Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
Innovator and leader, her work has had a significant influence in the fields of bodywork, movement, dance, yoga, body psychotherapy, early childhood education, and many other body-mind disciplines.
Her career spans more than fifty years of practice as an occupational, body and movement therapist in clinical settings, and as teacher at university hospitals and prestigious universities and educational centers in the US, Canada, Europe and Asia.
Occupational Therapy at Ohio State University.
Neurodevelopmental Therapy with Dr. and Mrs. Bobath
Laban Movement Analysis at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies.
Kestenberg Movement Analysis with Dr. Judith Kestenberg.
Dance with Erick Hawkins.
Dance Therapy with Marian Chace.
Neuromuscular Reeducation with Andre Bernard and Barbara Clark.
Yoga with Yogi Ramira.
Action Profiling with Warren Lamb.
Katsugen Undo with Haruchi Noguchi, its founder.
Craniosacral Therapy with Drs. John Upledger and Richard McDonald.
Zero Balancing® with Dr. Fritz Smith.
Visceral Manipulation with Frank Lowen.
She’s is the author of the books Sensing Feeling and Action, The Mechanics Of Vocal Expression and Basic Nerocellular Patterns: Exploring Developmental Movement, and a comprehensive videography on Embodied Anatomy dedicated to the study of the Body Systems, Dance, Embryology, Infant Development and Attention, Basic Neurocellular Patterns and Embodiment for Musicians, all of them published by Burchfield Rose Publishers.
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