Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies

138 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, New York 11217

Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies

1.212.643.8888

1.212.643.8388


		

Dance, Meditation, Yoga

Dance/Exercise Studio, Health Care, Adult / Continuing Education

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Welcome to the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, LIMS® where movement experience and understanding challenges conventional thinking!

You’ve found the doorway to self-knowledge, improved performance, creative action, and continuous transformation.  LIMS® has more than 30 years experience in education, arts & culture, research, and innovative executive services. Come and study with us, partner with us, be coached by us, or just enjoy exploring the world of movement studies.  Begin your journey by reading some of the stories about how we impact society.

The Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, LIMS® is a non-profit educational organization, centered in New York City, with a global network of movement professionals.  We have been training movement observers, teachers, and coaches for over thirty years. Our international network includes over 1000 Certified Movement Analysts (CMAs) who apply the movement analysis work in a diverse and ever-changing world, making a difference in the way people perform, communicate, observe, learn, and negotiate. We are proud of the impact our graduates have on fields as diverse as health care, the performing arts, sports, education, diplomacy, leadership studies, and communications.

From research on how children learn in the classroom to observation of and commentary on political candidates, from a neurophysiology-based movement program for people with Parkinson's to movement-based interventions with women in remote villages, from conflict resolution to motion-capture projects, CMAs are making a profound difference globally.

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