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Join Sherry Greenspan for this very special Introduction to Dynamic Embodiment as it relates to Moving for Life. Experience embodied practices, explore somatic movement modalities, and get an overview of the Moving for Life Certified Instructor (MFLCI) training program. Understand the underlying theories of Moving for Life, including Embodied Physiology/Body Systems, Neuro-Motor Development, Laban Movement Analysis, and Bartenieff Fundamentals, and how they apply to Moving for Life classes, aging populations and those impacted by cancer treatment.

In addition to the embodied movement workshop, learn about becoming part of the MFLCI community and how courses and requirements can be fulfilled in NYC and other off-site locations. Get to know a compassionate, creative and scientifically-savvy movement team!

Find out details about the full Moving For Life Certified Instructor Training program: http://movingforlife.org/instructor-training.htm

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About Sherry: Sherry Greenspan, RSMT, DEP, MFLI is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and Educator (ISMETA), Certified Pilates Practitioner, Yoga, Dynamic Embodiment Practitioner, Moving for Life Instructor and dance teacher as well as a dancer/ choreographer/ vocalist. “I passionately share this work, offer resources, options and support where I can.

What makes this event special...

MOVING FOR LIFE DanceExercise for Health® (MFL) enhances the lives of older adults and people of any age affected by cancer. MFL is supported by research that confirms engagement in therapeutic dance improves quality of life, enhances movement ability, speeds up recovery time from disease, and reduces the chance of occurrence and reoccurrence of cancer. It bene ts anyone wanting to get moving or dealing with swelling, joint pain, range of motion, balance, fatigue, and body image issues.

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Moving for Life

    MOVING FOR LIFE DanceExercise for Health® is dedicated to helping people challenged by cancer and aging, through free and low-cost dance exercise classes offered at hospitals, health and wellness centers, libraries and other community-based sites. Our methods are supported by research that confirms engagement in therapeutic dance improves quality of life, speeds up recovery time, enhances survivorship, and reduces the chances of recurrence.

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