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Simply Somatic

Simply Somatics

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What happens when somatics and dance education collide?

Latest Episodes

August 1 2014 (part 2)

In this episode Sherry and Julia continue to discuss curiosity, commitment, and naming as all help us become more sophisticated movers and more aware of our being.

2 MIN2014 OCT 21
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August 1 2014 (part 2)

August 1 2014 (part 1)

In this episode Julia and Sherry continue to explore the importance of naming feelings, sensations, and movements for the sake of recognizing the aliveness of the self in ourselves and in the world.

4 MIN2014 OCT 21
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August 1 2014 (part 1)

July 25th 2014

Welcome to our relaunching! After taking nearly two years away from creating podcasts, Sheryl Saterstrom and Julia Moser-Hardy return to Mindful Moving and recorded reflection. What happens to our experience of the practice and to us in renewing dedication to it?

8 MIN2014 AUG 29
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July 25th 2014

Rituals of Home

Aleks Weaver unpacks the concept " to Be Here Now" in the sound-score for her senior capstone choreography project. She addresses the audience and invites them to participate in the performance with content that is reflective of her own personal discoveries. Aleks would like to thank Maddi Frick as the music editor and Brian Eno for the piano accompaniment.

7 MIN2012 SEP 15
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Rituals of Home

I AM BODY

If technology one day becomes part of us, what will it mean to be a physical, embodied being? Already we have many metaphors for the body as object, as machine, as technology, while the idea of body as self is critical to understanding Somatics.

3 MIN2012 AUG 2
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I AM BODY

Everybody Owns Dance

With advancements in technology ownership and sharing of material is understood differently. How has this permeated the dance world?

2 MIN2012 AUG 2
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Everybody Owns Dance

July 9th 2012

In response to a morning radio show about the possibility of installing technology into human lives in a more literal way, Sherry and Julia discuss how technology has advanced the music and dance industry and the perception of the body as object versus as self.

6 MIN2012 AUG 2
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July 9th 2012

Front-Body/Back-Body Contortions

With the torso, front is front and back is back. Through spiraling actions the front can be turned toward the back, but the front-body of the torso is rarely ever perceived as anything other than front, because the body is the point of relativity., yet when this concept reaches out to the peripheral limbs that enjoy rotation ore freely, this concept of front and back becomes a bit contorted...

59 s2012 JUL 24
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Front-Body/Back-Body Contortions

The Action Cycle

Allowing life to happen through engaged choice instead of distantly forcing it to proceed is one simple strategy toward living easefully. How is this reflected in the four basic actions of human existence; yield, push, reach, and pull?

2 MIN2012 JUL 24
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The Action Cycle

Taking in My Environment

Human beings often think of themselves as separate from the environment, but we are still only substance brushing up against and moving through and over other matter. We are part of the hetergeneous ether of Earth. Breath is one literal way we take in our environment, but how else does this happen through our nervous system?

3 MIN2012 JUL 24
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Taking in My Environment

Latest Episodes

August 1 2014 (part 2)

In this episode Sherry and Julia continue to discuss curiosity, commitment, and naming as all help us become more sophisticated movers and more aware of our being.

2 MIN2014 OCT 21
Comments
August 1 2014 (part 2)

August 1 2014 (part 1)

In this episode Julia and Sherry continue to explore the importance of naming feelings, sensations, and movements for the sake of recognizing the aliveness of the self in ourselves and in the world.

4 MIN2014 OCT 21
Comments
August 1 2014 (part 1)

July 25th 2014

Welcome to our relaunching! After taking nearly two years away from creating podcasts, Sheryl Saterstrom and Julia Moser-Hardy return to Mindful Moving and recorded reflection. What happens to our experience of the practice and to us in renewing dedication to it?

8 MIN2014 AUG 29
Comments
July 25th 2014

Rituals of Home

Aleks Weaver unpacks the concept " to Be Here Now" in the sound-score for her senior capstone choreography project. She addresses the audience and invites them to participate in the performance with content that is reflective of her own personal discoveries. Aleks would like to thank Maddi Frick as the music editor and Brian Eno for the piano accompaniment.

7 MIN2012 SEP 15
Comments
Rituals of Home

I AM BODY

If technology one day becomes part of us, what will it mean to be a physical, embodied being? Already we have many metaphors for the body as object, as machine, as technology, while the idea of body as self is critical to understanding Somatics.

3 MIN2012 AUG 2
Comments
I AM BODY

Everybody Owns Dance

With advancements in technology ownership and sharing of material is understood differently. How has this permeated the dance world?

2 MIN2012 AUG 2
Comments
Everybody Owns Dance

July 9th 2012

In response to a morning radio show about the possibility of installing technology into human lives in a more literal way, Sherry and Julia discuss how technology has advanced the music and dance industry and the perception of the body as object versus as self.

6 MIN2012 AUG 2
Comments
July 9th 2012

Front-Body/Back-Body Contortions

With the torso, front is front and back is back. Through spiraling actions the front can be turned toward the back, but the front-body of the torso is rarely ever perceived as anything other than front, because the body is the point of relativity., yet when this concept reaches out to the peripheral limbs that enjoy rotation ore freely, this concept of front and back becomes a bit contorted...

59 s2012 JUL 24
Comments
Front-Body/Back-Body Contortions

The Action Cycle

Allowing life to happen through engaged choice instead of distantly forcing it to proceed is one simple strategy toward living easefully. How is this reflected in the four basic actions of human existence; yield, push, reach, and pull?

2 MIN2012 JUL 24
Comments
The Action Cycle

Taking in My Environment

Human beings often think of themselves as separate from the environment, but we are still only substance brushing up against and moving through and over other matter. We are part of the hetergeneous ether of Earth. Breath is one literal way we take in our environment, but how else does this happen through our nervous system?

3 MIN2012 JUL 24
Comments
Taking in My Environment
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