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Inspirees ADTA Professional Training B6 (Beijing) Successfully Completed

Inspirees Institute: ADTA Professional Training B6 (Theory and Practice of Dance/Movement Therapy–Advanced Applications of Chace Technique, Beijing Swan Class II) successfully completed, November 19-22. Instructor: Rosa Maria Govoni.




Inspirees Creative Movement Program - Seminar 4 (Wuhan) Successfully Completed

Inspirees Creative Movement Program - Seminar 4 (Wuhan) successfully completed. Instructor: Marcia Plevin.




Inspirees ADTA Professional Training B2 (Shanghai) Successfully Completed

Inspirees Institute: ADTA Professional Training B2 (Theory and Practice of Dance/Movement Therapy – Developing Awareness of One’s Own Experience, Shanghai Huangpu Class II) successfully completed, November 6-9. Instructor: Marcia Plevin.




Looking for the Future: the 21st International Forum of 50th ADTA Conference

Inspirees Institute CEO Dr. Zhou Yu, instructor Marcia Plevin and Amanda Yang presented  the International Forum of 50th ADTA Conference on October 24.

The following words are selected from Dr. Zhou Yu's statement on the International Forum:

“DMT, as a discipline itself, faces the Indigenization(Bentuhua 本土化) when implemented in China, i.e. how the Western knowledge finds the way to be accepted and integrated into local culture without losing its identity and core value. In the past 10 years, many dance/movement therapists have travelled to China and they have brought with their valuable knowledge from the West that has helped to developthe DMT profession in China. This development is a learning experience for both Chinese students and the foreign teachers. In the class led by the foreign teachers and therapists, often there is resistance to foreign inputs and the change to the new patterns. A good balance between the respects for the local culture and making changes to the old tradition and behavior is essential. The core value of DMT which is based on mutual respects and body/mind/spirits integration helps the West to meet the East eventually but this is a formative process during which new knowledge and identities and meaning are produced, the essence of Bentuhua as a cultural translation.

Among the challenges and success for DMT in China, we have observed the ongoing negotiation and reflection of Chinese people between their traditional valueand the Western value and inputs. Dance/movement therapy awakens the consciousness of Chinese people for the value of their own culture and wisdom, and more importantly it connects the East and the West in an equal way. The development of DMT in China is a process — a process deemed to happen —but has its way and rhythm, which is the essence of Taoism. For Taoism, WuWei(non-doing) is a high level of ‘art’ and wisdom we could achieve. This wisdom, rather to be said to be a Chinese invention, is the treasure devoted to all human beings, and the reflection of the spirits of DMT at both micro and macro level.”




The Circle of Learning--Conference Seminar Hosted by Inspirees Institute

 

  On October 23, 2015, 2:15-4:15 pm, Conference Seminar Hosted by Inspirees Institute. Participants: CEO of Inspirees International, Mr. Boudewijn Heeren; Instructors of Inspirees Institute:Ted Ehrhardt, Christina Devereaus, Julie Miller, Tina Erfer, Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb, Linda Aaron-Cort, Rena Kornblum, Elissa White, Jean Seibel, Nina Robinson.




Opening of ADTA's 50th Annual Conference

The ADTA's 50th Annual Conference opened on October 22, a group of  students and teachers come from Inspirees Institute took part in this event and gave presention. 

 







     
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