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Readiness and Sustainability in Times of Rapid Change

Saturday, April 29th
 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

 

 

Moving Our Selves Intensives use the Laban Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS) to investigate how we live in the world, and how our movement choices hinder or support the changes we seek. LBMS enables us to perceive, experience, and describe our own personal movement patterns. Our patterns influence how we negotiate boundaries and balance the needs of self and other. We will research the unique phrasing with which we organize our movement - how the parts of our movement fit into the whole of who we are.  By developing mini-profiles of our own movement patterns, we will shine a light on the relationship between our inner and outer worlds. We will creatively design ways to shift our own patterns to cultivate self-sustainability in support of readiness, embodied engagement, and action.
 
Moving Our Selves Intensives integrate theoretical and experiential aspects of the Laban Bartenieff Movement System. Please bring paper and pen and wear comfortable clothing. 
Lucid Body House
230 Lexington Ave.
(Btw. 33rd and 34th St.)
New York, NY
 
Register Before April 15th: $125 
Register After April 15th: $145
 
 

 

 
Information and registration:
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National Dance Week Events April 24th - May 3rd

 "As an African People, dance is central to identity, embodying of
religion,
 the healing Power of dance... as an aesthetic performance for shows
for social commentary,
for negotiating one's identity and meaning in life..." --Kathrine
Dunham
Nationaldanceweek.org
Don't Wait!  Start Dancing now and this is where the Folks are doing
it!!!


Cassandra Wimbs, Head Delegate for NY Harlem Nat'l Dance Week, with the

Soul Line Dance (SLD) Directory. HSM is for Harlem Smooth Movers.


Mon:   Wembley Athletic Club  550 E.  239th St. 7pm-9pm
         718-652-8108        Bronx.
Mon:   Brooklyn ED       1803 Fulton St. (Rochester & Sumter) 7:30pm -
9pm   267.242.2380     Bklyn.
Tues:  HSM (Beginners) A.P Randolph Senior Citizen Center C.108 W. 146 St.
10am-12pm          Man.
Tues:  Daria's SLD class 24 South Kensico Ave. 7-9pm  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
White Plains.
Tues   Darlene's SLD  JHS 166 (Van Siclen & Linden Blvd.) 6:30 - 8:30
718.917.0321               Bklyn.
Wed:   (AAC) African American Club 216 E. 3rd St. 7pm 914.665.2204 Mt.
Vernon.
Wed:   Darlene's SLD IS 271 (Herkimer & Saratoga Ave. 6pm-8pm
718.917.0321                      Bklyn.
Wed.   Harlem SLD Party 163 W. 125th St. 2nd FL (3rd Wed.) 5:45 - 9pm
347.727.1052           Man.
Thur:   Darlene's SLD JHS 166 (Van Siclen & Linden Blvd) 6:30-8:30pm
718.917.0321.             Bklyn.
Thur:   Cynthia's Soul/Latin SLD 177 Dreiser Loop. RM 2 7pm-9pm
718-708.5550                    Bronx.
Thur:   HSM (advance) (60+) A.P. Randolph Senior Citizen C. 108 W 146 St.
10am - 12pm         Man.
Fri:      Mae Padmore Joseph P Kennedy C C 34 W 134 1:30-3-pm
212.926.4871                         Man.
Sat      Darlene's SLD IS 271 (Herkimer & Saratoga Ave.) 1Pm - 3pm
718.917.0321                  Bklyn.


    You're invited to the Opening Event, April 6thMonday, 10am at the
Riverside Church Theatre
91 Claremont Av. between 120th and 122nd Sts. Manhattan. Performance by
honorees Soul Line Latin Dancers
Look up Online Dance on You Tube


Call before you come. Schedules may change.

 The additional honorees are
Morocco-documents, instructs and promotes internationally North African
and Egyptian dances
Joe Burgos administers the NY Center for Latin Arts
The Shalimpours- A Mother and Sister team credited with documenting
and preserving Eastern dances over time
the Late Great Geoffrey Holder-Affiliated with Alvin Ailey. Noted
choreographer, actor, costumer, pioneer

All have conducted their dance careers as for preserving cultural identity.

 Services
-Dancers' Services Tour of the Dance Division of Lincoln Center. Contact
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 40 Lincoln Plaza. 212-870-1655
-Free Dancers' Health Consultations by Manu Dawson at Integral Yoga
Apothecary. 234 W.13th St. Man. Wed. 4/29/15 .4:30PM-6:30PM
-Screening of "From Mambo to Hip Hop" video (tentative TBA)
-A panel on "The Business of Dance (tentative TBA)
-Danceinjury.com-Free treatment and prevention of dance injuries. Harkness
Center. 301 E. 17th St. 212-598-6000
-Free Makeover at the Bath Shop with purchase at 125th St. at 5th Ave.
-Dance paintings and prints at H&M Art and Frame. 17 E 125th St.
-The Brownstone Boutique-Dance Party Clothing Available. 24 E. 125th St.
212-996-7980.
-Lady Love Boutique. Dance wear for sale. 44 W. 125th St. 212-678-0821.

