- On the last Horizon, coming on the next horizon
- Very Soon!
- The upcomings
- Time Marches …..
- Thoughts on Klein Technique tm Stretch and Placement
- Teaching, Studying, Being, Learning – Finding center.
- BERLIN- ah!
- Iceland!-September 2012
- from SOLO w Nany Allison, choreography Barbara Mahler
- To continue with Daisy Levy’s interview with Barbara………
- Notes from an interview….. collected for a dissertation by Daisy Levy
- Santiago, Chile
- In Valparaiso, Chile.
Author Archives: Barbara Mahler's Dances
Classes are taking place 3 times a week, and zero balancing and other hands on/one on one sessions are available in New York. September was full of activities including participation in the 25 Anniversary of Movement Research at the Judson … Continue reading
Ongoing classes beginning September 8….Tuesday Thursday Friday and Saturday…check link ongoingclasses Zero Balancing and Movement private sessions are ongoing Performances as part of the25 Anniversary of Movement Research at Judson Church AND the 25 Anniversary of their Artist in Residence … Continue reading
In the late 1970’s ” release” classes began popping up south of Houston Street to just below Chambers Street in small and not so small live/work loft spaces. There are sooo few, if any, left in Manhattan. 110 Chambers Street … Continue reading
Excerpts – “When she Stumbles” – Judson Church as part of Movement Research Presenting Series w Jamie Graham, Alissa Horowitz, Barbara Mahler I teach almost daily, for more years than I would like to say, ! I move daily. I … Continue reading
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
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
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