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[In-Person] Morning Class

Vicky Shick

10:00am – 12:00pm
May 31 – June 30, 2022
Judson Memorial Church

55 Washington Square S New York, NY 10012

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8th Street
West 4th Street

  • Pre-registration is required.

This class is offered in person.
Single Classes are $16/class.


For the HEALTH of OUR COMMUNITIES, we will continue to follow our current >>Movement Research COVID-19 Safety Protocols<< until further notice. These protocols require participants to be Fully Vaccinated and wear masks during the entire duration of events.

Class Description:

During this morning movement time together we will try to find ease, softness and strength in our bodies. As we ready ourselves with a straightforward preparation we will also work toward a robust physicality. While paying attention to our alignment and physical mechanics we also will leave space for feedback from our bodies. We want to stimulate our awareness, articulation, and focus as we collaboratively arrive at dancing together. In phrase work, we hone our skills and deepen our physicality.

Accessibility Note:

The accessible entrance located at 243 Thompson St. is closed. The elevator at Judson Memorial Church is temporarily out of order. The elevator connects Level 1 (street access) to Level 3 (Meeting Room where performances take place) and Level B or basement (where restrooms are located). Please note that these spaces are interconnected by stairs only until elevator service is restored.

For access information or requests, please contact Christopher UnpezVerde Núñez at [email protected] subject line "Vicky Shick.

Upcoming Classes

[In-Person] Morning Class

Vicky Shick
Tue Jun 28 10:00am - 12:00pm

[In-Person] Morning Class

Vicky Shick
Thu Jun 30 10:00am - 12:00pm

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Vicky Shick

Vicky Shick has been involved in the NYC dance community for four decades - performing and making dances since the late eighties; collaborating with various performers, choreographers, artists, and sound designers. For six years, she was a membe...