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Join Dr Laura (Amara) Osweiler online as she shares her daily movement practice to manage chronic illness and explorations into cataplexy: when muscles release: the mind is awake, but the body is asleep.
Join Dr Laura (Amara) Osweiler online as she shares her daily movement practice to manage chronic illness and explorations into cataplexy: when muscles release: the mind is awake, but the body is asleep. Focusing on weight, Laura expands cataplexy into something beyond herself: into sharable & relatable art.
Photo Credit: Shawny House
100 Joynton Ave, Zetland NSW 2017
"Dr Laura (Amara) Osweiler is a choreographer, performer, scholar, teacher, a producer from the USA, now in Sydney. Her solo, company (Ya Helewa! Dance Company) and collaborative works have been presented at concerts, festivals and conventions internationally and on video. In addition to dance studio classes, Laura has taught accredited courses at a number of universities. She was GM at Critical Path (2016-2019) and holds a PhD in Dance History and Theory from the University of California, Riverside, a BA in Music History and Literature and a certificate cate in Ethnomusicology from Florida State University."
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