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Rachael Lieck Bryce | Pilates Methodology

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Are you looking to make global connections for a lifelong career in the Pilates industry that aligns seamlessly with your dance practice?

You know that Pilates is corrective exercise with empirically-backed results. The industry is growing and needs dedicated, educated professionals to continue the original work of Joseph H. Pilates. The Real Pilates Teaching Training (RPTT) program is looking for talented, ambitious instructors to join their worldwide team.

RPTT instructors learn the tried and true method, combined with a modern approach to fitness, biomechanics and injury-prevention to train a diverse clientele, from professional athletes to seniors and everyone in between. Successful graduates can build a rewarding career with flexible hours, not to mention free to heavily discounted Pilates sessions.

Want to learn more? Nationally-recognized lead teacher trainer Rachael Lieck Bryce will be teaching a Pilates mat class, followed by an information session on Dallas’ RPTT program at Pilates Methodology.

BIO:
Rachael Lieck Bryce is the owner and senior instructor at Pilates Methodology in Dallas, TX. She is dedicated to the classical Pilates method, and has worked with clients ranging from five to 85 of all fitness levels. Bryce teaches from a place of authenticity, with the goal of enriching people’s lives through classical Pilates. Methodology marks the third studio that she has built, opened and operated.

A former contemporary dancer, Bryce was introduced to Pilates through her college ballet teacher. She first trained with Colleen Glenn in Dallas, completing a rigorous program through The PilateSystem in 2001. She received her second certification with New York–based Power Pilates in 2006, and became a teacher trainer for Power Pilates three years later. In 2014, Bryce embarked on a new adventure with Alycea Ungaro, entering her Synthesis Mentorship program. In 2016 she became part of an international network of Pilates professionals who train and educate Pilates teachers for Real Pilates as a Lead Teacher Trainer. For more information, visit www.pilatesmethodology.com.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS






Christopher Bloodworth ~ “A Life In Dance: Resources For Those Onstage at Every Stage,”  Career Transition For Dancers, a program of The Actors Fund. Christopher D. Bloodworth is a National Director of The Actors Fund, a national organization that supports all professionals in performing arts and entertainment. As the chief workforce development and training expert he develops the policies, theoretical approach and service modalities that support 3,500 individuals who utilize these services yearly. Christopher has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the College at Old Westbury, and a masters from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. He serves on two boards, the New York City Education & Training Coalition and the International Organization for the Transition of Professional Dancers.









Griff Braun ~ “A Life In Dance: Resources For Those Onstage at Every Stage” American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) Griff Braun is the New York Area Dance Executive at the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA), the labor union that represents dancers and opera singers in major companies across the United States. Prior to joining the executive staff at AGMA, Mr. Braun had an extensive career as a professional dancer, performing with American Ballet Theatre, The Royal Swedish Ballet, The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, San Francisco Ballet, The Metropolitan Opera, and Complexions, among other companies. Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Mr. Braun attended the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, began his professional career in The Dallas Ballet under Flemming Flindt and, in 2003, was awarded the Natalie Skelton Award for Artistic Achievement by The Dance Council of North Texas.

              










                                                                                                                                        
 Suzy Matheson ~ Benefits of Dance/Movement Therapy - Texas Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association Dallas native Suzy Rossol Matheson, MA, BC-DMT, NCC, received a BFA in Dance Performance at Southern Methodist University and an MA in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling Psychology from Antioch University New England in Keene, NH. Suzy is currently a board-certified dance/movement therapist through the American Dance Therapy Association and a certified counselor through the National Board for Certified Counselors. Suzy served as the President of the Texas Chapter of the ADTA from 2006 to 2011, receiving an Exceptional Service Award from the ADTA for the inspiring, revitalizing, and dedicated role she has embodied, as well as helping to breathe new life into the chapter. Suzy has also served as the Adaptive Dance Chair for the Dance Council of North Texas from 2009 to 2011. She was active is managing grants and planning Adaptive Dance workshops. Suzy’s clinical experience as a dance/movement therapist began in 2000 where she has worked with a variety of populations and settings including geriatric, children, behavioral health, developmentally delayed, autism, rehabilitation, and substance abuse. Suzy currently works for Springstone, Inc. as a contractor for 2 behavioral health hospitals in the DFW metroplex, as well as works at the Autism Treatment Center of Dallas, and various assisted livings throughout the area.




