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Prisca Winslow Bradley
Jul 30, 2008
Conference 2008 Workshop
Open To: Public
“Unnecessary effort accompanying an action tends to shorten the body” — Moshe Feldenkrais
The posture of dancers has been admired by many. If mastered with length it is the foundation for free movement and expression. If accomplished with tension, it interferes with breathing and balance and can lead to injuries. In this workshop, we will explore how to move without effort and discover how owning our full height improves flexibility, balance, and breathing, and surprisingly allows us to access our strength like never before.
Prisca Winslow Bradley (1991) is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner, has a private practice in Taos, NM and assists in Feldenkrais training programs. Twelve years ago her experience as professional dancer, teacher and choreographer inspired an annual week long Feldenkrais/Dance intensive for Dance Teachers. Prisca has taught workshops for WTXU, Ballet Jorgen, Idyllwild Arts Academy, Sarah Lawrence College, among others. Her most recent excitement is learning trapeze!
FELDENKRAIS GUILD® of North America
University of Colorado
University Memorial Center
Boulder CO 80309