Embodied Anatomy — Wendy Smith
In this second series of 5 classes for 2021, we’ll continue our exploration into the embodiment of fundamental relationships that support us in our ongoing play with gravity. We’ll deepen our understanding of the anatomy and introduce some important muscle slings that contribute to our Tensegrity balance.
As in the last series, we’ll play with this information through the lens of Skinner Releasing technique.
These classes are best experienced as a series but can also be taken individually.
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Wendy Smith has trained in dance with a passion for Skinner Releasing Technique, Contemporary Dance and Contact Improvisation. She was a founding member of State of Flux Dance Company through which she taught, researched and performed for 11 years. Wendy also spent significant time in the USA working with Joan Skinner where she gained her advanced qualification as a Skinner Releasing Technique teacher. Wendy continued her love of teaching and physical exploration as she designed and taught the kinesiology curriculum in the tertiary dance department of the Victorian College of the Arts and Music, Melbourne University for 22 years.