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    Jodi P Falk, M.F.A., C.L.M.A.is an international educational consultant, choreographer, dancer, yogi, and teacher. Her work centers on the vehicle of movement and the arts to promote educational wellness, conflict resolution, proficiency, personal and spiritual power. She can be reached at: jodi@dancingsoul.org or 413-522-4386.
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    Dancing matters: authentic holistic education

    Sunday, February 21st, 2016

    “Love in the classroom prepares teachers and students to open our minds and hearts.  It is the foundation on which every learning community can be created.”  bell hooks
    As a dancer I believe my body speaks, as a choreographer I believe my body communicates, and as a teacher I believe my body, and the bodies of [...]

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    INTRODUCING: JEWmba™ and Parsha Yoga™ in your community!

    Thursday, June 14th, 2012

     
    Introducing two new classes that are filling up!  Invite Dancingsoul to come to your event to teach JEWmba™ or Parsha Yoga™ in your community…
     
    JEWmba™, or Jewish Music and Bodies in Action, is a fun-filled recreational dance/movement class which incorporates creative dance, exercise, Israeli dancing, Jewish music and themes, ethnic humor, and tikkun olam.  Sound too [...]

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    What is Embodied Prayer and Jewish Yoga?

    Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

    Interview with 614 magazine (a new Jewish women’s magazine) from September, ‘09….
    What is Jewish Yoga?
    Class Description: We start with thank you. We say Modeh/Modah Ani upon waking, which is one big “thank you” for keeping me alive and waking me up, and go on to the morning prayers, which say thank you for opening [...]

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    Cool article about Jewish embodied prayer / dancingsoul online live!

    Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

    www.brandeis.edu/hbi/614
    Michelle Cove of Hadassah/Brandeis Institute, editor of 614, an online magazine for Jewish women, and men, found my articles and asked me for this interview.
    Please visit their site. I talk about what a Jewish yoga/movement class looks like, from my perspective, and how it varies in Orthodox and in Renewal communities. Also, I [...]

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    Moving Metaphors: Lesson in Poetry and Dance

    Monday, March 30th, 2009

     
    Authors: Jenn Blackburn, English Teacher, and Jodi Falk, Dance Director, PVPACHS
    Overview & Purpose: This series of activities was designed to allow students to explore poetry through movement. Many of these lessons can be done in one class period or spread out among several class periods. It is our intention to explore how dance can inform one’s [...]

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