BMC – Architectural Interaction

BMC – Architectural Interaction

The inner architecture

This Workshop is based on the Body-Mind Centering® method (BMC) and is dedicated to the origins and interactions of embryonic movement and its influence on and relationship with the body systems of an adult.

We will grasp the architecture of our body with regard to dimension, quality, relationships and interdependence with embryology. We will explore systems of fluids, organs and tissues and gain a deeper understanding about reciprocal influences between the whole and their parts. This interaction on the level of our inner architecture supports us in our creative work as well as our personal development.

 Wheere: ImpuzTanz Festival Vienna
Dates: 29.7.13- 2.8.13

Adriana Almeida Pees

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a Body-Mind Centering® teacher, practitioner, infant-developmental movement educator (IDME), an ISMETA registered movement therapist and educator and teaches in different BMC Programmes. She is a Gyrotonic® master trainer and a Gyrokinesis® pre-trainer and Cranio-sacral therapist. Since 2008 she has been director of the South American Body-Mind Centering Training Programme in Brazil. She received her PhD at the Universidade Estadual de Campinas-SP (State University of Campinas – Unicamp) at the Institute for the Arts, specialising in dance, research field: the technical-poetic foundations of the performer. She has been working as a dancer, choreographer and guest teacher in various productions by the directors Frank Castorf, Christoph Marthaler, Christoph Schlingensief, at the Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz (Berlin), at the Berlin Ensemble, Schauspiel Hannover, Tanzquartier Vienna, ImPulsTanz, the Conservatory of Vienna.


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