Dancing While Aging

Dancing while Aging “every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you.”  Walt Whitman   Dance has formed my body and my life. I was born into a dancing family. My mother danced with Ruth St. Denis and Hanya Holm, a tradition that imprinted into my being from childhood. I toyed with the idea of a career in teaching and performing during the 1960’s, during the time of great sociopolitical change. For four decades, I carved out a trans-disciplinary career as a scholar of dance, science, and Somatics, rather than as a master of the practice.   Now, at
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