February 27, 2021, 10:30 AM - 12:00
Covid19 has changed our world, triggering widespread and sudden adaptation of practices to online environments. Dance professionals, in both therapeutic and educational settings, have responded to these circumstances with innovation, creativity and care.
Combining best practices from community health, higher education, and research, Rebecca Barnstaple shares how responding to the needs and parameters of a post-Covid world has shaped the evolution of her work as a dance therapist and educator. With examples from her personal experience and that of colleagues, this webinar offers insight, tips, and techniques for teaching adapted classes or offering dance therapy online, as well as in hybrid (mixed online/live) environments. From tech to teaching to touch, Rebecca will cover a range of topics and conclude with a group discussion and questions.
This event is presented by the National Centre for Dance Therapy and supported by the RBC Foundation. It is dedicated to dance professionals, dance therapists and health professionals offering movement-based interventions virtually.