Body-Mind Centering® (BMCSM) is an embodied approach to learning, living and knowledge making. Classes include guided somatic movement, information, imagery and directed touch. BMC invites change that is an integration of our physical, psychological, intellectual and imaginative life. This study and practice can be applied to many situations and offers a place of deep investigation for artists as well as professionals engaged in diverse fields of work and research.
Alice Cummins is a dance artist, Body-Mind Centering® Practitioner and Movement Educator (ISMETA). She has a Master of Arts from Victoria University and has been researching and teaching her work nationally and internationally for over twenty years. Her process creates an environment of refined somatic awareness and generates engagement and embodied intelligence within a community of shared inquiry. Alice’s approach is accessible to people from diverse backgrounds. She welcomes the richness and contribution of this in the learning and sharing of knowledge. Alice studied Body-Mind Centering® with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the United States, 1995-98.