Due to the situation with COVID-19, the workshop is postponed to July 2021. Dates will be announced as soon as possible. Peggy Hackney is eager to work with us next year.
EMOVE Institute is so happy to welcome Peggy Hackney in Amsterdam to teach a 4 day workshop, July 2021!
The workshop it titled: “Breath & Phrasing, Journey through Shape & Space”, and will be open to all movement practitioners.
By studying the basic nature of the Breath and Phrasing you will experience
- more ease and flow in movement and expression
- more access to finding the core/essence/center of yourself
- different possibilities for Phrasing your Self statements…and hence
- more Self expression
- access to your own creative resources to avoid burnout and injury
Check out the flyer below.
The workshop is fully booked, so registration is no longer possible.
In addition to the workshop we organize a shared practice time in the afternoon for C(L)MA’s (2.30 pm – 5.30 pm) entitled ‘Embodied Knowledge – Gathering and Sharing’. There all C(L)MA’s can present their work, interests and ideas on how to bring LBMS into the world. We will share our common ground and learn from each other. We ask participants to contribute in the costs for rent and organization of the afternoons (90 euro per person). We really hope a lot of C(L)MA’s will join the afternoon workshop, it is such a special opportunity to work with each other! If you want to join this workshop, please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Peggy toured the USA dancing professionally for many years, and is Internationally known for her pioneering work in Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis. She studied with and assisted Irmgard Bartenieff for nearly 15 years, and has directed Certificate Programs in both the USA and Europe. Her book: “Making Connections: Total Body Integration through Bartenieff Fundamentals,” is a major textbook for Bartenieff Fundamentals used around the world. She has university degrees in both Psychology and Education, and has a Master’s Degree in Dance. Peggy is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (ISMETA) and a Registered Massage Therapist. She recently retired from teaching at the University of California in Berkeley.
” Whether one is a dancer, actor, athlete or business person, a fully functioning expressive body increases life’s possibilities.”