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Laban Movement Analysis Starts
October 17th - Reserve Your Spot NOW!


LMA (Laban Movement Analysis) is a course that is movement based, integrating how to observe, describe and recognize intuitive and analytic methods of movement understanding. It is taught with a creative process approach, using body knowledge as a resource and movement as the medium. Learn how movement observation concepts broadening and deepening your movement style and skills for clinical application in Dance/Movement Therapy. Master teacher Peggy Hackney will have you moving deep into your somatic world and expansively out in space.


This 3 day class takes place on Oct. 17th-19th at the Apple Orchard Studio in Sebastopol, California. The course can be applied to 20 hours of movement observation/assessment study for the ADTA Alternate Route R-DMT credential. Note: Each LMA course covers different material and the ADTA requires completing 90 hours of material. Click here for complete information on how to register.









Explore The Exciting World of DMT!
Enroll in One Of Our Special Introductory One-Day Workshops

Learn about Dance/Movement Therapy as a creative arts therapy modality, including the history of the DMT field along with the major tenets of mind/body integration, nonverbal communication and emotional expressive movement. The process of finding personal meaning in thoughtful embodied experience will be explored through movement experientials and lecture presentations, which will also provide an overview of the DMT profession.

Our special one-day workshops are intended for individuals who would like an introduction to the basic concepts of dance/movement therapy. Students, dancers, therapists, and those interested in the transformative elements of creative movement experience are welcome. No prior movement experience is necessary.

In Southern California, Kathy Cass presents the Introductory Workshop With Dance/Movement Therapy & Yoga: "Ancient Wisdom & Modern Tools" taking place on the campus of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles on
Saturday, Dec. 13th. For more information on this upcoming workshop click here.

CMER workshops also meet the qualifications for continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider #38888). Be sure to reserve your spot now!