Teach Contact and Martial Improvisation. Have twenty plus years training and experience with Aikido, Contact Improvisation, Tai Chi, Feldenkrais movement and other body forms.
I am teaching workshops and classes in Boston, Western Massachusetts, the Northeast, and occasionally touring in the US and internationally.
I have been practicing, teaching and performing Contact Improvisation and other related work since 1983. I also have taught CI, Authentic Movement, Anatomy and Alignment, bodywork, yoga, and embodied leadership at dance centers, universities, festivals, high schools and through various programs.
He is currently performing with the Zany Angels Dance Theatre Company.
He is a also master bodyworker certified by Sensie Toshiko Phipps and Nationally Certified in 1993 and is a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.
Professional dancer, choreographer and educator for 30 years. Living in Great Barrington MA. TEacher of the Alexander Technique, actor, director and mover in an aging body
Moti Zemelman, MFA, began practicing Contact Improv 30 years ago. Over the past 22 years he has taught and performed across USA, Canada, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, Europe and Israel. In 2008-09 he taught as Dance Professor at the Instituto Naciónal de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. Moti has been both a teacher and a board member at Earthdance Retreat Center in Plainfield, MA. He was an original member of Wire Monkey Dance Co., (Holyoke, MA, USA) and is a featured dancer in Sanford Lewis’ documentary film about CI “An Intimate Dance.” As a musician Moti plays vocal-electronic music for Contact Jams and in 2007 released his debut CD, Doorwaves. He also designs and moderates the international Contact Improv resource website www.contactimprov.com.
Martin Keogh has taught and performed contact improvisation for over three decades. For his contribution to the development of the form he is a Fulbright Senior Specialist and listed in Who’s Who in the World. Martin spent time traveling to monasteries in Japan and Korea and was the director of the Empty Gate Zen Center in Berkeley before discovering the world of dance. He has co-facilitated Teacher’s Conferences on four continents and is the author of The Art of Waiting and As Much Time as it Takes, and the recently released: Hope Beneath Our Feet: Restoring Our Place in the Natural World. More info at: www.martinkeogh.com Blog: http://sandgrainsintopearls.wordpress.com/
BFA Juilliard, MFA Bennington College. Felice is a dancer, choreographer and veteran teacher of Contact Improvisation. She has been teaching in the Five College dance department for the past thirteen years and has taught in many colleges and dance centers including The School for New Dance Development in Holland. Felice’s work combines investigations into Authentic Movement and Contemporary dance technique as well. She has collaborated with other artists including Nancy Stark Smith, Patrick Crowley and Daniel Lepkoff. Felice is interested in how dance can be instructional as well as healing and incorporate the whole self into its investigations.