Research and Opportunities with Laban and Bartenieff

Join us for a FREE one-hour class exploring what job possibilities are happening among Certified Movement Analysts across the globe!

What can I do with a CMA?

How might Laban and Bartenieff help me professionally?

What new pathways are possible?

What cutting-edge research is happening in the fields of LMA and BF?

Research and Opportunities with LMA and BF is a one-hour online class open to anyone interested in what Laban Movement Analysis and Bartenieff Fundamentalssm are doing worldwide.

This is a unique opportunity to discover the world of research and career development among Certified Movement Analysts taught by CMA, Dance Movement Therapist, LIMS President, and lauded author, Karen Bradley.

During this 60-minute virtual class, Karen Bradley, author of the essential biography Rudolf Laban, will present a wide array of research and career paths pursued by current CMA’s and discuss potential applications to your work and life. There will be time for Q and A.


To reserve your spot in one of our upcoming Research and Opportunities with LMA and BF classes with Karen Bradley, enter your name and email, and select which session you would like to attend, below.

Laban Movement Analysis and Bartenieff Fundamentalssm  have applications in:

  • Therapy
  • Dance
  • Theater
  • Sports
  • Coaching
  • Ethnography
  • Communications
  • Design
  • Personal Growth
  • Pedagogy
  • Spirituality
  • Politics
  • Relationships
  • Creative Process
  • Interactive Technology
  • Arts education
  • And more!

Here’s how this FREE review class works…

You will get a link to sign on for a one-hour session that will cover:

  • Personal inquiry about career, personal interests, and research
  • A brief presentation about exciting new applications and career paths stemming from LMA and BF
  • Q and A time about how LMA and BF might open up new avenues in your career and life.

About Your Teacher


Karen Bradley is President of LIMS and Emerita Associate Professor of Dance, University of Maryland. She is the author of Rudolf Laban, a volume in Routledge’s series on 20th Century performance practitioners, and has taught and lectured internationally on LBMS, dance therapy, and neuroscience. Bradley is also a dance/movement therapist, working with children and seniors. She is part of the Steering Committee for the Global Water Dances project and works with LIMS and the Association for Cultural Equity on the Reimagining Choreometrics project. Bradley lives in and works from Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia. 

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