David Brown has spent a lifetime in the world of dance and movement therapy. After years as a principal dancer in the Martha graham Company, he co-founded the Monte/Brown Dance Company. David has performed and taught all over the world. He has a studio in his home in Hudson since 2003.
The principles of the studio are based on pilates/gyrotonic, yoga/tai chi. They provide a platform for authentic change in how we live, and how we use our bodies.
The method is original and intensive. It requires concentration and commitment. the result is deep internal strenght, balance, stability, and increased range of movement and endurance.
Postural analysis and organizational sessions with David are available subject to schedule. Please inquire. David@26warren.com or (917) 715 8665
Erika Laurion is a nutritionist and her primary intention is to inspire people to cook and reclaim their health. She does this both in her private home or in her clients kitchen. Erika is passionate about teaching people how to cook nutrient dense and traditional food as well as providing them with resources and tools to do so. It is her joy to help people see the connection between what they are eating and their health.
Erika received her Masters from the Institute of Human Nutrition at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. She is certified by the Board for Nutrition Specialists and licensed by the New York State Education Department. She was appointed to the Board of Camphill Hudson and to the NYS Board of Dietetics and Nutrition. firstname.lastname@example.org (646) 345 4401
Lambchop is a Devon Rex cat. She is hypoallergenic because her fur is really not fur but hair and she looks like a little lamb. Lambchop is not always at the BNB, but she comes to visit occasionally. Watch out because she will charm you. Some calls her Wumpoo and others Scrubbly.