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East Sussex, United Kingdom
Alexander Technique & Authentic Movement
The Alexander Technique & Authentic Movement
How can these practices enrich and add possibilities to each other?
In this workshop we shall use the practice and form of Authentic Movement to focus on themes of non-doing, movement arising, and our modes and habits of perception.
Mary Starks Whitehouse who founded the term ‘authentic movement’ describes the process in which the person moving is ‘being moved’ as opposed to creating movement.
Participants will take equal time in being both mover and witness and explore how dropping deeply into the practice of inhibition may foster our capacity to stay with not knowing what movement and experiences may emerge. We will explore what arises in us whilst witnessing another move and practice speaking from our own experience. The invitation is to relate our discoveries to our Alexander practice.
Everyone welcome, no need for previous experience.
About Korina Biggs
Korina is on the Faculty at RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art), London, teaching the Alexander Technique to trainee actors, and movement and devising on the Short Course program. She also teaches at the Institute of Contemporary Theatre, Brighton and has a private practice.
She graduated from the Nicholls’ Training School in 2001 and has been a member of STAT ever since. She has served on the STAT Research Group, The Performing Self team and is currently a member of the Alexander in Education Group and the ATLP (Alexander Technique Liberation Project)
She has roots in physical theatre and has always engaged in various forms of movement improvisation. She has an MA in Dance and Somatic Well-being which gave her initial training in Authentic Movement, did further training with Jane Bacon and went on to found a regular peer group practice.
See also: Korina Biggs – Presenter Detail Page
Friday, 26 August 2022
10:30 h - 13:00 h (10.30am-1.00pm)
Floor: 3.OG (3rd floor)
Room: H 3002
Performance/Music/Acting/Voice||Communication/Verbal Skills||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques