Leslie Scates reflects on life lessons, and her personal thoughts on what “humility” looks like.
About the speaker
Leslie Scates is a movement educator, consultant, choreographer, and licensed massage therapist. Through her work with individuals, professionals, and collectives of all kinds, Leslie facilitates enhanced performance and collaborative communication through Improvisational Movement Practices. Leslie teaches Contact Improvisation, Ensemble Thinking and ReWire/Dancing States techniques, all of which she has learned from extensive studies with Lower Left Performance Collective and Master Teachers in the USA and in Europe. Leslie is an Adjunct Faculty member of the University of Houston’s Department of Theatre and Dance, teaches creative movement at the Monarch School Houston,, and is a faculty member of the Texas Dance Improvisation Festival. Leslie has created original dance works in Houston and the US since 1991 as an independent choreographer, performer and guest artist.
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When I own my awesomeness, I can tolerate my messiness. — Leslie Scates
Get out there, it's really important. — Leslie Scates