundamentals Tenets of Practice:
Movement Fundamentals—Liberating Practices for the Dance Artist, copyright Jane Hawley, 2001.