Date(s) - 09/14/2017
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
GC Room TBA
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Clinical Somatic Movement Techniques: Addressing the Needs of Musicians
with Laura M Gates, CHSE, certified Hanna Somatic Educator.
Thursday, Sept 14, 3:00-5:00 PM
Room C201 CUNY Grad Center, 5th Ave/34th st.
You want to take this class if you’re interested in:
-Improved posture, more comfort in your body and ease in your joints.
-Improved performance with the enhancement to proprioception, the sensing, feeling, controlling aspect of our neuromuscular intelligence.
-Extending your career by preventing injury, giving you self care tools to maintain your muscles at optimum resting length, with more brain to muscle connection.
-Improved oxygen intake and breath control.
Location: Room C201, CUNY Graduate Center. Class will begin at 3:00 til 5:15 with a short break in the middle. You will take home illustrated materials and self-care techniques that you will never stop using.
What to bring: yoga or exercise mat, if you choose, plus towel to fold as prop. Wear flexible clothing and socks. Questions? email Laura at Lmgates51@gmail.com or call or text 718 350 0637.
About the Instructor: Laura M Gates, CHSE, CCSE is a certified instructor and practitioner in this neuromuscular re-patterning system developed by the late pioneer, Thomas Hanna PhD. She teaches and works with clients in NYC, US, Europe, and is a teacher trainer with EssentialSomatics.com, for US and international trainings. www.fullmovementpotential.com 718 350 0637 Lmgates51@gmail.com 1 on 1 sessions available by appointment. Find me on Facebook, Laura M Gates, Hanna Somatics.
“…Laura Gates has worked with me in this technique for a number of years and there have been innumerable payoffs, including in my piano playing. I recommend this work for all performing artists.”
Norman Carey, Executive Officer, Ph.D./D.M.A. Programs in Music, CUNY Graduate Center
“If you can sense it and feel it, you can change it” Thomas Hanna PhD.