I created the correspondence course, “Decoding Laban’s Choreutics” last year for two reasons: 1) I wanted to push myself to study this seminal book deeply, and 2) now that it is back in print, I wanted to encourage other movement analysts to read it, too.
I’ve read Choreutics more than once, and it has always been my favorite of Laban’s books. I learned a lot by organizing the reading assignments, and re-reading along with fellow movement analysts. Here is what some of them had to say:
“The course provided me with a most satisfying and fulfilling re-engagement with the world of LMA.”
“I gained the chance to digest/redigest this material 30+ years hence my original training – which allowed me to bring MY experience into the mix.”
“The pace was just right. The work load was enough to be engaging but not so much as to be overwhelming.”
“The commentaries are very interesting; they add more information and insight to the writings of Laban.”
“I’m inspired to rethink how I engage my students in the Space Harmony material.”
“Decoding Laban’s Masterpiece Choreutics” starts again in October. Register now.