San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Adaptive Path invites you to fun, weird, and experimental exploration of movement within a structured framework based on the work of Rudolf Laban. Laban developed multiple methods of documenting how the body physically moves through space, he's most famous for his dance notation, which is like musical notation for dance. For more natural movement that you might make in your everyday life, Laban created what is known as his system of Efforts.
In this three hour workshop we will learn a vocabulary for how human beings move throughout physical space in their everyday lives as well as how certain patterns of movements may have an effect on our cognition and emotions. This is particularly useful for people focusing on service design and/or embodied cognition, though everyone will get something out of it.
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Adaptive Path is a leader in experience design, founded in 2001 and now a part of Capital One. We're experienced guides, strategic thinkers, design doers, and expert jugglers. Our mission is to inspire and enable others to help create as many great human experiences as possible.