LiquidBody Workshop: Better Performance in Work and Life at the Moving Body Festival on Nov. 11, 2018

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Join Caryn at the Moving Body Festival in NYC on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018 from 11:30a-1:15p for a workshop focusing on ways to increase your performance in work and life.  Whether on stage or off, you can easily meet the demands of work and life—onstage or off. Warm up with sound, breath and gentle somatic movement and get in touch with your body’s fluid inner landscape. Dance with life from the coherency of your cells. Sense gravity as a constant source of support for working relationally Meet the unexpected with vagal tone to stay balanced Connect to developmental stages before your current...

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Fall and Winter Virtual and In Person LiquidBody Classes

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  Virtual and In Person LiquidBody Classes this winter will be happening at LiquidBody’s West Village home studio in New York City.  The Monday class stays constant for students in Melbourne, Australia ~ 3-4p EST (New York City time) (7-8a Tuesday morning Melbourne time).  Tuesday class will work for international movers in Europe and elsewhere as well, and can also be a nice way to warm up for the workday in the Midwest and East Coasts of the U.S. from  8-9a.   Thursday’s class also follows an international clock – this time Christchurch, New Zealand where it is always...

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Icarus at Home: Coffee in NYC 2017

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The new series Icarus at Home previewed with the videodance Coffee in NYC at the Watermark Arts evening salon at Soma Studio in Highland Park, NJ on May 13th,...

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“Circular Synchrony” in Athens 2014

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Touching Gravity 2/Tilt

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  Touching Gravity 2/Tilt is an interactive, aerial videodance superimposed on a composited image of two rivers in the towns of North Adams and Adams, Massachusetts. Part of the Networked Realities: (Re)Connecting the Adamses project, the two New England towns are (re)connected through a colorful, fluid, multilayered dance that incorporates the movement of the natural landscape from each town, seen through the “difference” blend mode of the Flash interface. Users can create and save their own versions of the dance by determining the order and timing of five different clips. Periodically,...

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