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Peggy holds a B.A. in Psychology from Duke University and an M.F.A. in Dance from Sarah Lawrence College. She is a Certified Laban / Bartenieff Movement Analyst, a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (ISMETA), and has a Certificate in Creative Systems Theory and Integral Leadership from The Institute for Creative Development in Seattle, WA.
Author of “Making Connections”.


Eugenia the first graduate in 1974
in Disciplines of arts, music and performance. Former professor of “Storia dello spettacolo”, she was until 2009 associate professor of “History of dance and mime” at
the DAMS of Bologna University.
In 2004 she created in Bologna the first degree to historical-critical dance. Scholar of theatre and dance of the twentieth century and President of DES (Dance Education Society) and directs the online magazine “Danza e Ricerca”.


Dr. Preston Dunlop is a consultant at Laban where she pioneered the development of choreological studies. A practical scholar, she received her initial training from Rudolf Laban, Lisa Ullman, Kurt Jooss and Albrecht Knust.
Her current research interests are sacred geometry in human movement, recover and re-create the works of the twenties of Laban.


Rosemary is a practical choreologist. She acquired her skills through years of experience as a professional dancer and teacher and through study for a Masters degree at the Laban Centre, London, in 1986. After lecturing at the Laban Centre for several years, where she developed her unique approach to choreology. In 2006 she returned to Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music and Dance as the Undergraduate Studies Year One Programme Co-ordinator and is Senior lecturer in Choreological Studies.


Choreographer, theater director, and cultural activist. She holds a MSc. in Cultural Leadership, from GCU/Ken Blanchard School of Business, a BA in Dance Theory, from SUNY, and a CMA from the Laban/Bartenieff Institute, LIMS®. In New York City, she serves as LIMS’ Board Chair and is the Institute’s Director of Arts & Culture. She is the founding director of the LABAN Center-Rio de Janeiro, the Artistic Director of the Actors Dancers Company (1980-present), and the coordinator of the citywide Project “Rio Creative City 2010-2020”.


Ali Curtis-Jones MA - Lecturer in Dance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She has establi-shed a reputation as a nationally reco-gnised leader for dance education and training, offering high quality master classes, lecture demonstrations and professional development for many dance and performing arts organisa-tions. In October 2013, Ali taught classes in embodying Laban’s radical dance theatre works, in Beijing, China. She is visiting lecturer at the Royal Academy of Dance, London, Bedford University and Surrey University.