Teri Carter – Continuum Movement Teacher
Continuum Movement Teacher
Teri Carter MA, RSME/T, CMT, CC
Los Angeles , CA
Teri Carter, MA, RSMET, CMT, CC, is deeply immersed in somatic practice. She has delved into the brilliance of Continuum since 1997 and has practiced dance, mindful movement, and healing arts for over 35 years.
Honored to be an Authorized Teacher and the current Director of Continuum Movement®, Teri co-taught with Emilie Conrad in the Somatic Performance Lab Intensive (2007-2012), served as Emilie’s substitute teacher in the Continuum Studio 2007-2014, was a member of Emilie’s Continuum Movement Theater Ensemble, and created the dance piece “Magic of Ordinary Moments” honoring Emilie that has been performed by Continuum teachers across the US.
Teri’s background provides a core foundation for exploring the mysteries of the body’s dynamic and refined movement potential from tissue to cellular realms that support health and conscious embodiment. Teri is a Body-Mind Centering® Practitioner, co-teacher of the online Continuum Virtual intensives, founder of SOMAfest, Somatic Summit, Somatic Movement Arts training program, BFA and Masters of Art in Dance founding LA’s Intention Dance Theatre and NYC’s former Mobility Junction Dance Company of mixed physical ability artists, past president of ISMETA, editorial board member of the Journal for Dance and Somatic Practices.
Teri has a somatic bodywork and coaching practice in Los Angeles and online, and teaches workshops internationally in Continuum, somatic dance and healing arts. She is a nationally certified Massage Therapist with NCBTMB, a Teaching Assistant for Cranial Sacral Therapy with the Upledger Institute, Chi Gung Instructor with Energy Arts, a Life Coach with the Life Purpose Institute, and Animal Communication and Body Balancing with the Gurney Institute. Her in-depth studies include Myofascial Release, Visceral Manipulation, Reiki, Taoist Meditation and Internal Martial Arts, Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis, Authentic Movement, and Contact Improvisation.