WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE

OUR VISION

 

We aim to re-invigorate relational strengths in humanity by offering experiences to individuals and groups that come from our power of Attention- so creating, communicating or healing is done through fully embodied Presence in a coherent field we share with the earth and each other. Through practice and continued rituals we can continually realize potentials that affect our future.

 

FOUNDATIONAL

 

Embodiment Field draws from mind/body phenomena, performance studies, philosophy, psychology, sociology, energy-field research, community studies, somatics, energy medicine, self-healing and dance. 

Leralee Whittle teaches Embodiment Field classes, offers sessions and performs. She worked in dance, somatics and the healing arts for two decades in Santa Cruz, Ca where she collaborated with Nita Little for 12 years in research on relational (shared-field) studies, as well as contact improvisation. Other immersive training includes Taoist Chi Kung, Process Oriented Psychology, Energy Medicine, Reiki, Massage Therapy, Senegalese Dance, Energy based Modern Dance, Axis Syllabus and Action Theater.

She’s taught and performed for communities in the US and Europe on tours with her Life-partner and performance collaborator Paul Sprawl. They also work and live in Big Bend, TX as artists and healers where they are accidental homesteaders learning about life off-grid.

Whittle’s perfomance and video have been presented at Dinamiche Scomposte, Italy, Twin Cities Film Festival, Twin Cities/Montreal Choreographer Exchange, PWNW, Portland, La Esquina Gallery, Kansas City, CAPSULE, KCMO, Southern Theater, Minneapolis, UCP, KCMO, and Aria, Barcelona. She is the recipient of a public art place making commission in MN (2018), a video and performance installation commission by Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City (2018), Project Space Residency, Counterpulse, SF (2017) and grants from PLRAC, MN (2017), KU Spencer Museum, Lawrence, KS (2011) and Puffin, NJ (2011) Theatre Bay Area, San Francisco, CA (2009).

 

 

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