Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
GRANVILLE, Ohio—Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, founder of Body-Mind Centering®
as a somatics approach, will be in residence at Denison University from Sunday, Oct. 9, through Wednesday, Oct. 12. Bainbridge Cohen will offer a two-day workshop titled “An Introduction to the Embryological Foundations of Movement.” The first day will explore the anatomy of movement; the second day will explore the relationship between functional movement and expressive movement. The workshop takes place from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday and Monday, Oct. 9 and 10, in Room 204 of the Doane Dance building (231 West College Street). Lunch will be served as part of the workshop. The workshop, sponsored by the Department of Dance, is free for the Denison community and is open to the public at $250 for the two-day event. For more information, contact Susan Kosling at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit www.denison.edu
Body-Mind Centering is a somatics approach that investigates anatomy and kinesiology from a first-person stance, valuing equally the science and experience of the body. Author of “Sensing, Feeling and Action” and of many DVDs illustrating her work, Bainbridge Cohen has practiced occupational therapy and taught in university hospitals; helped to establish a school for occupational and physical therapy for the Tokyo government; practiced bodywork and movement in psychiatric settings; and presented workshops throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.