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“Jackie Hand was my dance instructor at Emory University during my freshman year. She also taught a Laban Movement Analysis course that I took in NYC. Jackie is a wonderfully thorough teacher. She is a stickler for form and moving safely and properly. Her passion for teaching radiates through her and it is hard not to learn from her."
—Stephanie Wilkins, Owner/Instructor KayLynn Pilates, Columbia, SC, Dance Professor, The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, Performer/Choreographer.
Learn to observe subtle SPECIFICS in the PROCESS of movement
For dance teachers, choreographers, acting and music teachers, directors
athletic coaches and others.
You know you are an EXCELLENT observer of movement in your profession, but would you like to benefit your students even more? Discover what you have been missing in your movement observation by experiencing Laban-based movement training.
Laban Movement Analysis/Bartenieff Fundamentals has something to teach us all about our own movement observations, choices and applications and how these affect our teaching:
What you learn in these movement classes, based upon sound principals of anatomy and kinesiology, is immediately applicable to your work in performance, rehearsal, practice, and in the game and classroom.
Workshops/classes are conducted where needed-In the studio, theatre, in the orchestra pit, on the court or golf course, on the field, in the pool, in the ice rink.
If your profession involves education through movement, the Laban work can enhance and prolong your movement career and the movement life of your students.