Alicia Grayson

United States
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Alicia Grayson

Alicia Grayson has been passionately involved with dancing, teaching and performing Contact Improvisation for the past 30 years. She has taught CI as an adjunct faculty at George Washington University, University of Denver, Naropa University and Shenandoah University. She teaches CI, yoga and pilates classes in Boulder, CO and regularly travels nationally and internationally to teach. She is a co-organizer of Boulder Contact Improvisation Lab, Moab Jam and CI-36. She has been a member of Tumblebones Contact Improvisation Collective for 14 years. Her long time practices of authentic movement, yoga and pilates and her love of nature are important influences on her dancing and teaching.  She is a certified Hakomi therapist, certified perinatal somatic attachment therapist and certified Feminine Power transformational coach and facilitator. She delights in exploring and discovering new depths to contact improvisation and related disciplines and is particularly interested in the intersection of physics and expression and the mind/body relationship. She is dedicated to supporting her fellow humans to be the most amazing embodied beings that we are!

Significant teachers
Brad Stoller, Nancy Stark Smith, Ray Chung, Martin Keogh, Kirstie Simson, Chris Aiken, Andrew Harwood, Nita Little