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Still Time to Register for Body-Mind Centering Developmental Movement Courses @ Pomona Colleg
BMC Developmental Movement courses are required courses to enter our Developmental Movement Educator program with guest faculty, Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen.
By: Body-Mind Centering
Basic Neurocellular Patterns (BNP) of Movement
This course explores movement templates that first appear in the womb and continue emerging and integrating through infancy. Students will explore how BNP form the basis of all human movement and psychophysical patterns of expression while influencing learning, physical and emotional challenges. Underlying principles are applicable to all ages. (Prerequisite course for
Infant Developmental Movement Education)
Senses & Perception
In this course students will learn how we filter and modify sensory information as a means of learning, bonding and defending. Explorations of the Senses, which allow us to receive information from ourselves and from the outer world, and of Perception, the psychophysical process of interpreting sensory information, helps people better understand their learning and decision-making processes. (Prerequisite course for Infant Developmental Movement Education)
The two courses run concurrently. Students will have Thursday and Friday, May 30-31 off, and classes resume on Saturday, June 1.
More Information about Our Classes
· Our website, [www.BMC-KLC.com]
· Registration, travel and housing information:
· Classes will be held at Pomona College’s Pendleton Dance Center. Please note that Claremont McKenna College is offering nearby dorm housing for $45/night. Reservations can be made through BMC-KLC.
About Body-Mind Centering
Body-Mind Centering® is an integrated and embodied approach to movement, the body and consciousness. Developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, it is an experiential study based on the embodiment and application of anatomical, physiological, psychophysical and developmental principles, utilizing movement, touch, voice and mind. Its uniqueness lies in the specificity with which each of the body systems can be personally embodied and integrated, the fundamental groundwork of developmental repatterning, and the utilization of a body-based language to describe movement and body-mind relationships.