Classes
Dance Theatre of Harlem. Family Fitness Class 2pm. 466 W.152nd St.
212-690-2800. Saturdays.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Lindy Hop Lessons. Kennedy Ctr. 34 W. 134th St. Tuesdays. 7pm
NY Ctr. for Latin Arts. Joe Burgos. 500 8th Ave.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 212-924-6160
Senior Dance Class. Kennedy Ctr. 34 W. 134th St. 10am-tap. 1pm-line dance.
Fridays
Uptown Dance Academy. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  212-987-5030. History of
Black Dance May 19th and June 7th.. Hostos Arts
  Center. 450 Grand Concourse at 149th St.


    Please feel free to contact me at
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
163-38 145th Rd. Jamaica, NY. 11434-5115
(718)723-8117. cell. (718)749-3459

 

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Dance Parade Showcase
                        Event to be held at the following time, date, and location: 
                        Sunday, March 30, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT) 
                        Flamboyán Theater at The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center
                        107 Suffolk St
                        New York, NY 10002
     
                                 
We are thrilled to take our annual SHOWCASE to a whole new level by transforming it into an all day event featuring unique sets of performances at 3pm and at 7pm.  The Dance Parade Showcase has found a new home at Flamboyán Theater at The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center located at 107 Suffolk Street on Manhattan's Lower East Side.

We hope you will join us in our most exciting program yet!
- The Dance Parade Team
Attendees will be welcomed into the theater one hour prior to the start of each show to mix and mingle with fellow guests, the performers and the Dance Parade team of volunteers.  Snacks will be available along with a cash bar to quench your thirst.  The Showcase offers you a 'taste of Dance Parade' and kicks off a month prior to International Dance Day which is a celebration of dance and culture from all over the world, similar to the magical display of costumes, color and talent which makes its way down Broadway each May in our annual parade and festival on Saturday, May 17th.   Proceeds from this event will help aid in production costs for the parade and fesitval as well as help to fund our Community Engagement Program which brings the excitement and energy of dance to under-resourced schools and community centers across the five boroughs.  To learn more about The 8th Annual New York City Dance Parade and Festival please visit www.danceparade.org

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LIMS® in association with Moving Our Selves Intensives present a Special Workshop this Spring.

LIMS® in association with Moving Our Selves Intensives presents:
Readiness and Sustainability in Times of Rapid Change

Saturday, April 29th
 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Moving Our Selves Intensives use the Laban Bartenieff Movement System (LBMS) to investigate how we live in the world, and how our movement choices hinder or support the changes we seek. LBMS enables us to perceive, experience, and describe our own personal movement patterns. Our patterns influence how we negotiate boundaries and balance the needs of self and other. We will research the unique phrasing with which we organize our movement - how the parts of our movement fit into the whole of who we are.  By developing mini-profiles of our own movement patterns, we will shine a light on the relationship between our inner and outer worlds. We will creatively design ways to shift our own patterns to cultivate self-sustainability in support of readiness, embodied engagement, and action.
 
Moving Our Selves Intensives integrate theoretical and experiential aspects of the Laban Bartenieff Movement System. Please bring paper and pen and wear comfortable clothing. 
 
Lucid Body House
230 Lexington Ave.
(Btw. 33rd and 34th St.)
New York, NY
 
Register Before April 15th: $125 
Register After April 15th: $145
 
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Information and registration:
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Joanna Brotman, CMA

Joanna Brotman, CMA (Certified Movement Analyst) is a dance and movement educator and consultant based in New York City. She is on the core faculty of the Laban Institute of Movement Studies Certification Programs in Scotland and Israel, and leads movement intensives for dancers, educators, therapists and actors internationally. Joanna teaches in the Masters of Dance Education program at Rutgers University, the Dance Education Laboratory at  the 92nd St Y, and on the dance faculty of The Dalton School. 
Katharina Conradi, CMA

Katharina Conradi, MA, CMA (Certified Movement Analyst) is a movement teacher, somatic coach and dance therapist based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She works with performance artists in Europe and abroad. Katharina teaches at CODARTS Rotterdam and at AHK Amsterdam, coaches clients in their creative development, and produces dance performances and films. She recently published the book "The Home Project" with Matina Sideri about citizens feeling at home in old Amsterdam.
 
 

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