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[Virtual] Releasing

Yvonne Meier

10:00am – 11:00am
September 12 – September 26, 2022
$5–$25
  • [Virtual] Single Classes are offered at a sliding scale from $25-$5//class.
  • Payment is required for Class Registration.
  • Automated closed captioning will be available for all Zoom workshops and classes.
  • Review the Online Best Practices Guides in the description before joining.

This class is offered at a sliding scale from $25-$5//class.
Payment is required for Class Registration. Review Online Class Best Practices guide.

>>REGISTRATION OPENS SOON!<<

What is Sliding Scale? Sliding Scale is an economic justice strategy in which attendees are invited to evaluate their finances and pay what they can afford. Movement Research has historically kept class costs accessible at a $14 rate. The current value for dance/movement classes in NYC is between $17-$25 per hour. Please, make a conscious assessment of your finances and contribute what you can. We highly suggest you support our programming by paying the full price of $25 if this is possible for you.


Class Description:

In a creative process, fosters by sets of imagery we reach an active stage of releasing tension and realign ourselves with the forces of nature. We will lern to keep our body parts and breath autonomous during challenging movement experiments

The material offered during this class falls within the category of "intermediate", but dancers/movers can join regardless of their "dance level".


Accessibility Note:

Automated closed captioning will be available for all Zoom workshops and classes. No ASL is available for this class at the moment.

For access requests and questions, please contact Christopher Unpezverde Núñez at [email protected], subject line "Yvonne Meier".


Upcoming Classes

[Virtual] Releasing

Yvonne Meier
Mon Sep 12 10:00am - 11:00am

[Virtual] Releasing

Yvonne Meier
Mon Sep 19 10:00am - 11:00am

[Virtual] Releasing

Yvonne Meier
Mon Sep 26 10:00am - 11:00am

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Yvonne Meier

Yvonne Meier has been exploring improvisation in performance and teaching Releasing Technique, Authentic Movement and her own improvisational technique, “Scores,” throughout the U.S. and Europe for the past 37 years. She has been on the faculty ...
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