MOVEMENT: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE!!
*The event has already taken place on this date: Fri, 07/31/2020
How to solve puzzles using space, time, and movement How much fun can we have creating “missions” that need to be solved like a puzzle? There are NO “right” answers here – only the willingness to be wacky and try something impossible! What’s the longest path you can take between two points in your space? How many different ways can you pass a ball from one hand to the other? How many locomotion actions can you do upside down? Jump? Slither? Crawl? Spell your name with your nose. Now do it backwards! Now do it up on the ceiling.
About the Teacher - Ariel Weiss brings years of movement training to her practice with a Master’s degree from Wesleyan University in Movement and Dance. She has extensive training in modern dance, ballet, contact improvisation, T’ai Chi, Pilates, Ideokinesis, Laban Movement Analysis, and BartenieffFundamentals and is a certified Alexander Technique teacher. Ariel toured her solo choreography to Fringe Festivals in Toronto and Atlanta in addition to Philadelphia and was a member of Hidden Arena Dance Company in New York City. Most recently she has pursued her passion for both West Coast Swing and Flamenco dancing. Ariel has maintained a private practice teaching Alexander Technique in Philadelphia since 1988, has coached musicians at The Curtis Institute of Music since 1998, and trained teachers at the Philadelphia School for the Alexander Technique since 2008. She has also taught for the Santa Fe Opera, Allentown College, University of the Arts and Pig Iron Theater School, and coproduces the Freedom to Make Music Alexander Technique conference for musicians annually in NYC.
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