A Body-Mind Centering® Approach
$125/day, $65/single session, on Zoom
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Part 1 – Introduction to the Skeletal System
Sunday, February 21, 10:00am-12:30pm ET
Learn about the composition of the bones, embryological development of the skeletal system, and the axial and appendicular skeleton.
Part 2 – Axial and Appendicular Skeleton
Sunday, February 21, 2:00pm-4:30pm ET
We will apply the integration of the axial and appendicular skeleton to movement practice through Body-Mind Centering® principles of movement and touch.
Mariko Tanabe is a Certified Teacher of Body-Mind Centering® and the founder and director of the licensed BMCSM training program in Montreal. She is an adjunct professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal, and is a movement consultant for dance and film projects, teaching internationally at universities, art centres and schools. She is also an infant developmental movement educator, yoga teacher, an ISMETA registered somatic therapist and educator, She maintains a private practice working with people of all ages and backgrounds. A lover of movement and the poetry of human expression, Mariko performed and presented her dance works for over 25 years in Asia, Europe, and North America. She worked for 12 years with American dance master Erick Hawkins in NYC as a principal dancer and teacher. firstname.lastname@example.org
Body-Mind Centering® (BMCSM) is an integrated and embodied approach to movement, the body and consciousness with an almost unlimited number of areas of application. It is an experiential study based on anatomical, physiological, psychophysical and developmental principles developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen. BMCSM utilizes movement, touch, voice, imagery, anatomical illustrations and discussion to explore each body system in ways that can be applied to personal and professional development. www.bodymindcentering.com www.espritenmouvement.com (BMCSM in Canada)