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Portrait Caren Bayer

Caren Bayer
NY, USA

Circularity in Motion

In this Continuous Learning session we will explore how to add volume to our movements with an emphasis on the dynamic circularity shared by the Alexander Technique and Tai Chi. Teachers will learn to rotate around a stable axis, while maintaining the precise directions of the primary control. We will address the questions of how “hands- on” activates our own alignment, strengthens the relationship of our backs to and from the ground, and in turn, transfers this three- dimensional coordination to our students.

About Caren Bayer

Caren Bayer received her certification from Patrick MacDonald in London in 1984. Since then, she has maintained a private practice in New York City as well as around the world. Caren opened Manhattan Center for the Alexander Technique, certifying teachers from 2001-2014. As a former dancer and longtime student of the martial arts, Caren brings 36 years of movement research to her teaching.

carenbayercongress@gmail.com

See also: Caren Bayer – Presenter Detail Page

Continuous Learning
Tue 23 & Wed 24 (Session 1)
Fri 26 & Sat 27 (Session 2)

9-11h & 15-17h (Session 1)
15-17h & 9-11h (Session 2)

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CATEGORIES
Practical Teaching Skills

2

WORKSHOP STYLE

Fully Practical

Lecture

OPEN FOR
Teachers||Trainees

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