Corinne Cappelletti received her MFA (2009) at the University of Utah after which she
relocated to co-direct GoGoVertigoat Dance Project in Brooklyn. As a Laban Movement Analyst (2008), she draws upon somatic education training to investigate human movement as a teacher, group facilitator, dance maker, and performer. Cappelleti teaches workshops and does private sessions/tutoring in LMA and BF for LIMS ® where she is also the Education Programs Manager.
Just got back on CPN to set up my profile. I was dancing and choreographing a bit in NYC, but now I'm mainly in South Florida and just visiting the city for big events. Do you know if there's ever anything Laban-related in the Miami area?
Hi Corrine :) Thanks for the hello -- and answering your question -- yes, you know me through Laban although I'm a dancer too. (I just started working with Kista Tucker, who is wonderful). I have been trying to take the full program for several years now :) I had originally planned to take the program in NYC in June...I have been meaning to email you that it makes more sense for me to do the program in VA/MD starting in the fall. (I live in VA, and actually study/teach at George Mason where Karen Studd works). I truly appreciate the support from you all at LIMS and can't wait to study this methodology. I am PhD student in health communication and know there is much that can be done here. Have a wonderful weekend.Suzie