zoe eisenberg - analyst | educator | doula
Zoe is a Certified Movement Analyst, Casting Director, and graduate student living and learning in New York/Tel Aviv. Trained at the Laban Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, she focuses on movement integration, and conveys the ‘what,’ ‘where,’ ‘why,’ and ‘how’ of any human motion. Zoe uses the system as a framework for understanding the structural, spatial, rhythmic, shape and dynamic components in human movement for observation, synthesis, and analysis. From the micro to the macro, from the individual to the universal experience.
Zoe draws inspiration from human developmental patterns, as well as spatial configurations and patterns that exist in and outside the body: a nexus between inner and outer harmony.
"i'm fascinated with how individuals move in relation to their sense of self and environment. i look at spatial patterns in the body which correlate with developmental patterns, constantly shifting from birth into adulthood and so on. when you begin to understand the patterning of a given context or environment, you can start making smarter decisions that are aligned with your truest embodied being."
"as an embodiment consultant, my goal is to open companies' hearts to the reality that movement is our underlying pattern and to bring a sense of three-dimensionality to ideas and conversations."
Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies - Brooklyn, NY
Certified Movement Analyst
University of Maryland - College Park, MD
Bachelor of Arts, Individual Studies: Expressive Movement Therapy
Expected May 2023
M.A Dance/Movement Therapy
Carriage Birth House
Certified Birth Doula
Research Assistant - Tel Aviv
Presently assists an American/Israeli grant study focusing on the correlation between personality and movement patterns
Freelance Production and Casting Assistant - Tel Aviv, New York
Dance/Movement Therapy Intern
Currently a pilot dance movement therapist at Park Terrace, a cognitive rehabilitation center for individuals with traumatic brain injury responsible for establishing a creative arts therapy program
Develops effective lines of communication rooted in somatic theory between various therapeutic departments
Introduces and leads individuals and groups in appropriate movement based exercises
Assistant Faculty Member, Laban Institute of Movement Studies
Assistant faculty member in the Laban Studies Israel modular program with students from all over the world