Charles Santos ~ TITAS
For over 25 years, Charles Santos has been a pivotal catalyst for the arts including founding the Austin Festival of Dance, managing, directing, producing, and fundraising in New York for Eos Orchestra, Dancers Responding to AIDS, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. In 2001, he became the executive director of TITAS Presents. He serves on local and national boards including Dance/USA, Dallas Arts District, DRA National, and BTWHSPVA advisory boards, and works regularly with the NEA and TCA. Mr. Santos expanded TITAS Presents to become a catalyst for the creation of commissioned works and to serve as an incubator of cultural collaborations.




































Lily Cabatu Weiss ~ Dallas Arts District Lily Cabatu Weiss is the Executive Director for the Dallas Arts District and most recently served as the Artistic Director for Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing & Visual Arts, the 2nd Artistic Director since Paul Baker, founder of the school. In addition, she served as Chair of the Dance Department that now serves as a national model. She holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Dance from Texas Woman’s University, has taught on the dance faculties at Southern Methodist University and Houston’s HSPVA, and joined the faculty at BTWHSPVA in 1978. Her dance credits include John Mead and Dancers in New York and Japan, the Texas Choreographers Award from the Texas Commission on the Arts, guest choreographer for four seasons in the Dance Education Department-New York University, and Dallas Black Dance Theatre, among others. Much of her work was instrumental in Booker T. Washington HSPVA’s distinction as the Top 8 Magnet Schools by the U.S. Department of Education, the Texas Medal of Art (the first institution to receive this award), and the renovation and expansion of Booker T. Washington HSPVA in the first Public/Private Capital Campaign for Dallas ISD. Additional awards include the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts Distinguished Teacher, Distinguished Teacher by the Commission on Presidential Scholars twelve different years by 14 students, SURDNA Arts Teacher Fellowship, the Texas Dance Educator Award, Bates Dance Festival Teacher Fellowship, was featured in two articles in Dance Teacher magazine in 2007 & 2009 for her work at BTWHSPVA, Distinguished Alumna from Texas Woman’s University, received an Honor Award by the Dance Council of North Texas and an Outstanding Service Award from the National High School Dance Festival. She has trained many students who are performing in dance companies both nationally and internationally and who are now her colleagues and friends. She was instrumental in many current partnership programs such as Sammons Lunch Jam series with AT&T Performing Arts Center, the sold-out run of the allschool musical, HAIR with Dallas Theatre Center, and Soundings through the Nasher Sculpture Center, each promoting the Dallas Arts District, and recent feature articles in D Magazine and Patron Magazine. She serves on the Boards of TITAS Presents, the Booker T. Washington HSPVA Advisory Board, Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau (DCVB) Cultural Tourism Committee, Advisory Board for the Creative Arts Center, DCVB’s Committee for Moving Cities Dallas, Board Alternate for the Dallas Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, and represents the Dallas Arts District as a board member of Texans for the Arts.












Mary Whiting ~ Benefits of Dance/Movement Therapy - Texas Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association Mary Whiting M.S., BC-DMT is a Board Certified Dance Movement Therapist who specializes in the treatment of Complex post-traumatic stress, eating dysregulation, body-image, dissociative conditions, personality disorders and co-dependency in relationships. A Michigan native and former professional modern dancer with the Martha Graham Ensemble, NYC, NY, has preceding affiliations with the Holliswood Hospital, the Renfrew Center and the Center for Experiential Psychotherapy in NYC, NY. She has served on the Southern Methodist University’s dance faculty search board, and as President of the Texas Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association, Dallas, TX. Ms. Whiting supervises, educates and lectures on the use of dance/movement therapy as a form of non-verbal psychotherapy and its effectiveness in treating Cptsd and emotional dysregulation response to trauma incorporating applications of Dr. Richard Kluft M.D., and Dr. Collin Ross, Trauma Model of recovery. Ms. Whiting is in private practice in Dallas and Carrollton TX. For further information contact Mary Whiting at 214-493-1412.