Embodied Anatomy For Every Body

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BMC® Spring Series - Embryology and Developmental Movement

Taught by Nicole Bindler

Saturdays, March 21st- May 16th, 11am-1pm
Drop in or register for the whole series here: http://www.thewholeshebangphilly.com/take-classes/embodied-anatomy-with-nicole-bindler

Are you curious about the origins of your body? Do you want to learn more about the structure and function of the different body systems? Are you seeking more ease, comfort, clarity and choice in your movement?In this class series we'll increase kinesthetic awareness through the experiential study of our Anatomy and Ontogeny. We will use books, images, guided movement, hands-on partnering and discussion to deepen in our experience of our corporeal selves. In Developmental Movement we will move how we grew through the practice of Body Mind Centering®, a somatic modality that has both therapeutic and creative applications.

**This class is for all folks who enjoy playing and learning through movement. Wear clothes you feel comfortable moving in!

21st - Embryology: Endoderm/organs
28th - Embryology: Ectoderm/nervous system

4th - Guest teacher, KC Chun-Manning
11th - Embryology: Mesoderm/containers and connective tissue
18th - Developmental movement: vertebral patterns
25th - Senses and perception: touch, proprioception, vestibular

2nd - Guest teacher, Shannon Murphy
9th - Senses and perception: auditory, optic
16th - Reflexes: gravity and space

Nicole Bindler is a body-based performing artist whose work is inspired by her training in new dance, dance-theater, Contact Improvisation, Butoh, Body-Mind Centering®, Yoga and Feldenkrais. Her work has been shown throughout the U.S., Canada, Argentina, Berlin, Tokyo, Beirut, Mexico and Quito, Ecuador.

Bindler holds a B.A. in Dance and Poetry from Hampshire College, a degree in Muscular Therapy from the Muscular Therapy Institute and certificates in Embodied Anatomy Yoga, Embodied Developmental Movement and Yoga and Somatic Movement Education from the School for Body-Mind Centering. She has studied with many dance masters including: Judson luminaries Barbara Dilly and Deborah Hay; Contact Improvisation masters Karen Nelson, Chris Aiken, K.J. Holmes and Felice Wolfzahn; and Butoh masters Yoshito Ohno and Katsura Kan.

She has taught New Dance, Improvisation, Contact Improvisation and Experiential Anatomy throughout the U.S., Argentina and at Contact Festival Freiburg, Germany. She has taught Somatics, Yoga and Improvisation at the University of the Arts and Temple University, Therapeutic Bodywork at the Massage Arts Center in Philadelphia, and "Anatomy for Asana" for Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga teacher trainings throughout Philadelphia. www.nicolebindler.com
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