Conference Conversations with Nomadic College Faculty

The Nomadic College opens it's doors to the public.  

Programming category: 
June 12, 2012 - 8:30pm - June 26, 2012 - 10:00pm

The Nomadic College faculty will offer lectures to the public over the course of three Tuesday evenings in June. Suggested donation of 5$ for all visitors to our community events.  Please pre-register at least two days ahead if you stay for a meal: Please email nomadiccollege [dot] na [at] gmail [dot] com  subject: meal reservation + date
 

Food for Movers: what does the science say?
Tuesday June 12, 8:30pm by Sebastian Grubb  

Fascia - Tensegrity and Physical Education - The  Axis Syllabus Perspective
Tuesday June 19, 8:30pm by Frey Faust   

Contemporaneity and Tradition in West Africa  - The Axis Syllabus, an instrument for the non-colonialist support of contemporary dance in Bénin. 
Tuesday June 26, 8:30pm by Francesca Pedulla  

The Axis Syllabus is a trans-disciplinary research and education platform and a tool for information mining and information transmission.  In a nutshell, the objective of this system is to propose a practical method for instilling safe reflexes and logical responses to the problems of moving.  Earthdance is hosting Axis Syllabus' Nomadic College for the month of June.  
 

 

Faculty
Sebastian Grubb
Sebastian is a movement artist and personal trainer based in San Francisco. He performs, choreographs and teaches dance from the perspectives of artistry and health. He has toured nationally with AXIS Dance Company since 2009, and has performed in Scott Wells & Dancers since 2008. His choreographic work has been both commissioned and self-produced, and has been shown extensively in the SF Bay Area and also in Florida, Washington State, and Washington, DC. Sebastian is a participating member of the 2012 Choreographers in Mentorship Exchange (CHIME), a project of the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company. He is also a certified teacher of the Axis Syllabus.
In addition to dancing, Sebastian is a private fitness instructor for individuals and small groups. Most of this work is done outside in parks, on stairways and up hills. However, he also trains clients in his private studio. He is a firm believer in training the body and mind as an integrated whole in order to achieve sustainable results on all levels. He also offers nutrition coaching to his clients and writes about many health-related subjects. He is certified as a Personal Fitness Trainer and also Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant.
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