Celebration of Movement Brunch Series: Mobility & Stability

Celebration of Movement Brunch Series: Mobility & Stability

from 55.00

What does “movement” mean to you? In our Celebration of Movement Brunch Series it means connectivity, embodiment, integrity, and playfulness.

Madeleine Reber will lead a 2-hour workshop in Integrative Movement and Bartenieff Fundamentals. Think of it as Yoga, meets Free Form Dance, meets Improv, meets Tai Chi. Through guided somatic experience, structured forms and exercises (on the floor, standing, traveling), and improvisational exploration, we will practice essential developmental patterns that underpin efficient, fluid movement.

1 hour brunch will follow inspired by the same themes found in our movement practice! This is a three-part series; attend all sessions or just the one that speaks to you. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!

Session 3: Body-Half and Cross-Lateral Patterns

Understanding your midline and learning about movement on right and left sides of the body. Mobility relates to stability. Growing into complex three dimensional and spiraling movement. Complexity, integration, spatial support for movement.

Check out Session 1 (Aug. 11th) and Session 2 (Sept. 15th)


Madeleine Reber is a dance educator, choreographer, and Certified Laban Movement Analyst, as well as Artistic Director of SALTY LARK DANCE. Reber has been teaching dance and movement at colleges and universities, and in the professional dance community for over fifteen years. She regularly teaches workshops in Integrative Movement, modern release technique, and contact improvisation in the Chicago area and around the Midwest. She enjoys teaching students of all levels of experience – from novice to professional! Her knowledge of Laban/Bartenieff work, along with extensive experience in somatics and diverse movement practices, allow her to convey a deeply embodied and clear conceptual understanding of the body in movement. Her choreography has been produced by: Links Hall; Minnesota Fringe Festival; Midwest RAD fest; Core Project Chicago; Milwaukee Fringe; The Kitchen Columbus; Columbia College Chicago; North Carolina Dance Alliance; and The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, among others. Reber has served on the dance and theatre faculties of East Carolina University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Illinois State University. In Chicago she has also taught at Columbia College, DePaul University, and Dovetail Studios. She is currently adjunct faculty at the Embodied Education Institute Chicago.

Price includes the workshop and brunch. Please list any dietary restrictions in your reservation notes and we will do our best to accommodate you!

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