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Thoughts on Klein Technique tm Stretch and Placement

I am student and teacher of, and contributor to Klein Technique,1983-present.  I am a performer, choreographer, movement educator and body worker, committed to the process of change that Klein Technique and Zero Balancing help to facilitate. Although the main thrust … Continue reading

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BERLIN- ah!

September once again brings me  me back to in Berlin with a large and wonderfully diverse group of movers and shakers!    It will be a fourth time with Felix Rukert and Schwelle 7, and my sixth time teaching in … Continue reading

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Iceland!-September 2012

An amazingly beautiful country,- Iceland. I  found myself there in September teaching at the Arts Academy to a new generation of dancers and choreographers.  I also had the pleasure of working with the modern dance company, and the organization “Danse … Continue reading

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Open Classes w Barbara Mahler

Open Classes w Barbara Mahler FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT WORKSHOPS, AND DAILY CLASSES  PLEASE CHECK THE  CALENDARS, located to the right. Klein Technique is grounded  through the process of learning. One of its fundamental goals is  learning movement without copying … Continue reading

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Our Deep Center of Movement and Support

I am writing from the perspectives I am most familiar with from my 30 years of teaching about movement, coordination and dance, I would like to share a perhaps different viewpoint about the psoas group. It is the only muscle … Continue reading

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@ DIXON PLACE TUESDAY JUNE 26 -NEW WORK IN PROGRESS

I am presenting a new very much work in progress – “Obstacles”—objects, pieces, clothing, movement.  Created in part with support from International Dance Programme, Gothenburg Sweden; where time for research is given for the creation of new work, for the … Continue reading

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Here in Gothenburg!

 I am on residency with the International Dance Programme in Gothenburg.  For ten days I have/had space and time to focus and create.  I have one dancer, Janinne, whom I have been working intensely with, and 3 other phenomenal women … Continue reading

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To continue with Daisy Levy’s interview with Barbara………

B:  But, um, I came to Hunter College because they had a particular program for teaching in the inner city, in the inner city schools, ‘cause I grew up in the housing projects [poor audio quality] interested in teaching, in … Continue reading

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Notes from an interview….. collected for a dissertation by Daisy Levy

HERE ARE SOME SCATTERED THOUGHTS TAKEN FROM AN INTERVIEW-WITH DAISY LEVY SUMMER 2011…ENJOY B: And so I started dancing at 21. D: And I started dancing at 19. D: And I was pretty untalented. B: I was very untalented. {Smiling] … Continue reading

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Ah! Berlin

It was a most interesting, as always, group of interested, open, warm and generous students in a workshop shop hosted by Schwelle 7.  Six hours a day, give or take, we worked on connections – everyone open to the possibility … Continue reading

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