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Glenna Batson, ScD, PT, MA is an independent lecturer, researcher, mentor and performer. For nearly five decades, she has honed a trans-disciplinary approach to the study of embodiment, bridging between dance, science, phenomenology, and somatic studies. Professor emeritus of physical therapy (Winston-Salem State University), internationally recognised teacher of the Alexander Technique, Fulbright Senior Specialist, Glenna currently teaches Somatics: Embodiment for the 21st Century for the M.F.A. dance program at Duke University.
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