Faculty Profile Bill Hedberg

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    Bill Hedberg

    Bill Hedberg

    Contemporary

    Biography:

    During his career as a contemporary dancer, Bill performed nationally and internationally with a number of companies, including Elise Monte/David Brown, the Erick Hawkins Dance Company, Douglas Dunn and Dancers, and the Tunisian National Ballet.

    Bill’s career as a movement educator began with teaching Pilates in 1984 at the California Institute for the Arts. He was the senior staff instructor at the original White Cloud Studio from 1987-1999, training extensively with Gyrotonic® founder, Juliu Horvath. Bill has taught contemporary modern dance nationally and internationally, since 1989.

    In addition to a BFA from California Institute of the Arts, Bill holds degrees and/or certifications in the disciplines of Anatomy and Kinesiology, Laban Movement Analysis,Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Ericksonian Hypnosis, Myofascial Restructuring, and Deep Tissue Bodywork.

    An emphasis is placed on opening blocked musculature, coordinating joint function, strengthening muscle tissue, and tractioning joints.

    By deepening your experiential understanding of these principles, you will learn the art of applying them to the process of rehearsal and stage performance.

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