I am online as an administrator of the forum but I’m also welcoming you as the President of LIMS. Here is a short bio:
Karen Bradley is Emerita Associate Professor of Dance, University of Maryland, College Park, CMA, and a trained dance-movement therapist. I’ve taught in higher ed dance and theatre programs, conducted research on LMA and Neuroscience ( https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00188/full ), written articles on dance education, and wrote the book Rudolf Laban for Routledge’s series on 20th Century performance-practitioners. I’ve taught LMA in many places, given keynotes, appeared on TV and in the media using LMA to explain the behavioral patterns of candidates and world leaders, and spent two years exploring dance and global peacemaking and dance and community building via an endowed chair. I am now retired A9although clearly not from LIMS!) and living in rural Nova Scotia, where I work with children, seniors, and community members in movement.
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