January 5, 2015 at 9:30am to January 21, 2015 at 6pm
Module II: ConcentrationIn Module II students will be immersed in Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) Theory, Bartenieff Fundamentals (BF), Movement Observation and Seminar in LMA history and application. This course consists of students who have successfully completed Module I of the Modular Certification program. Students will subsequently need to complete Module III and IV and a Final Certification Project before receiving the title Certified Movement Analyst (CMA).Module IV: Review and…See More
The Certification Program is a professional training program accredited by the National Association of School of Dance (NASD) leading to the Certificate in Laban Movement Studies which grants our graduates the title of Certified Movement Analyst (CMA). The program involves the study of Laban Movement Analysis, including Bartenieff Fundamentals, Laban theory (Body, Effort, Shape, Space), observation training, and seminar in the history of the system and its diverse application areas. We offer…See More
"Learn to facilitate hands-on re-patterning by training with the Laban Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS). Join LIMS and become a Certified Movement Analyst!! By completing the CMA Program you learn practical principles, methods, and techniques…"
Corinne Cappelletti received her MFA (2009) at the University of Utah after which she
relocated to co-direct GoGoVertigoat Dance Project in Brooklyn. As a Laban Movement Analyst (2008), she draws upon somatic education training to investigate human movement as a teacher, group facilitator, dance maker, and performer. Cappelleti teaches workshops and does private sessions/tutoring in LMA and BF for LIMS ® where she is also the Education Programs Manager.
Just got back on CPN to set up my profile. I was dancing and choreographing a bit in NYC, but now I'm mainly in South Florida and just visiting the city for big events. Do you know if there's ever anything Laban-related in the Miami area?
Hi Corrine :) Thanks for the hello -- and answering your question -- yes, you know me through Laban although I'm a dancer too. (I just started working with Kista Tucker, who is wonderful). I have been trying to take the full program for several years now :) I had originally planned to take the program in NYC in June...I have been meaning to email you that it makes more sense for me to do the program in VA/MD starting in the fall. (I live in VA, and actually study/teach at George Mason where Karen Studd works). I truly appreciate the support from you all at LIMS and can't wait to study this methodology. I am PhD student in health communication and know there is much that can be done here. Have a wonderful weekend.Suzie