Summary Of Accomplishments

Present-2000: “FLIGHT, FIGHT, FREEZE! Moving into Peace” workshops and performances in various formats and locations including inner city schools, Xavier University Psychology of Diversity course, and Hebrew Union College’s Meyerson Hall and Scheuer Chapel, Cincinnati, Ohio.

2003: Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, lecturer in Mindfulness and Somatic Movement.

2002: Food For Thought Series at Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio, lecture, video, and demonstration: Dancing the Prayer.

2001-1996: Franciscan Wholistic Health Center and TriHealth Healing Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio faculty.

1997: Institute for Contemporary Midrash National Convention, Hebrew Union College, New York, N.Y., keynote performance “Sarah, Speak!”

1996: Barbara Brennan School of Healing, Long Island, N.Y., graduate of 4-year training program in Healing Science.

1995: Aronoff Center, Procter and Gamble Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, Grand Opening Dedication Performance.

1995: Morehead State College, Morehead, Ky., keynote performance: Developmental Movement and the Evolution of Intelligence.

1993: National Convention of the Pastoral Educators of America, Lexington, Ky., choreographed and performed opening ceremony: And God is the Roaring Blaze.

1993: Barbara Brennan School of Healing, N.Y., choreographed and performed “5 characterologies, who we are not!”

1991: Growth in Motion, Cincinnati, Ohio, co-directed with Bonia Shur the improvisational collaborative/collective: Eimun.

1991-90: “Purses, Pockets and Family Secrets” performed in various formats and locations.

1991-90: Contemporary Dance Theater, Cincinnati, Ohio, taught full-year training in Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis as pre-requisite for Certification as a Movement Analyst.

1991-89: “Sarah, Speak!” performed in various locations in the U.S. and Israel.

1991: Laban Institute of Movement Studies at The University of Washington, Seattle. Presented a retrospective of work: Thirty-five Years of Dance and Movement Choirs.

1991: Haverford College, Philadelphia, Pa. Guest Lecture Series, performed “Sarah, Speak!” and “Jewess in Renaissance”.

1990: Ohio Council for the Arts, awarded Ohio Joint Program in the Arts and Humanities grant for the development of “Purses, Pockets and Family Secrets”.

1990: Temple Israel, St. Louis, Mo., as the Mildred E. Simon Scholar-in-Residence, performed “Jewess in Renaissance”.

1989: Healing the Earth Conference with Thomas Berry, Mount St. Joseph College, Cincinnati, Ohio, led Closing Ceremony.

1988-7: “Tallit: Prayer Shawl”, gave extended workshops and performed in various locations.

1982-4: University of Cincinnati Eating Disorders Clinic of the Department of Psychology, Movement Therapist.

1975-2000: Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, Oh. Hanukah, Passover, and “Tallit: Prayer Shawl” Ceremonies in Gymnasium for 3-400 people.

Choreography and Performances

Advanced Study Certifications

Honors Received

Summary of Recent Accomplishments



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