Summer 2013 Alba Emoting Workshop

IMG_2962The Summer 2013 Alba Emoting workshop in Asheville, NC is scheduled!  We are exploring a new timing and location for the workshop, placing it in June this year and holding part of the workshop in the beautiful Crowne Plaza Resort and Conference Center.  We were able to secure some excellent room reservation prices in the hotel for our participants and thought you would enjoy your workshop experience even more if you could indulge in their incredible facilities including: two outdoor pools, golf course, zip line course, walking trails, extensive gym and racket club facilities, restaurants and their new spa!

IMG_2990The dates are set for June 22-29, 2013 in the beautiful destination city-in-the-sky location of Asheville, North Carolina.

Workshop Fee: $550 (if paid by Friday, May 10, 2013), $600 after May 10. Within this full week intensive workshop participants will receive 33-36 hours of instruction. Limited Enrollment of 16 participants, early registration is encouraged to ensure your place in the workshop.

IMG_2958To register for the workshop contact Laura Bond directly at breathxpress@yahoo.com.  The workshop can be paid for by check or credit card using Paypal.com

For more information on the workshop, daily schedule, location, and housing options go to http://breathxpress.wordpress.com/workshops-2/

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About teamforactors

Laura Bond, MFA, is a Professor at UNC-Asheville where she serves as Chair of the Drama Department, and is a CL5 Certified Alba Emoting Instructor. Laura is the Director of the Acting Program at UNCA, Asheville where she developed the TEAM for Actors Technique. One of few CL5 Alba Emoting teachers in the USA, Laura is recognized nationally and internationally for her workshops and her development of Alba Emoting teaching methods. Working closely with Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement instructors, she has developed new methods for teaching Alba Emoting to non-performers, as well as performers, with greater somatic clarity and sensitivity to the individual.
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