Conference Conversation with Nomadic College Faculty: Food for Movers: What does the science say?

The Nomadic College opens its doors to the public for lectures by our faculty.

Food for Movers: What does the science say?
by Sebastian Grubb 

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Please pre-register at least two days ahead if you stay for a meal: Please email nomadiccollege.na@gmail.com  subject: meal reservation + date

Aaron Brando

Aaron Brando holds a Masters Degree in Education and loves the art of crafting pedagogy in a non-codified system such as CI. Brando teaches CI in the US and internationally. He serves on the Board of Directors for Earthdance. Brando has been instrumental in creating the event CI Ground Research which encourages the ongoing research of Contact Improvisation by dancers from around the world. Brando trained with Tom Myers at the KMI Institute and is a certified Fascial Bodywork/Structural Integration practitioner.

Amii LeGendre

Amii LeGendre lives in the Hudson Valley, NY where she teaches Contact
Improvisation at Bard College in the Dance Department; Amii is an
active member of the Earthdance and Dance New England communities.
She's been performing and teaching modern dance, improvisation, and
choreography in colleges, communities and residencies nationally for
20 years. She received her MFA from UWMilwaukee in 2011. Currently